3 Ways to Learn More About BusinessCAS™ at GMAC

RJ Nichol
Jun 20, 2018

Every year in June, graduate management education administrators gather for the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) Annual Conference. The Conference’s three days of programming focuses on current issues, the latest marketplace trends, research data and best practices, and offers ample opportunities for GME professionals to network with colleagues from across the globe. This year’s Conference is also the perfect opportunity for you to learn more about BusinessCAS™. Read on for three ways to discover how this service can help you hit your admissions targets.

1. Join the team at Jillian’s on Wednesday, June 27 from 7-10 PM.

Be our guest and eat, drink and play at Jillian’s, Boston’s premier entertainment center! RSVP to our exclusive event and be entered to win a VIP experience at Fenway Park. The experience includes early entrance for an exclusive tour of the stadium (including home plate, the Green Monster, the Hall of Fame), two box seat tickets to the Los Angeles Angels vs. Boston Red Sox game on Thursday, June 28 at 7:10 PM and Red Sox swag to wear to the game!

2. Stop by the BusinessCAS table at the GMAC Expo.

In between sessions, stop by the GMAC Expo area on Thursday, June 28 from 8 AM-5 PM and Friday, June 29 from 8-11 AM. We’d love the opportunity to show you how BusinessCAS brings graduate management admissions offices an improved way to recruit, enroll and admit best-fit students while saving money and better allocating staff resources each admissions cycle.

3. Let us know when works best for you.

We know that the week of GMAC Annual Conference is busy for you, so we’re happy to work around your schedule! If you’re interested in a one-on-one meeting or a small group chat, contact Robert Ruiz to set one up.

RJ Nichol

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