CURRENT AND FORMER CLIENTS

(Scroll down for a small sampling of clients)

ACADEMIC PARTNERS

Business Improv is fortunate enough to work with tomorrow’s leaders by partnering with several of the top MBA programs in the United States and internationally. Please see below for the constantly growing number of University partners who utilize Business Improv’s expertise for their MBA students. Business Improv also partners with many top Executive Education providers to deliver open-enrollment and customized Corporate Training and Development Programs.

  • ARIZONA
    – Thunderbird School of Global Management
  • ARKANSAS
    – University of Arkansas – Sam M. Walton College of Business
  • CONNECTICUT
    – Yale School of Management
  • FLORIDA
    – University of Florida, Hough Graduate School of Business

  • INDIANA
    – Indiana University – Kelley School of Business
    – University of Notre Dame

  • LOS ANGELES
    – UCLA, Anderson School of Management MBA, FEMBA & EMBA Orientation
    – UCLA Executive Education Programs
  • MASSACHUSETTS
    – UMass Amherst, Isenberg School of Management 

  • NEW YORK
    – Columbia Business School MBA, EMBA & CSEP
    – Columbia Business School Executive Education
  • PENNSYLVANIA
    – The Wharton School
  • RALEIGH / DURHAM / RESEARCH TRIANGLE
    – Duke University, Fuqua School of Business
    – Duke University, Law School Orientation
    – Duke University Executive Education
    – Duke University Corporate Education
  • SOUTH CAROLINA
    – University of South Carolina

International Universities

  • AUSTRALIA
    – Australian Graduate School of Management Executive Education
  • TURKEY
    – KOC Business School – Istanbul, Turkey

CORPORATE CLIENTS

Clients engage Business Improvisations for corporate training programs designed solely for their organization. We’ve developed programs for organizations large and small. Below is just a sample of the corporations that have benefitted from our creativity and leadership training:

  • 2Develop

  • American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA)

  • American Camp Association

  • American Express

  • AstraZeneca

  • Bayer Health Care
  • Blizzard Entertainment

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield NC

  • Bristol-Myers Squibb

  • Capital One

  • Casey, Quirk & Associates

  • CISCO

  • The City of Los Angeles
  • Colgate-Palmolive

  • Collective[i]
  • Cushman & Wakefield

  • Council of Urban Professionals
  • Danaher Corporation
  • DaVita Clinical Research
  • Delaware National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials(NAHRO)

  • Duke Clinical Research Institute
  • DuPont
  • E&J Gallo Wineries
  • Eagle Family Foods
  • EchoPark Automotive
  • ESI Design
  • Ford Motors
  • FOSSAC , USA
  • Fritch Consulting
  • Glaxo Smith Kline
  • Google
  • Harvard University John F. Kennedy School of Government
  • Hilton Hotels Worldwide
  • Heart of Leaders Institute
  • Hewitt Associates
  • The Human Resources
  • Round Table (HARRT)
  • International House
  • John Hancock
  • Inspirato
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Kalsec
  • LeaderShape
  • Legal Marketing Association
  • Lexus
  • Liberty Global
  • Mazda
  • National Health Foundation
  • National Institutes of Health / National Cancer Institute (NIH/NCI)
  • Neutrogena
  • New York Red Bulls
  • Nuclear Energy Institute
  • PepsiCo , USA
  • Pearsons Publishing
  • Procter & Gamble, R&D University
  • Progressive
  • Quaker
  • Raytheon
  • Renovare
  • Rexam Beverage Can
  • Risk and Insurance Management Society (RIMS)
  • SAS, Cary, NC
  • Sears
  • Sila Solutions Group
  • Sonic Automotive
  • SoundCloud
  • The Spaceship Company
  • Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.
  • State Legislative Leaders Foundation
  • Steve Madden
  • UCLA Alumni Club
  • United States Naval Academy
  • USAACF Property Management Inc.
  • USAYPO (Young President’s Organization)
  • The Vanguard Group, Inc.
  • Veolia North America
  • Verizon Wireless
  • The Warranty Group
  • WebMD
  • The World Food Program

AND A FEW NOTES FROM OUR TOUGHEST CRITICS – MBA STUDENTS…

“This has been one of the best courses I have taken at Fuqua. I strongly believe all incoming students should be exposed to improv. The level of comfort that I felt working with my group during this week has been unequaled by any other experience I have had at Fuqua. … an intensive improv course, like we enjoyed this week, would be a fantastic addition to the curriculum.” -Lauren Hughes

“This has been one of the great weeks of my recent life and certainly of my educational experience. I found improvisation refined and toned a part of my brain that may not get enough of a regular workout. I appreciate Fuqua’s willingness to explore the non-traditional approach to developing the skills we honed this week.” -Julia Farnham

“I am convinced that the Business Improvisations class is amongst the most rewarding and unique experiences I have had at Fuqua. I am certain that there are many practical real-life uses for the material we learned this week.” -Christopher D. Johnson

“This has been a great class. I feel that it is invaluable for international students, as I have seen those who have been quiet as mice all year truly come out of their shells. It’s probably one of the best experiences that Iíve had at Fuqua and one that I will remember and apply for years to come.” -Vijay Sankaran

“Overall, I felt the Business Improvisations course achieved a rare goal of academia: learning by doing, while entertaining amassing some knowledge to boot. I would recommend this class to everyone!” -Michelle Xun

“(Dynamic Management: Workshop In Improvisation) has been the best confidence-building experience at Fuqua. No other experiences have forced students to participate in exercises in which they don’t know what will happen.” -Nicolette Johnson

“I thought (the exercises created specifically for Fuqua) captured the spirit of improvisation while effectively addressing business principles. This course achieved a rare goal of academic experience – it allowed students to have fun while learning valuable skills and amassing practical knowledge.” -David A. Torgerson