Duquesne Student Takes First Place in Inaugural Business Sales Challenge
A junior in Duquesne University's Palumbo-Donahue School of Business walked away with the top award in the inaugural West Virginia University Sales Challenge.
Eighteen students from Duquesne, the University of Pittsburgh and West Virginia University participated in a sales role play competition based on a business-to-business, cloud-based customer relations manager system on March 14.
Dorian Evans, a Duquesne junior from Scranton, Pa., took first place. Evans, who is president of the Pi Sigma Epsilon professional sales and marketing society, a Duquesne University Sales Team officer, Berg Cup finalist and International Collegiate Sales Competition case competitor, is majoring in supply chain management, with dual minors in sales and information systems management.
Evans was advised by Dr. Dorene Ciletti, assistant professor of marketing and sports marketing.
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