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Canadian Ambassador talks gender equality with IE Women in Business
The IE Women in Business Club hosted Canadian Ambassador to Spain, Matthew Levin and Senior Trade Commissioner and Commercial Counsellor Karen Kennedy.
The Canadian Ambassador to Spain Matthew Levin and Senior Trade Commissioner and Commercial Counsellor for the Canadian Embassy Karen Kennedy visited IE Business School for a free-ranging conversation with students about the intersection between globalization, tariff agreements and diplomacy in the current environment.
The conference, organized by the IE Women in Business Class in collaboration with the IE Global Transformation Club sought to address how shifts in the global landscape will affect the evolution of work and business, paying special attention to international issues like gender equality, climate change and immigration.
“The last few years have been a period of discomfort,” Levin said. “Of course, there have been ebbs and flows in international affairs and bilateral relationships, but I think in the last few years, the discontinuity has been more profound and more systemic than ever.”
06 Jun 2019The School
13th IE Social Responsibility Forum and Leveraging Sustainability for Business
The IE Net Impact Club held the 13th edition of its Social Responsibility Forum, bringing together professionals and students.
28 May 2019The School
International MBA Team Participates in MIINT competition, focused on Impact Investing
A group of International MBA students led by Steven Rogers decided to participate in MIINT competition, focused on Impact Investing.
27 May 2019Recognitions
Professor Margarita Mayo Receives Prize at Business Book Awards
Margarita Mayo has received the Highly Commended award for ‘An Exceptional Book by a Woman 2019’ at the Business Book Awards 2019.
23 May 2019
Second annual TechIE Conference explores the future of technology
IE University students held the TechIE conference, hosting 20 top-tier companies discussing topics like mobility, fintech, insurance and so-called ...
22 May 2019The School
Graduate Business Forum Recognizes IE Students at 2019 Leadership Awards
The 2019 Graduate Business Forum global conference (GBC2019) in Paris’ ESCP awarded IE MBA students for the success of their IE Big Data Club.
The 2019 Student and Responsible Leadership Awards held by the Graduate Business Forum (GBF) recognized IE MBA students Antoine Moyroud and Abhyudaya Choumal, among 100 student government leaders from 75 global business schools, for their contributions to the areas of responsible leadership, sustainability and global citizenship.
The Forum attributed them top honors for their success in leading the largest and most engaged IE Club (the IE Big Data Club) and the TechIE conference, which promotes weekly conferences with renowned speakers and practical workshops for students. With its over 2800 members, the Club demonstrated its commitment to make of education the driving channel for innovation and positive change.
16 May 2019The School
IE Business School, recognized among the world’s best business schools by FIND MBA
The IE Business School MBA programs have been included in its ‘Top Lists by Specialization for 2019’.
14 May 2019The School
IE Pioneers Discussion on Opportunities in Islamic Finance and Tourism
Over a dozen renowned speakers from Islamic and Spanish institutions engaged in a full-day conference centered on new scenarios in the Muslim world.
10 Apr 2019IE Community, The School
Financial Times and IE Business School launch Headspring to strengthen position in the executive development sector
Headspring is the new brand of the joint venture formerly known as FT | IE Corporate Learning Alliance.
03 Apr 2019The School
IE Students Get the Scoop on Olympic Games’ Strategic Partnerships
Senior Manager of Strategic Partnerships, Mark Anthony Conlon gave IE students a behind-the-scenes look into the challenges of marketing, promotion ...
02 Apr 2019IE Community
President of Bosch Group Spain discusses mobility, smart cities and digital innovation with IE Business School students
President of Bosch Group Spain, Mr. Javier González Pareja, intrigued students with an open discussion around the future of mobility, smart cities and the Internet of Things.
President of Bosch Group Spain & Portugal and President of the German Chamber of Commerce for Spain was invited by the IE Business School Technology & Innovation Club to share insights with students from his 25-year experience working for Bosch. Topics ranged from the practical challenges Bosch faces while driving innovation in the digital world, to the inevitable implications of technology for societies.
González Pareja offerd an overview of Bosch’s recent business developments, stressing the fact the company is owned by a foundation and devotes 92% of its dividends to medical research and scholarship programs. The Bosch president stressed the inherent importance of innovation, customer experience and connectivity with respect to the digitalization of the industrial technology and consumer goods.
15 Mar 2019Campus Life
IE-Brown Executive MBA Alumni Recognized as 21st century Virtual Workforce Thought Leaders with Key Reflection Project (KRP)
Three executive MBA students from the IE-Brown joint program publish their Key Reflection Final Project (KRP) in the prestigious Management ...
08 Mar 2019Recognitions
Oracle’s Senior Vice President Leopoldo Boado shares industry insights with IE University students
Oracle Senior Vice President for Applications Europe and Country Manager Spain Leopoldo Boado visited IE University on Monday to discuss the future ...
06 Mar 2019Campus Life