Tags "IBC"

Tag: "IBC"

A look at Spring 2019 IBC companies

IBC companies for the Spring 2019 semester give previews of what students can expect.

How to define success in IBC

How the IBC companies around campus define their success.

Student-run IBC businesses coming soon

"The IBC Program has been the crowning experience for business students for many years," said Redge Allen.

Students start and run businesses on campus

“IBC is a crash course to business," said Lauren DeSpain, a junior studying business management. "We learn how to run every functional area of a business.”

The best way to reach out to professionals

The Young Professionals group teaches students how to use LinkedIn, connect with professionals in any field and visit businesses.

“The Spot” radio program expresses student opinion

BYU-I radio station's podcast station "The Spot" express their opinion about current events and topics around campus

Changes coming to the IBC program

The IBC is undergoing changes. The IBC is a program where multiple groups of students create a business and run them on BYU-Idaho for the duration of the semester.

The best student run eateries

5026860052001 Story by Baylie Escamilla Have you ever seen students around campus behind booths calling to you to come try their food? Then you might have seen...

IBC group promises smashing good time

Super Smash Balls, an IBC group on campus offers BYU-Idaho students the opportunity to rent inflatable wearable bumper ball suits to play classic and...

Students get BBQ even in the dead of winter

The BYU-Idaho IBC group, Smothers, sells barbecue sandwiches to students even in the middle of winter. Dallin Smith, cheif executive officer of the group and...

Students reflect on IBC experiences

This semester, BYU-Idaho students put together nine different IBC companies: Snaps, Wrapitos, Roam, Teton Point, Super Smash Balls, Sweet Life, Viking Rolls, Smothers and...

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