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November 17, 2013 9:00 pm
Test your knowledge
Teams from Insead, Harvard, London Business School and Wharton are competing against each other in an annual wine tasting competition held this year at the Financial Times. The event is supported by Champagne Pol Roger. Contestants will be marked on their ability to identify grape variety, country, wine region, the subdistrict and vintage.
Attend a power lunch
The University of California at Irvine Paul Merage School of Business is hosting a complimentary lunch to give prospective students a brief overview of its FEMBA programme. The admissions team, students and alumni will be available to answer questions.
Learn about moral capitalism
City University Cass Business School is hosting an evening with Michael Woodford MBE, the first chief executive to become a whistleblower at his own corporation. While head of Olympus, the digital camera company, Mr Woodford exposed a $1.7bn fraud and was sacked for doing so. His lecture will be followed by a book signing reception.
Join a masterclass
Philippe Gaud, HEC affiliate professor and former HR director of Apple Europe, is hosting a masterclass at HEC Paris to show participants how to approach employees about applying for an MBA.
Alumni event: Australia
The University of Sydney Business School is hosting a cocktail reception with Julie McKay, executive director of the Australian National Committee for UN Women. Ms McKay works with a range of business and government leaders to address the issues of gender equality at work.
International managers are invited to discover how reward and recognition can help their organisation implement strategy and gain competitive advantage at Vlerick Business School in Brussels. Vlerick training experts will be available for consultation, including Xavier Baeten, founder of the Vlerick Reward Centre.
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