Half of the first semester has passed. Hope you still enjoy MIB&CEMS life most of the time. Find out what happened in the last two weeks, and what will happen soon!
Last two weeks
1. Sustainability autumn hiking
What are we actually trying to protect by being sustainable? Staying in the City or indoors most of the time lets us forget how beautiful the nature around us actually is. So on Sunday the 8th of November we went on a hike to realize how amazing the Swedish nature actually is, exploring the autumn forests and lakes.
1. From CEMS to Consultancy: Challenges and Opportunities
A stimulating discussion about the main steps and challenges that CEMS students face in their path to become consultants once graduated!Marina Mirkes: Bain& CoFederica Sordello: McKinsey & Co
Richard Probst: BCG
Luigi Porcari: Oliver Wyman
2. CEMS TO TECH
The Alumni and the Tech committee are joining their forces for an incredible week, where we will have the chance to dive into the exciting tech and entrepreneurship world with successful CEMS Alumni. It will be the occasion to gather current and former CEMS students with one objective: push the entrepreneurial mindset a bit further and awake your Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, or Bill Gates side in you.
On day 3 of our CEMS in Tech week, two former SSE alumni will join us and tell us about their story! First up, Douglas Stark, COO of Voi. He will give us some insights into his time at SSE and how Voi got started. Next up, Adam Freudenthal a former CEMSi now working at Voi. Adam will tell us about his journey with Voi and how he ended up there in the first place.
An invitation from the future YOU. Talk with alumni working in tech industries and listen to their stories and suggestions. It will be the occasion to discuss about the future of the Tech industry
1. NGO fair trade (Virtual)
2. CEMS TO TECH: SSE Business Lab
Together with the SSE Business Lab, we will host a workshop on the perfect pitch. Get to know the Business Lab and one of their current startups. Ask all the questions you have. And work on your pitching skills. We are looking forward to seeing all our creativity and pitching.
3. Dinner lecture with Material Economics
The lecture is regarding climate disruption and implications for business; By Per-Anders Enkvist, the founder & CEO of Material Economics; previous McKinsey Partner.
4. Lecture with the Swedish Ambassadorfor Human Trafficking
The tightened regulation has brought uncertainties to event planning. But all CCS committees are trying to host as many events that can be valuable for more of us. Looking forward to seeing everyone at the next event ☺All the best,
Your CEMS Club
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