Archivo de la Categoría ‘Geographic’

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Brasil

Las dos “Fiestas de Confraternización” de los antiguos alumnos en Brasil fueron un éxito con una amplia participación de Alumni: 53 alumni en São Paulo y 23 en Rio de Janeiro. Aprovechando la época de solidaridad que son las fiestas, se realizó una recaudación para casas de reposo. Fueron recaudados 1980,00 Reales brasileños (Aprox. 640,00€) que serán destinados a “Casa de Repouso e Asilo do Jaçanã”. El dinero recaudado será utilizado en la compra de artícuos de primera necesidad y serán entregados el sábado 11/01/2014. Ver fotos aquí

 

The End of the Year celebration of the IE Alumni in Brazil, two “fraternization” parties were successfully celebrated with the attendance of 53 alumni in São Paulo and 23 alumni in Rio de Janeiro. The party was a fundraiser to help two elderly homes. Alumni raised 1980,00 Reales (Aprox. 640,00€) that will be aimed at the “Casa de Repouso e Asilo do Jaçanã”. The gift will be spent in buying first-need supplies and will be given to the organization on Saturday January 11th. See pictures here.

 

Colombia

El 5 de diciembre se realizó el Brindis de Fin de Año con los Antiguos Alumnos del Centro IE Bogotá. Más de 70 Antiguos Alumnos de diferentes nacionalidades (colombianos, venezolanos, peruanos, españoles, italianos, alemanes) se reunieron en la terraza del Hotel Bioxury para compartir una copa y conocer los últimos desarrollos del IE en la región.

On December 5, the IE Center in Bogotá organized a cocktail party with alumni to celebrate the end of year 2014. More than 70 alumni from different nationalities (Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, Spain, Italy, Germany) gathered to share a cup of wine and learn about the latest developments of IE in the region. 

 

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Cena de Fin de Año con 15 alumni en Estambul, para intercambiar ideas y expectativas sobre el año 2014.

 

 Holiday dinner with 15 alumni in Istanbul to exchange good vibes for the 2014!

 

 

 

 

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Lebanon

IE Lebanon Club Beirut Chapter held its Annual Christmas Dinner in Beirut at Cinco Lounge in Ashrafieh on Thursday, December 26, 2013. About 30 alumni attended the dinner, Club members mingled with the guests, facilitating introductions and networking between current and “soon-to-be” students. These new students received valuable information about IE and Madrid from the alumni and now have contacts with current students already in Madrid to help them arrive in Spain ready to work and contribute to IE and to the club from day one. The event highlights the great strides that the IE Lebanon Club has made over the last few years. The club celebrated the success of an economic panel organized by the Lebanon Club, on the 9th of Dec  “Lebanon & Spain: two countries, one vision out of the economic crisis”

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El pasado 22 de noviembre se realizó en Bogotá Next Bank Latam, un elevator pitch para proyectos relacionados con la Banca. El IE patrocinó este evento, que contó con la participación de más de 150 emprendedores, y en el que se presentaron diez proyectos de diferentes países de Latinoamérica, con una beca para el International Executive Program “Venture Capital, Investing and Fundraising in High-Growth Companies”, que se celebrará  en junio del 2014 en Madrid. El ganador fue Leonardo Vernazza, con el proyecto Paganza, una aplicación móvil para facilitar el pago de gastos mensuales.

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Next Bank Latam, an elevator pitch for banking sector startups, took place in Bogotá on November 22. IE sponsored this event with a full scholarship for the International Executive Program “Venture Capital, Investing and Fundraising in High-Growth Companies” that will be held on June 2014 in Madrid. More than 150 people attended the event and ten startups from different countries in Latin America pitch their projects. In the end the winner was Leonardo Vernazza with the startup Paganza, a mobile application to simplify monthly expenses. 

 

IE VENTURE NETWORK BOGOTA DIC. 2013

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En la última edición del año que se llevó a cabo en las instalaciones del Centro IE Bogotá, El IE Venture Network Bogotá contó con la participación de más de 70 personas que tuvieron la oportunidad de ver las presentación de los proyectos Escapar, Instapagos y Wedubox, seleccionados entre más de 30 proyectos recibidos. El jurado compuesto por el inversionista Diego Serebrisky, Johanna Harker de Wayra, Roberto Held de Juan Valdez y Tatiana León de Connect Bogotá, eligió como proyecto más invertible a Escapar. Durante el evento también se presentó a Patricia Gonzalez Paublini, Antigua Alumna del IE como nueva Directora del IE Venture Network Bogotá.

 

IE VENTURE NETWORK BOGOTA DEC. 2013

In its last edition for year 2013, the IE Venture Network Bogotá took place at the IE Center Bogota, and was atteded by more than 70 entrepreneurs and investors that had the chance to see the pitch of three projects: Escapar, Wedubox and Instapagos. These projects were selected from more than 30 registered projects. The jury, composed by Diego Serebrisky (investor), Johanna Harker from Wayra, 

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Roberto Held from Juan Valdez and Tatiana León from Connect Bogota, chose Escapar as the most attractive business to invest. 

Also, during the event, Patricia Gonzalez Paublini, alumn of IE was presented as the new IE Venture Network Bogota Director.

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Esta iniciativa, liderada por el IE Business School y Connect Bogotá Region, es un escenario en el que coinciden los mejores emprendimientos de la región, inversionistas nacionales e internacionales y diferentes actores del ecosistema de emprendimiento de la ciudad, con el fin de conocer nuevas oportunidades de negocios y ampliar la red de contactos de todos los asistentes.

Este espacio ha sido creado para que los emprendedores, por medio de un pitch de siete minutos, presenten sus proyectos a inversionistas y asistentes, acompañados todos de una cerveza y bajo una dinámica de networking con el fin de conectar el ecosistema.
 En Bogotá, su tercera edición se llevó a cabo el pasado 6 de noviembre en la sede administrativa de Bavaria, cuyo auditorio central fue el escenario donde se dieron cita los cerca de 100 asistentes para escuchar a las 3 Startups que se presentaron: LightGo, Laspartes.com y Ecociclus.

El jurado estuvo compuesto por Carlos Castañeda, de Wayra Colombia; Carlos Forero y Cristian Vallejo, de Axon Partners Group; Esteban Mancuso, Antiguo Alumno de IE y Director de Velum Ventures; Robert Held, de Juan Valdez; y Juan Pablo Rodríguez, de Fundación Bavaria y Red de Ángeles Inversionistas.

Después de oír a los emprendedores el jurado debatió para seleccionar el proyecto más “invertible” que en esta ocasión fue Laspartes.com, emprendimiento que a través de una página Web y una aplicación móvil, asesora de manera gratuita a los dueños de vehículos en la solución a los problemas de su coche.

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IE Venture Network Bogotá Nov. 2013

This iniciative, leaded by IE Business School and Connect Bogotá, is a space where the members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the region converge to meet new business opportunities and strengthen their networks.

3 entrepreneurs, chosen among various candidates pitch their projects in seven minutes to investors and general attendants. In the end, they share a beer and connect with other participants. On the 6ht of november, the third edition of the IE Venture Network Bogotá took place, at the headquarters of Bavaria. Approximately 100 people atended the pitch presentations of LightGo, Laspartes.com y Ecociclus.

The jury was composed by Carlos Castañeda, of Wayra Colombia; Carlos Forero and Cristian Vallejo, of Axon Partners Group; Esteban Mancuso, IE alumn and Director of Velum Ventures; Roberto Held, of Juan Valdez; and Juan Pablo Rodríguez, of Fundación Bavaria y Red de Ángeles Inversionistas.

After debating, the jury chose Las Partes.com, a mobile app that offers car repair services as the most attractive investment.

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Xmas market season in Germany

Escrito el 20 diciembre 2013 por Alumni en Geographic

This month our IE gatherings in the different Alumni chapters in Germany were all taking place at our lovely Christmas markets: In Munich we met at “Sendlinger Tor”, in Hamburg at “Fleetinsel” and in Berlin at “Lucia market in Kultbrauerei”. Each of the markets has its unique atmosphere, but one thing is common: Gluehwein and delicious traditional sausages, pickle rolls and gingerbreads. We gathered in each of different cities with quite a few alumni to have a little tour at the Christmas market & chat, drink a warm “Gluehwein” and have a snack together. We felt so grateful to have had the opportunity to meet each other again, to salute the upcoming Christmas, and most importantly to share our current stories and experiences.
Let’s expect there’ll be more and more alumni to join our next get-togethers in Munich Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Cologne!

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We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
IE Germany, Austria and Switzerland Office

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DIRECCIÓN Y SENSIBILIDAD

Escrito el 20 diciembre 2013 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities, Geographic

El pasado 18 de octubre los miembros del Club de San Sebastián IE disfrutaron de una conferencia de Nerea Urola, miembro de la IE Club y asesoramiento profesional. Durante la reunión, Nerea explicó los pilares de su último libro gestión y sensibilidad’. Explicó sobre su opinión del verdadero significado de managering, el mito del liderazgo y las habilidades necesarias para ser un buen director. ¿Qué dificultades una cabeza en 2013 para la gestión de personas? La gestión es como combinación de “Técnica” y “emoción. Hay no hay buenos equipos sin buena cabeza. El mito del liderazgo el parte emocional buen jefe es ante todo que un buen gestor es un especialista en habilidades y actitud de las personas.

The past October 18 the members of the Club of San Sebastian IE enjoyed a conference of  Nerea Urola, member of the  IE Club  and professional consulting.
During the  meeting, Nerea explained the pillars of his last book Management and sensitivity’. She explaned about her opinión of  the true meaning of managering, the myth of leadership and skills necessary to be a good director. What difficulties does a head in 2013 for managing people? Managing is as combination of “Technique” and “emoción. There are no good teams without good heads. The myth of leadership the emotional part good boss is first and foremost a good manager is a specialist in persons attitude and skills.

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The IE Alumni Club in Lebanon in collaboration with the Spanish Embassy in Beirut and  the Department of Economics at the American University of Beirut hosted the panel discussion LEBANON & SPAIN: Two Countries, One Vision Out of the Economic Crisis on December 9.

The panel discussion, that focused on Spain and Lebanon’s relations, started by opening keynote by Miss Sabine Yazbeck the Director of Business Development for the MENA Region at IE Business School and Mr Wael Kechli the president of IE Lebanon Club, followed by a visionary talk by Ambassador Milagros Hernando Ambassador of Spain in Lebanon.

Lebanon and Spain are two nations distinctly revered for their unique culture and beauty. Yet, they are in the midst of an economic crisis. Spain is suffering the implication of the European crisis and the global economic downturn while Lebanon is entering its 10th month without a government and is constantly affected by the spillovers of the civil unrest in neighboring Syria.

Four guest panelists discussed the relationship between Lebanon and Spain in order to see where the challenges lie, and bilateral trade and investment opportunities can be boosted between the two.

The event featured the following speakers:

  • H.E. Raya El Hassan: Former Finance Minister in Lebanon, Program specialist for the Economic Governance and Pro-Poor portolio,2005, United Nations Development Program (Lebanon Country Office). We are very proud of counting with her opinions in the panel also because she was the first woman to be elected Minister in the country.
  • Dr. Gonzalo Garland: Spanish Expert in the fields of Economic Environment and Business in Emerging markets. Professor and Vice-president for Development at IE.
  • Mr. Mohamed Choukair: President of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Lebanon (FCCIAL) and President of ASCAME (Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry).
  • Ms. Leila Sawaya El Khoury: UNDP Project Manager, President of the Council at Investment Development Authority of Lebanon (IDAL).

The panel was moderated by Youmna Naufal, Head of the English News Desk at Future News Television.

We would like to thank the representatives of the IE Alumni Club in Lebanon for their effort in organizing this event.

You can watch some parts of the panel below:

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Check the pictures of the event here:

 

Also, Future News Television invited Professor Gonzalo Garland, to participate in an interview live on the following day. You can watch the interview here, starting at 4:40

 

 

 

 

 

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El 29 de octubre, el Centro IE Bogotá y organizó en San José de Costa Rica,  la charla “Nuevas Tendencias en Marketing Digital”, dictada por Sergio Restrepo, Antiguo Alumno del International MBA del IE. La charla se centró en las nuevas teorías aplicadas al marketing digital para atraer y comprometer a los clientes con herramientas como el Gamification. Al evento que se realizó en el Hotel Marriott, asistieron 15 Antiguos Alumnos e interesados en los programas Master del IE. Luego del evento, los asistentes pudieron compartir un cocktail de networking.

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On the 29th of october, the IE Center in Bogotá organized in San José, Costa Rica, the conference “New Trends in Digital Marketing”, by Sergio Restrepo, Alumn of the International MBA at IE. The conference focused on the New theories applied to digital marketing strategies to attract and engage new clients, as Gamification. The event that took place at the Marriott Hotel, was attended by 15 alumns and potential candidates for the Master programs at IE.

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Cena de IE Alumni en República Dominicana

Escrito el 5 noviembre 2013 por Alumni en Geographic

El 28 de octubre, con motivo de su visita a República Dominicana, Marcela Martínez, Directora Adjunta de Admisiones del Centro IE Bogotá, y Patricia Salgar, Directora del Centro IE Bogotá, se reunieron con el Alumni Club de República Dominicana, presidido por Mariel León. El punto de encuentro fue el restaurante Sonoma en Santo Domingo. Durante la cena, los asistentes tuvieron la oportunidad de conocer las últimas noticias del IE en la región y hablar sobre las futuras actividades del Club en el país.

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On the 28th of October, during their visit to the Dominican Republic, Marcela Martínez, Associate Admissions Director of the IE Center Bogotá and, Patricia Salgar, Director of the IE Center Bogotá , met the IE Alumni Club in Dominican Republic, presided by Mariel León, at the Sonoma Restaurant in Santo Domingo. During dinner, the attendants learned about the latest news of IE in the region and planned about future activities of the club in the country.

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El pasado 16 de octubre, el Centro IE en Bogotá realizo en el hotel JW Marriott, la charla “Justicia Ambiental” dictada por Javier de Cendra, Director del IE Law School. Al evento, fueron invitados candidatos potenciales a programas Master del IE y Antiguos Alumnos. Después de una amena discusión sobre las políticas ambientales y su implementación y conveniencia en el marco regulatorio del país, los más de 50 asistentes disfrutaron de un cocktail de networking.

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On the 16th of October, the IE Center Bogotá organized the conference “Environmental Justice” conducted by Javier de Cendra, Director of the IE Law School. The event that took place at the JW Marriott was attended by potential candidates for IE Master Programs and Alumni. After an interesting discussion about the Environmental policies and their convenience and implementation within the regulatory frame in the country, the attendants enjoyed a cocktail party.

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On October 31, 2013 the Spanish Embassy in Washington, DC held a Panel Discussion of Doing Business Abroad. The forum was opened by Spanish Ambassador to the United States, Ramón Gil Casares.  His remarks noted the significance of the two speakers presence and that he was proud to have such distinguished speakers for the forum. Then, the Washington area Alumni President and CEO of EADS CASA, Josian Morales, opened with introductions of the speakers and the intent of the forum.

The first speaker was Manuel Sánchez Ortega, CEO of Abengoa. In October 2010, he became CEO of Abengoa, previously he was CEO of Telvent. Mr. Sánchez is a qualified industrial engineer from the ICAI School of Engineering in Madrid and has completed the Senior Management Program at IPADE Business School in Mexico.

Mr. Sanchez discussed the Abengoa business units, describing the geographical distribution of the their business, and his views on the company’s commitment to renewable energy. He then went into detail on several current projects using solar to generate electricity using concentrating mirrors. He also made clear that Abengoa’s business was spread across multiple geographic areas with less than 30% of the company’s business conducted in Spain.

After his presentation, a Q&A period was facilitated by Yanire Braña, President of the MET Community. The first question was in regards to shale gas. In response, Mr. Sanchez launched a second presentation that discussed the shale gas production, distribution of gas fields in the US and the challenges of maintaining current production. He expressed the view that shale gas is a temporary phenomenon and sustainable energy production is rapidly closing the cost difference.

The second speaker was Director of Global Indicators at the World Bank, Augusto López-Claros. Mr. López-Claros has been Director of Global Indicators and Analysis with the World Bank Group since 2011. Previously, he was Chief Economist and Director of the Global Competitiveness Program at the World Economic Forum.  Mr. López-Claros holds a diploma in Mathematical Statistics from Cambridge University and a Ph.D. in Economics from Duke University.

Mr. López-Claros opened his presentation with an explanation of his work at the World Bank Group and the types of indicators that his group had developed. These indicators focused on the business climate of each country for each stage of a business lifecycle. Some of the indicators included the ease of starting a business, ease of obtaining relevant licenses to operate, to obtain electricity, to obtain financing, and other key data.

Indicators across multiple countries were reviewed and comparisons over time shown to demonstrate that improvements in the indicators were closely related to improvements in the economic activity occurring in the country in question. Mr. López-Claros also showed that the countries in the lowest quartile were converging with the rest of the world along all indicators. He described this as very positive development.
After his presentation, a Q&A period was again facilitated by Yanire Braña. A question regarding the indicators for Spain started a spirited conversation of where Spain was superior and areas where the country could improve. Overall, everyone agreed that the Spain was a great place to do business but could always improve in specific areas.

After the the Q&A was closed, the group concluded the Forum by thanking the speakers with much applause and moved to the lobby for a social hour.

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