|Analytics – Website
Analytics specializes in employing quantitative methods to solve on-campus issues. Working with multiple clients each quarter, ISBE Analytics conducts campus-wide surveys to gain insight about social trends, researches the student body’s satisfaction with various Northwestern services, and investigates other issues important to Northwestern students. Members come from various quantitative backgrounds and are trained to discover trends and process datasets to propose solutions, thus providing analytics experience to undergraduates seeking business or consulting careers.
|Northwestern Capital Management
Northwestern Capital Management is a $10,000 investment fund that is dedicated to educating Northwestern undergraduates about careers in finance or other related fields. The group offers a fall investments and valuation course followed by real-world research and pitches in the winter as group members manage the fund.
|Minority Business Association (MBA) (E-mail)
The Minority Business Association strives to create minority leaders who are pioneers in their respective industries, while also giving back to their communities through education, experience, and opportunity. MBA provides opportunities for product group and Exec board leadership within ISBE for its members.
|Arch Capital (E-mail)
Arch Capital is the entrepreneurship arm of ISBE that supports and manages ISBE’s entrepreneurial endeavors and provides opportunity for students to start real businesses. Arch Capital provides a comprehensive opportunity for students to immerse themselves in entrepreneurship, such as an educational program in entrepreneurship and business, hands-on experiences in existing businesses, and the resources and connections for starting real businesses. Currently, Arch Capital has launched one student business, PurpleBox.
|Corporate Relations (E-mail)
Corporate Relations’ mission is to foster communication and create partnerships between ISBE and corporations that wish to create a higher awareness on the Northwestern campus. Corporate Relations’ main duties include networking, pitching and recruiting corporate sponsors, attending to sponsors’ on-campus needs, and alerting members about corporate sponsor events and other opportunities.
|Marketing – Website
The ISBE Marketing Group oversees all promotional aspects of our organization. Its main responsibility is to increase ISBE’s brand awareness and maintain a positive brand image. The Marketing Group also creates marketing strategies and deliverables to promote ISBE events on Northwestern’s campus.
|Technology Team – Website
The ISBE Technology team strives to be the center of tech collaboration and tech hacktivism on campus. Its goal is to foster a community that is educated and technically experienced, capable of designing and engineering products and solutions in a civically responsible way. It is composed of a web development team, an app development team and an education team. The latter hosts public education sessions on a topic of interest (eg. html/css, google analytics etc.). Each group focuses on designing solutions and events that empower individuals to effect positive change with technology.
|Northwestern Business Review (NBR) – Website
Northwestern Business Review is the premier business magazine at Northwestern University. As a national business magazine dedicated to serving the undergraduate campus with engaging and relevant content NBR produces two print issues per year, and members’ responsibilities include writing, editing, graphic design, and overall management of the magazine. In keeping with current trends in Journalism, NBR will move to an online platform within the next year – an exciting change for this long-standing ISBE group!
NUMI is a microfinance organization on campus. It is comprised of a group of students interested in pursuing remote work with microfinance initiatives and taking part in hands-on community experiences.
|Wall Street Trek|
The Wall Street Trek allows students interested in Investment Banking the opportunity to meet and network with key employees at major financial institutions in New York City. All students chosen will be given the opportunity to participate in an educational program, which includes a class instructed by Training the Street, Inc., to guide their knowledge in preparation of interview season.
MoneyThink is a new volunteer organization partnering with ISBE. Initially founded at the University of Chicago, MoneyThink is a financial literacy organization that connects college mentors with inner-city high school students. Members teach basic financial skills in a weekly class. MoneyThink is an amazing way for ISBE and Northwestern as a whole to give back to the community, and to share our knowledge with the less fortunate.