IE University and The Spanish Exporters’ and Investors Club sign an agreement to promote Spanish Companies internationally
IE University and The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club will cooperate on training leaders and managers to face the new challenges posed in international business.
IE University and The Spanish Exporters and Investors Club have signed a collaboration agreement to promote the internationalization of Spanish companies.
Both institutions will cooperate on training leaders, managers and professionals to provide them with knowledge and skills that respond to the new scenarios and challenges posed in international business.
21 Jul 2021Executive Master in International Trade, News, Partners
Vaccine Nationalism: the need for worldwide convergence
IE School of Global and Public Affairs organized a discussion with John W. H. Denton AO, Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce.
29 Apr 2021Events, Executive Master in International Trade
Using Augmented Reality to raise awareness of the Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a shared blueprint for long-term peace and prosperity for everyone on the planet.
26 Mar 2021Alumni, IE Experience, Master in International Development, News, Technology & Innovation
IE University participates in the European project 1Planet4All to combat climate crisis
1Planet4All is a pan-European project that brings together young individuals to help achieve the 2023 objectives.
25 Mar 2021News
The Challenges of Mario Draghi. What will be the future of Italy and Europe?
A discussion on the challenges of Draghi in reforming the country and creating stronger bonds with the rest of Europe.
22 Mar 2021Transatlatic Relations Initiative
The Biden Administration: A new beginning for the relations between Latin America and the United States?
Latin America will not be one of Biden's top priorities, but the new Administration will have an impact on the region.
Does the Biden administration mean a new beginning for Latin America and the United States? Susana Malcorra, Dean of IE School of Global and Public Affairs, and Michael Shifter, president of the Inter-American Dialogue, believe that expectations are very high all over the world. However, Latin American will not be one of Washington’s top priorities this time either, but a new window of opportunity is opening for the region.
Malcorra and Shifter shared their visions and went deep into the diverse challenges that the US and Latin America face, particularly after COVID19, in an event held this week by the IE School of Global and Public Affairs’ Transatlantic Relations Initiative and the Observatory on Latin American Politics and Economics, and moderated by its Director, Germán Ríos.
08 Mar 2021Transatlatic Relations Initiative
The Lessons Learned from the EU’s Joint Vaccine Procurements Strategy
A meaningful conversation on the EU's vaccination strategy and the difficulties to negotiate on behalf of 27 countries.
04 Mar 2021Transatlatic Relations Initiative
How can we design a more inclusive world? Perspectives from architecture and international relations
As part of IE Sustainability Week, Susana Malcorra and Martha Thorne explore how to design a more inclusive world.
30 Nov 2020News