Cat Does School. Oldest Private University in the Czech Republic Gets SeaCat in the Class Room. How So?
We are very happy to be part of the classroom experience for the students at Anglo-American University, the oldest private university in the Czech Republic.
Final-year and visiting students taking Strategic Marketing and Planning course taught by professor Chris Shallow will work a class project offered by SeaCat.
The main objective of the project was to formulate a marketing strategy around SeaCat’s three key offerings: Software license, ROI and Saas.
Special mention to Mr. Karel Čup and Dean Peter Bolcha for making this happen.
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