The Fox School of Business provides innovative solutions and professional leadership to help its business partners around the world thrive. The Fox School works with clients of all shapes and sizes, representing the public and private spheres, to execute inventive consulting projects, develop customized educational programs, find creative new talent, and more. Find out how you can partner with the Fox School to ensure the success of your next big project.
Consult with Fox
Fox Management Consulting (FOX MC) provides cost-effective, research-based consulting to global clients spanning the private, public, and social sector. Whether for Fortune 500 firms, small business, national nonprofits, or government organizations, FOX MC has worked on nearly 400 projects and raised over $420 million in capital investment, startup capital, and grant funding.
The Center for Executive Education creates and delivers customized programs for organizations so executives and workforces can achieve their goals. Through workshops, trainings, guest lectures, experiential learning, certification, and numerous pedagogical strategies, the Fox School’s Executive MBA faculty cultivate unique programs that impact clients representing all industries.
The Value of Translational Research
The Translational Research Center strives to magnify the impact of the research for the business community. We help connect researchers with business executives so that together, we can tackle complex problems. From events and expert advisory groups to company- or organization-sponsored research, get the latest insights to benefit your business.
Center for Student Professional Development
Thank you for your interest in recruiting students from the Fox School of Business. The Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD) offers many opportunities to help you connect with candidates for your internship and full-time hiring needs. Contact a member of the CSPD employer partnerships team to develop your recruitment strategy for both undergraduate and graduate business students.