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March 16, 2014 11:07 pm
Join an MBA conference
The European School of Management and Technology is hosting the 2014 EFMD MBA Conference in Berlin, which invites the MBA community to exchange experiences and ideas surrounding business education and the role of programme directors. Participating schools include: IE Business School, RMIT University, Esade, Rice University, The University of Adelaide, Grenoble Graduate School of Business, Neoma Business School, St. Gallen, WHU and Sun Yat-sen University.
Check your finances
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, is speaking at the annual Mais lecture hosted by City University Cass Business School. The lecture is regarded as the City of London’s foremost event for the banking and finance community and is attended by senior practitioners and academics.
Meet female entrepreneurs
The Singapore Committee for UN Women and Essec Asia-Pacific are organising a panel discussion on female entrepreneurship in Singapore titled Leading the Way – The Lady Boss. Women entrepreneurs will speak about their inspirational experiences launching businesses in Singapore as mentioned in the book, Singapore Business Gurus – The Lady Boss.
Get a payrise
The Fuqua School of Business at Duke University in the US is running an online workshop with its career management centre for alumni looking to negotiate their salary.
Stay switched on
The Energy Institute at the University of California Berkeley Haas School of Business in the US is hosting its annual conference on energy research and policy. Topics for discussion include: California Energy Efficiency – lessons for the rest of the world, or not?
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