Winston-Salem State Students Study Abroad

Business students at Winston-Salem State University were given the opportunity to travel to China as part of the program’s study of international economies and how those countries compare with the United States. The students met with local business leaders and visited manufacturing plants to better understand the factors driving the country’s growth. Professor Craig Richardson explained, “The point of this is for our students to see that our own competitive advantage isn’t in the manufacturing itself, but in generating ideas and seeing how they can be put together to fulfill a need that the Chinese may not even know they have.”

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