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December 2021 Newsletter

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    Business experts predict disruption, shortages, flexibility and inflation in store for 2022

    Supply chain worries are on the minds of many Americans as they prepare for the holidays, and businesses are being tested in every area from retail fulfillment to staffing and more. Check out what experts from the Haworth College of Business are saying to expect as you hit the stores, fill your virtual shopping cart and look ahead to trends in the economy and hiring that will affect all businesses as we approach 2022.

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  • Elma Celebic, B.B.A.'21 is smiling, in their graduation gown and cap.

    Motivated marketer: Elma Celebic, B.B.A.’21

    For Elma Celebic, B.B.A.’21, there has been no greater reward than graduating from WMU. As a first-generation student and immigrant, she has never forgotten what it took for her family to arrive in the U.S., and how valuable a college education can be.

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