IE Talent & Careers celebrates inaugural Spring Talent Forum with more than a hundred international recruiters
More than 100 companies expected to attend this year’s IE Talent Forum in person, with 16 participating virtually, offering more than 250 jobs.
This week, IE Talent & Careers will be organizing its Spring Forum, an event at which more than 120 national and international companies will participate, including Google, Uber and Banco Santander.
The forum takes place over days, focused on the following sectors:
- May 20 – Financial services, consulting, marketing & communications
- May 21 – Industry, real estate, FMCG, tourism & hospitality
- May 22 – Startups, tech, marketing & communications and fintech
- May 23 – Headhunters and recruiting agencies
21 May 2019Events
Companies with social or environmental impact represent more than 6% of Ibero-American GDP, according to IE University and Segib Experts
There are more than 170,000 companies focused on this purpose, according to the report ‘Empresas con propósito: El auge del cuarto sector en ...
08 May 2019Business
IE and the University of Ghana Sign Memorandum of Understanding
The memorandum of understanding (MOU) has been signed with the University of Ghana in Rhode Island.
06 May 2019Global & Public Affairs
IE University multimedia case, winner of the EFMD Case Writing Competition
The award-winner multimedia case "An App You Can't Refuse" has been designed by IE University faculty.
06 May 2019Business
IE Business School announces the winners of the VIII Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize
The prize is supported by CAF Development Bank of Ibero-America, Iberia, CNN in Spanish, Cinco Días and Casa de América.
08 Apr 2019Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE Business School announces the winners of the VI Asian Economic Journalism Award
The sixth edition of the prize produced more than 160 submissions from more than 60 Asian media.
IE Business School’s Asian Business Journalism Award recognizes the work of Asia’s media in strengthening economic ties between the Asia Pacific and Latin America regions. By highlighting the most influential and best writing in their respective fields, IE Business School distinguishes professionals who create specialized and quality journalism.
The award is sponsored by CAF Development Bank of Latin America, and is supported by CNN in Spanish, Iberia, Cinco Días and Casa de América.
08 Apr 2019Business, Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE Global Village 2019 brings together students from 131 countries to celebrate diversity at IE University
This year’s edition includes activities for the first time in Segovia.
08 Apr 2019On Campus
IE Humanities Week 2019: discover the value of the humanities
IE University invites its community to discover the impact that Humanities have in understanding the world we live in and becoming better persons.
08 Apr 2019Events
IE University and Brown University bring together international experts for Reinventing Higher Education, the global conference on higher education
The 10th annual RHE brings together 37 international experts at Brown University’s Rhode Island campus between April 4 and 5 to discuss the ...
26 Mar 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars
Chemical, consumer and e-commerce sectors: priority investment destinations for sovereign funds in 2018
There are currently nine sovereign funds in operation around the world, with joint assets of some $8 trillion, according to Sovereign Wealth Funds ...
21 Mar 2019Business
Twenty finalists of IE University VIII Ibero-American Economic Journalism Prize selected
Some 250 articles by more than 100 journalists from some 150 publications were submitted at the eighth edition of the prize.
14 Mar 2019Scholarships, Awards & Contests
IE University brings together international experts to analyze the impact of art on business
Campus Life, in coordination with IE Arts & Business Club, held its first IE Arts & Business Conference “Make Art Work”.
Madrid, February 21, 2018.- IE UNIVERSITY has brought together international experts to analyze the impact of art on business at a one-day conference entitled Make Art Work: Art in the Age of Disruption.
The event took place at the Palacio de Santoña in Madrid and was organized by IE Arts & Business Club and IE Campus Life of IE University. The aim was to recognize and celebrate the value of the humanities for IE University and bring together experts and companies from the art world, along with students interested in exploring different business models for the sector. Market trends, the potential of art fairs, the role of auction houses and the vision of major philanthropists and institutional collectors that contribute to the construction of a new business model were discussed.
It was held in the run up to Madrid’s ARCO International Contemporary Art Fair, at a time when the sector is enjoying a period of sustained global growth. The art market has maintained 13% annual expansion since 2000. In addition, the global art market recorded total sales of $63.7 billion dollars in 2017, an increase of 12% on 2016, according to Art Basel and UBS.
28 Feb 2019Conferences, Lectures & Seminars