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Do business in Asia
Harvard Business School dean Nitin Nohria is sharing his views on European companies expanding into Asia at the 50th anniversary of the Harvard-Iese committee. The event will take place at Iese Business School in Barcelona.
Grow your business
City University Cass Business School in London is convening a symposium on the challenge and promise of employee ownership in the 21st century and the action needed to develop employee ownership and new business models in the public and private sectors. Guest speakers include Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury.
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Discover what Asian consumers want
Bernd Schmitt, professor at Columbia Business School in the US, is presenting insights from his new book titled The Changing Face of the Asian Consumer. A practitioner’s panel will also discuss their efforts to grow their brands in the Asian marketplace.
Have a business school breakfast
The Rollins Crummer Graduate School of Business is hosting a special breakfast for guests to meet current students, faculty and admissions professionals. Attendees will learn how the Rollins MBA can help to prepare them to take control of their career.
Attend a book launch
The president of Imperial College, Sir Keith O’Nions, is speaking at a launch event for The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management with editors Mark Dodgson, director of the Technology and Innovation Management Centre at the University of Queensland Business School, David Gann and Nelson Philips, professors at Imperial College Business School. The text will be available to buy at the event at a discounted price.
Join a forum
Sue Helper, Frank Tracy Carlton Professor of Economics at Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management in the US, who is currently the US Commerce Department’s chief economist, is visiting the City Club of Cleveland for their Business Leaders Series.
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