Stanford MBA Students Learn About Mavatar

Thursday night, Mavatar presented a booth for Stanford MBA students interested in learning the new innovative ways tech companies like Facebook, GE Digital, Google and CISCO are bringing to the market. The goal of MSx Company Networking Night is to connect current MSx students with mid-senior level positions at tech companies.

Mavatar was among the many companies showing their technology to Stanford MBA students.
Stanford GSB program director, Virginia Mak, learns about Mavatar’s recent strides.

Mavatar was among the heavy hitters sharing information with Stanford MBA students who learned how the Mavatar platform is disrupting the retail affiliate sales model and bringing transparency to the ecosystem, and wanted to see how they could join Mavatar.  Farokh Mehrshahi, Director of Sales and Partnership spoke to students for a few minutes about Mavatar culture and company’s hiring objectives.

Susan started Mavatar as her research project at GSB and Virginia Mak, like others in the program, clearly remembers her efforts to take as many courses as possible to move forward with the exciting platform to enable to retailers to embrace the future of omnichannel shopping. Our CEO stays active with her alma mater and giving back to the community.

Mavatar booth for information on revolutionizing retail affiliate payment and ICO.

On Susan’s LinkedIn page, Marie Mookini, co-founder and advisor of the The Ad mission Advisory Group, who served as the Director of Stanford Sloan Master’s Program articulates the ways Susan uses her skills to grow Mavatar’s reach. Marie says, “Susan is a class act — whether as an intellectually curious student in the classroom, as a social connector so enthusiastically tightening the bonds of her classmates scattered across the globe, and as a successful entrepreneur whose dogged persistence and optimism is inspirational!”

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