The Carlson School hosts a variety of conferences throughout the year.

  • Tech Cities 100x100 INFO

    Tech Cities Conference

    Minnesota boasts a growing number of tech businesses and professionals. Tech-focused firms occupy half the spots on the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal Fast 50 list, offering an array of IT solutions, business analytics, and e-commerce services. Yet despite local resources, some companies have left the Twin Cities in search of tech talent and community.

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  • Womens Leadership Conference

    Women's Leadership Conference

    Forge your path to career and life success with inspiration from the annual Women's Leadership Conference. Join hundreds of like-minded women during this year's conference as we discover what it means to "Own Your Journey." 

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  • HR Tomorrow 2017

    HR Tomorrow Conference

    HR Tomorrow is the premier professional development event presented by the University of Minnesota's Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies. This annual, day-long conference highlights current trends, issues, challenges and opportunities in the field of human resources and labor relations, and features exceptional speakers, presentations on cutting-edge HR practices and leading faculty research, and outstanding networking opportunities.

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  • Empirical Accounting Conference

    The 2017 Conference will take place at the Carlson School of Management in Minneapolis beginning with lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Hubert H. Humphrey School Forum on Friday, April 21st and ending on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 12:00 noon.

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  • Ignite Conference

    Ignite Conference

    Ignite 2017 is a new conference that fuses two distinct marketing perspectives by bringing together some of the country’s leading business scholars with corporate leaders from premier companies. Gain practical, data-driven insights on the latest digital tools to inform your marketing strategy through a combination of theoretical knowledge and real-world lessons.

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