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In a recently concluded seminar conducted by IE India club, several industry veterans discussed about the emergence of a quiet yet burgeoning trade relationship between India and Spain. The occasion was also graced by the presence of Indian ambassador to Spain – His Excellency Mr.Sunil Lal and Dean of IE Business School – Mr. Santiago  Iñiguez de Onzoño. The seminar was an astounding success, highlighted by the fact that there are growing synergies between India and Spain in terms of bilateral trade and perhaps we are witnessing a defining moment in the history of the two countries. The presentation was followed by a highly interactive Q&A session, between IE students and the speakers.

Mr. Alan D Silva, Partner, PwC, Spain

Mr. Oscar Vía Ozalla, General Director International Development, Isolux Corsán

Mr. Guillermo Falco – Head Client Services, Southern Europe, Banking and Capital Markets at Infosys Technologies

Counselor to the Indian Ambassador in Spain, Mr. Jayant Khobragade

Indian Ambassador to Spain, His Excellency Mr.Sunil Lal

Dean of IE Business Schoo,l Mr. Santiago  Iñiguez de Onzoño

Current Scenario

With an annual bilateral trade involving $5 Billion, trade partnership between India and Spain has been an unprecedented success story. In recent times, where we have been witnessing an increasing volatility in Euro zone and an imminent global financial crisis, a story like this comes as a breath of fresh air and needs worth mentioning. Notwithstanding all the economic turmoil of recent past, the Indo-Spanish trade is poised to grow at around 20% in the coming years. In a recent survey published by Indian embassy in Madrid, trade balance between the two countries has hovered around $2000 Million mark year-on-year: a clear indication of growing interest of Spain to seek new partners in emerging economies like India and also an indication of Indian Government’s persistence of continuing with economic liberalization policy that started about two decades ago.  Presently, there are around ten major Spanish companies working in India. Sectors where tie-up and expansions are happening in Indian market are consumer goods, travel, tourism, energy, banking, construction and retail, with renewable energy being most dominant among them. Some of the well-known Spanish companies in India are Acciona (Wind energy), Gamesa (10% of wind energy projects in India) – in a joint venture with Caparo, a London based company and Inditex (with its brand Zara and Mango). On the other side, Indian companies have also entered the Spanish market in Pharmaceuticals, IT Services, Energy and automobile industries. Financial sector has been identified as major growth area of India. Apart from these, following sectors have been identified as, priority sectors where Indo-Spanish joint ventures can happen in the future: Infrastructure, energy, agriculture, automobile components, information Technology, pharmaceuticals, textile and tourism.

What does India offer to Spain and rest of the world?

After years of stagnation due to Socialist policies, Indian economy breathed a new lease of life in early 90s, when the then finance minister (Dr. Manmohan Singh) introduced sweeping reforms in various sectors. In the following years, Indian economy has witnessed huge spells of GDP growth (almost touching double digit in 2000s and currently estimated to be 8.8% for 2011), increasing interest of multinationals to invest in the country, resulting in rising levels of living standards. Conditions for doing business for international companies remain positive.  Following figures, as presented by one of our guests (Mr. Alan D Silva, Partner in PwC, Spain) indicate that India continues to be one of the most favored destinations for multinationals. With receding confidence in developed economies, India has potential to emerge as an important partner for alleviating the trade imbalances and providing attractive investment incentives:

  • India is 4th largest economy in the world in terms of PPP
  • 70% of foreign investments are making profits
  • 84% plan to expand 
  • 91% perceive new opportunities for investments
  • 60% of the companies are obtaining better margins in their businesses in India than their average in their global businesses
  • 220 of Fortune 500 are present in the Indian market
  • Indian Economy: Service: 58%, Agriculture: 20%, Industry: 19%
  • Forex reserves in India: $320 Billion
  • FDI attractiveness: among top 5 in the world
  • As per BCG study, banking sector will be third largest in the world in next 14 years
  • Growth of India is based on internal demand
  • India ranks among highest in consumer confidence

In addition to the factors mentioned above, India’s favorable demographics as compared to other emerging economies can provide a huge impact in predicting growth for the future. As the world order slowly shifts from Service based to Knowledge based, India will be in a position to provide a huge supply of ‘Knowledge Workers’ in the age group of 25-35 years. High-income countries like Spain will face an upward demand for skilled workers. With dwindling population growth in west, the shortage of skills shall be compensated by demographics of Indian population, which will pave way for larger business partnerships with Indian companies.

What Spain offers to India? – A case study on Isolux Corsán, India

Isolux is a multi-national company working in 25 countries in the areas of Construction, Environment, Energy and is one of the biggest trade partners with India. It works with a global strategy of being a local company, when doing business abroad and prefers to call itself as a global company headquartered in Spain.  It also focuses on a product / service portfolio for Middle East market by using India as its operations hub. Its success in doing business in India can serve as a template for all the future partnerships.

Mr. Oscar Vía Ozalla, General Director International Development, Isolux Corsán attended the seminar and provided detailed insights on his experience of working in India and the benefits his company reaped out of the partnership with Indian Government.  The highlight of the presentation was the fact that Indian market currently represents second largest revenue source for Isolux (14%- next only to Spain) and it is anticipated that India will become the largest revenue generator for the company by 2013 (15% of its revenues). The company has been prequalified in 55 construction projects across India.  He further pointed out that for Isolux, “Country Analysis” is paramount in making investment decisions. This includes political, economical and monetary factors and also ability to invest in local currency, which is essential for a self-sustainable financing. Isolux started its operations in 2003, set up representative office to analyze market and looked for partnership. Eventually they entered into a 50-50 JV with Consoma (50-50) in 2007.

How Spain can reap benefits from Indian IT Services – A case study on Infosys, Spain

The success stories about Indian IT services firms have been oft repeated everywhere in broader business contexts. Infosys is one of the biggest Indian IT giants and is seeking to position itself as a Global software and consulting service provider. In fact, it has pioneered the first global delivery model, which has helped large corporations all over the world in the last decade, to save a lion’s share of their IT costs and with right quality. Infosys has a 97% repeat business rate with its customers. It has been growing at a CAGR of 56% in European market.

Spain has been one of the late entrants in the IT outsourcing business and the Indian IT conglomerates offer a huge opportunity for the Spanish markets. With local economy plunged deep into crisis, corporations across Spain will need to rethink their business strategies and cut down their costs. Indian IT service industry, with its huge experience with US and other European customers are well suited to serve the purpose.

Mr. Guillermo Falco – Head Client Services, Southern Europe, Banking and Capital Markets at Infosys Technologies, provided some interesting details about the company’s strategy in Spain. Infosys has been one of the early movers among Indian software companies in Spain. Not surprisingly, they have repeated their success here as well. For Spanish banks, Infosys created a software factory in Spanish language and operated on a 5:95 onshore-offshore model, which effectively translates into a more than 50% cost savings for its customers.

Current and Future Challenges

Despite the booming business relations between the two countries, Indian companies expanding into Spain and vice versa, need to be aware of the language barriers and the cultural differences that exist between the two countries.

English is the business language used in India and the focus on learning Spanish for business is almost non-existent. However, English is now the second language taught in Spanish schools (moving from French), which implies that language would cease to be a big barrier in the near future.

Cultural sensitization is a topic, which can be dealt easily, if identified and recognized in time. All the experts on the panel agreed that the best way to enter either market is through Joint Ventures in a specific industry as a testing ground. The lessons learnt from these ventures can serve as a benchmark for doing business with each other. For example, Isolux first entered the Indian Market with a JV with Consoma and started working in the Roadway construction sector. This helped them understand the local market and test waters for entering into the Power transmission business and explore other avenues of engagement. Infosys clients were pleasantly surprised with the result and quality of deliverables provided by a company in a non-Spanish speaking country, which not only helped Infosys to retain existing clients but also served as a precedent for new clients.

Concluding Remarks

All the speakers in the seminar unanimously agreed on encouraging more synergies between two of the culturally disparate, yet market oriented countries. At a time, when corporations across the world are increasingly facing non-market, unforeseen challenges such as global warming, European crisis, growing distrust among citizens over Governance, their survival and sustenance will invariably depend upon seeking new opportunities. Evidently, value creation will require increased mobility and collaboration between India and Spain. Furthermore, both the countries offer each other complementary expertise (e.g. Spain in renewable Energy and India in Knowledge sourcing), which will go a long way in defining a long-lasting relationship.

IE Singapure Club

IE Singapore Club

IE Club Fair was held at early May with the purpose of integrating the students of new intakes into the activities of the clubs and offer them the chance of learning about the objectives of the clubs. Club representatives from 26 clubs were at the club fair in order to clarify the doubts and encourage the new students to join the clubs and help promoting activities within them. There were different types of clubs at the fair: geographic (such as India, Singapore and Colombia), functional (IEOut, Marketing and WIB), sectorial (Energy, Fashion & Luxury) and affinity (Dancing, Football and Sailing).

Once the club fair was over, the election process was opened so the students and alumni interested in joining the club board could present their candidatures. The candidates submitted their candidatures online at IE communities’ web page, besides presenting them through videos, posters and presentations to the club members where they explained their proposals and reasons to join the clubs.

Finally, the elections were held on 16-23 May for those clubs which had more than six candidates interested in joining the board. The voting process was done through http://portal.ie.edu web page. After elections, new representatives elected a president among themselves and decided the other positions and duties depending on the needs of the clubs.

IE Partners Club

Durante el mes de Mayo, la Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos cumpliendo su misión de facilitar una plataforma de oportunidades para alumnos y antiguos alumnos organizó la Feria de Clubes y llevó a cabo las elecciones de los Clubes que realizan actividades dentro del campus de IE.

La Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos organizó una Feria de Clubes a principios de Mayo con el objetivo de integrar a los nuevos estudiantes en las actividades de los clubes y ofrecerles la oportunidad de conocer a fondo las funciones de cada club. En el evento se presentaron 26 clubes de los diferentes tipos: geográficos (tales como los de India, Singapur y Colombia), funcionales (IEOUt, Marketing y WIB),   sectoriales (Energy, Fashion & Luxury) y de afinidad (Dancing, Footbal y Sailing) los cuales durante tres días expusieron sus objetivos y actividades para todos los interesados.

IE India Club

IE India Club

Al finalizar la feria de clubes se abrió el proceso de elecciones donde los estudiantes y antiguos alumnos interesados en ser miembro de la junta directiva de algún club presentaron sus candidaturas. Los candidatos presentaron sus candidaturas online en las IE communities, además expusieron sus propuestas y razones para ser elegidos a través de las páginas web del IE, en vídeos y/o presentaciones a los miembros del club.

Finalmente, se realizaron las elecciones entre el 16 y 23 de Mayo, de aquellos clubes que tenían más de seis miembros interesados en formar parte de la junta directiva. Las votaciones de los clubes se hicieron a través de la página web http://portal.ie.edu. Después de las elecciones, los nuevos miembros elegidos, designaron un presidente entre ellos y se distribuyeron el resto de los cargos entre los miembros restantes.



Escrito el 14 diciembre 2010 por Alumni en Others

Under the title of «China, Japan and India, driving forces behind the global economy», IE Business School and Casa Asia organised a conference in the aula magna at IE on 29 November last.

At the moment, the transfer of economic and geopolitical power from West to East is taking place quickly mainly due to the strength of Asian economies. Furthermore, the context in which international challenges arise is changing and is set to change almost as much or even more than the challenges themselves over the coming years. From Europe, Asia is seen as a great opportunity thanks to its high growth rates, demographic factor, the need for infrastructures and the increase in the middle classes. From Asia, Europe is seen as a market with high consumer rates based on the technological capacity of its businesses, the relevance of their brands and the level of excellence in the design of certain products.  Taking this two-sided Asian-European view into account, IE Business School and Casa Asia organised a one-day event to analyse the interests of Asian businesses in Europe and vice versa. The aim was to show all the potential of Europe’s relations with the main countries in Asia (Japan, India and China) in general and, in particular, Spain’s relations with them from a business viewpoint.


The conference was held with two roundtables involving consultants, lawyers and entrepreneurs who analysed the experience of Asian companies in Europe and the experience of European companies that have been successful in Asia.


The first roundtable was chaired by Amadeo Jensana, director of the department of economic programmes and cooperation at Casa Asia, who made a general analysis of how more and more Asian companies are setting up in Spain. In reference to China, he commented that the country’s entry into the WTO in 2001 brought with it an increase in the internationalisation of its businesses; however, there have been few Chinese companies today that have entered the more developed markets of the European Union or North America, since their main destinations are Latin America and Africa. Nevertheless, China is gradually finding its place in Europe and there are cases today of associations between large Spanish enterprises, such as Telefónica and Repsol, with Chinese businesses. According to Invest in Spain, Chinese investment in Spain is characterised by the absence of a stable trend and by high-level but occasional transactions. Amadeo referred to India as a country that is also investing abroad and its investments have increased thanks to the growth of its economy, the strength of its leading enterprises and acquisitions and mergers by Indian companies with businesses from different countries in sectors such as the car industry, pharmaceutical products, information technology, energy and other industries. The case of Japan differs from China and India since its investment in Europe began some decades ago; however, its economic growth is not currently as fast-moving as that of the two Asian giants. Japanese companies in Europe usually belong to the car industry or to manufacturing and technology products, especially electronic articles.



This roundtable focused on the fact that when people speak about Asia, they almost always do so in reference to the business opportunities the continent offers and ignore how Asian countries are trading in Europe, as well as the growing number of Asian companies that are setting up in the European Union. The speakers on this table, who have a wealth of experience with Asian companies that have set up successfully in our country, were Rocio Belda, partner and member of the Asia desk at Garrigues; Alan da Silva, executive director of the India desk and partner at PriceWaterhouseCoopers; Tomás Zumárraga, former managing director of Bridgestone España and chairman of the Shacho Kai association of non-Japanese managing directors at Japanese enterprises. The three spoke of the growing number of examples of Asian businesses that are setting up in Europe.


The second roundtable, chaired by the Dean of IE Business School, Santiago Iñiguez, involved the participation of Kareen Hatchwell, Member of the Board and Director of Institutional Relations of the Excem Group,  Jesús Sierra González, International Commercial Director of the Isolux Corsán Group, and Juan Luis González Andersson, former Business Development Director of the companies Inditex and Carrera y Carrera, all of whom gave a first-hand account of the business culture, organisation and internationalisation strategies of some of the leading Spanish enterprises in Asia.

The roundtable focused on the more common but no less important subject of the experiences of Spanish enterprises in the three Asian countries. In view of the latest international economic figures, Spanish SMEs and multinationals need to gain better positions in the countries that will be the driving force behind the economic recovery, such as China and India, and not worry so much about other markets whose economic growth forecasts are lower. Our businesses have a long way to go to consolidate their positions in Asian countries, since there is perhaps no other region in the world with such an important absence of Spanish investment as Asia. This absence can be seen not only by the absolute investment figures that correspond to our country, but also by the huge potential the region offers in the context of the global economy.

Whatever the case and although the presence of Spanish businesses in Asia is still low-level, the trend is changing slightly, and these three speakers analysed the type and characteristics of some of the companies that have now taken the step and are trading in the area. Kareen Hatchwell, from Excem Group, Jesús Sierra González, from the Isolux Corsán Group, and Juan Luis González Andersson, former Business Development Director of the companies Inditex and Carrera y Carrera, gave us a fantastic account of the main difficulties they have had to face while setting up in another country, as well as the most effective procedures they have been able to uncover, turning their experiences into examples for entrepreneurs considering the option as a future strategy for their company.

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Escrito el 18 mayo 2010 por Alumni en Geographic

IE Alumni Association is pleased to announce our new representative of the IE India Club Mumbai Chapter, Anoop Agarwal (GMBA 2009).

Anoop is currently pursuing a course in law, in India. Having studied, lived and travelled extensively, he came back to India in 2004 from USA, to start his own Media communication agency, with his friend and today,  has diversified into developing Media software and acquiring its own media space in Mumbai. Also in the pipeline is opening a restaurant with his wife, currently a HR professional working for an Indian bank.

We wish Anoop all the best in this new endeavor.

La Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos se complace en anunciar el Nuevo representante del IE India Club Madrid Chapter, Anoop Agarwal (GMBA 2009)

Actualmente Anoop está realizando un curso en derecho en India. Después de haber vivido, estudiado y viajado extensivamente por los Estados Unidos, Anoop regresó a India para establecer su agencia de medios de comunicación con un amigo. Hoy ha diversificado sus planes, y ha desarrollado un software de medios de comunicación, y ha adquirido su espacio de medios en Mumbai. También está en sus planes abrir un restaurant con su esposa, una profesional en recursos humanos que trabaja en un banco indio.

Le deseamos lo mejor a Anoop en esta nueva aventura.


The Dharma of Capitalism

Escrito el 10 mayo 2010 por Alumni en Business Networking, Clubs & Activities, Others

‘The Dharma of Capitalism’ – This was the topic for the interactive sessions held by IE in India earlier this year, where IE met with around 300 companies in Mumbai and Delhi. Professor Gonzalo Garland was one of the eminent speakers at the conferences where he spoke about the future financial and economic outlook of the world. William Davila, the Director of International Development (Asia and Middle East), Fernanda Diaz, the Assistant Director of Career Services and Karan Gupta, the Managing Director of the IE India Office were the other IE representatives at these events.

IE invited Gurucharan Das, a renowned management expert to talk about the Dharma of Capitalism and how Capitalism works in India.  Professor Garland enhanced this with his extensive knowledge of economics, providing an intriguing insight into trends and country knowledge.

The one hour talk was followed by a very interactive session of networking and dinner where the IE representatives got to meet several hundred leading Indian companies. The companies were fascinated with IE’s presence in India and were very keen to develop executive education programmes with IE. Many of the companies were also keen to recruit IE students to work for them.

These events are in line with IE’s strategic entry into the Indian markets. Initially IE’s focus was on students and it is now moving to the second phase in engaging leading Indian companies and top CEOs.

El Dharma del Capitalismo – Este fue el tema de la sesión interactiva celebrada por el IE en India este año. En menos de una semana, el IE reunió alrededor de 300 empresas en Mumbai y Delhi. El Profesor Gonzalo Garland fue uno de los ponentes distinguidos de la conferencia, donde habló sobre el futuro panorama económico y financiero a nivel mundial. William Davila, Director de Desarrollo Internacional (Asia y Medio Oriente); Fernanda Diaz, Asistente de Dirección de Carreras; y Karan Gupta, Gerente Directivo de la Oficina del IE en India, fueron los otros representantes del IE presentes en los eventos.

El IE invitó a Gurucharan Das, un conocido experto en gerencia, para hablar del Dharma del Capitalismo y como el Capitalismo funciona en India. La combinación de éste con los conocimientos extensivos de economía del Profesor Garland hipnotizó a la audiencia.

La plática de una hora fue seguida por una sesión interactiva de cena y networking, donde los representantes del IE tuvieron la oportunidad de conocer empresas líderes en India. Las empresas quedaron fascinadas con la presencia del IE en India y mostraron mucho interés en desarrollar programas de educación ejecutiva con el IE. Muchas empresas también mostraron interés en reclutar estudiantes para trabajar con ellos.

Estos eventos están compaginados con la estrategia del IE para entrar en el mercado Indio. El enfoque inicial del IE era en los estudiantes, pero ahora se mueve hacia la segunda fase que implica atraer a las compañías líderes en India y a los más altos ejecutivos de este país.



Escrito el 7 septiembre 2009 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities

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On 1 September 2009, the India IE Alumni Club got together to have an IE ALUMNI DINNER at the Baywatch Coffee
Shop, Sheraton New Delhi Hotel, in New Delhi.

In this dinner, the alumni got the chance to meet old friends and increase their networking while enjoying a lovely dinner. The diverse alumni groups also got to hear each others’ opinions and perspectives on various topics, including the current economic crisis and the Indian economy.

It was a great opportunity for the Indian alumni to meet each other and we hope to have many more events in India in the future.

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El 1 de septiembre de 2009, los antiguos alumnos del IE en la India tuvieron una cena, IE ALUMNI DINNER, en Baywatch Coffee Shop, Sheraton New Delhi Hotel, en Nueva Delhi.

En la cena, los antiguos alumnos tuvieron la oportunidad de encontrase con sus amigos y desarrollar el networking disfrutando de una cena.

Los antiguos alumnos pudieron intercambiar opiniones y puntos de vista sobre varios temas como, la crisis económica y la economía en India.

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Fue una gran oportunidad para los antiguos alumnos en India para conocerse y esperamos que se organicen más encuentros en el futuro.


Careers Management Centre in India

Escrito el 18 mayo 2009 por Alumni en Others

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In March 2009, IE Careers Management Centre traveled to India to meet with companies and headhunters, to further develop the job market in Asia and to explore opportunities for the growing number of IE graduates interested in working in the area. Sugata Jain, Associate Director of IE´s Career Management Centre, visited about 40 companies in 3 cities, including, Delhi, Mumbai and Pune.

In this trip, the main focus was to meet with companies which are or would be working between Europe and India (especially Spain) mainly in the renewable energy sector, consulting, infrastructure and pharmaceutical. The aim was to identify companies which work on an international platform, and would value a European MBA as compared to a local MBA profile.

The process started by identifying the need to create connections to seize recruitment opportunities in the Asian market. Considering that Asian economies, especially China, India and Singapore are witnessing a significant growth, several European/global companies want to enter or have already entered these markets.

Sugata met with about 40 companies in total out of which Spanish are: MONDRAGÓN CORPORACIÓN COOPERATIVA, Copca: Government of Catalonia, Indolink Consulting, Capital Energy, CIEM, ITSMA.

Other companies in Delhi: Coke, Business world, Fidelity, Steria, ICICI Bank, Wipro, AT Kearney etc.

In Mumbai: PwC, Ma foi, Bunn & Co, JP Morgan Chase, Maersk Logistics,Ambrosia designs, Serdia Pharma, Bharti AXA insurance, Murjani Group, Reliance retail

And Pune: Walchand Talent First, Sandvik Asia Ltd., Forbes Marshall, Persistant Systems Ltd, Suzlon Energy Ltd, Bajaj, Piaggio

This process ensures a considerable increase in IE brand awareness in India.

Furthermore, the Career Center got a chance to interact with the IE India representative Karan Gupta and the IE alumni in Mumbai.

En marzo de 2009, la Dirección de Carreras Profesionales del IE viajó a la India para reunirse con empresas y desarrollar aún más el mercado de trabajo en Asia, explorando oportunidades para el creciente número de graduados de IE interesados en trabajar en la zona. Sugata Jain, Subdirectora de Carreras Profesionales, visitó 40 empresas en 3 ciudades, incluyendo, Delhi, Mumbai y Pune.

Durante este viaje, el principal objetivo ha sido reunirse con las empresas que han establecido o tienen previsto desarrollar relaciones profesionales entre Europa y la India (especialmente España).  El objetivo ha sido identificar las empresas que trabajan a nivel internacional y que valoran positivamente  un MBA europeo frente al perfil de escuela de negocios local, principalmente en el sector de las energías renovables, consultoría, infraestructura y farmacia.

El proceso se inició al identificar la necesidad de crear conexiones para aprovechar las oportunidades de contratación en el mercado asiático. Teniendo en cuenta que las economías de Asia, especialmente China, India y Singapur, están experimentando un crecimiento importante, varias empresas  europeas y del resto del mundo quieren entrar o ya han entrado en estos mercados.

Sugata se reunió con alrededor de 40 empresas en total, de las cuales las siguientes eran Españolas: MONDRAGÓN CORPORACIÓN COOPERATIVA, COPCA: El gobierno de Cataluña, Indolink Consulting, Capital Energy, CIEM, ITSMA.

Otras empresas en Delhi: Coca Cola, Business World,  Fidelity, Steria, ICICI Bank, Wipro, AT Kearney etc

En Mumbai: PwC, Ma foi, Bunn & Co., JP Morgan Chase, Maersk Logistics, Ambrosia Designs, Serdia Pharma, Bharti AXA Insurance, Murjani Grupo, Reliance Retail

Pune: Walchand Talent First, Sandvik Asia Ltd., Forbes Marshall, Persistant Systems Ltd, Suzlon Energy Ltd, Bajaj, Piaggio

Este proceso garantiza un aumento considerable del reconocimiento de la marca  IE en la India.

Además, la Dirección de Carreras Profesionales tuvo la oportunidad de interactuar con el representante de IE en la India, Karan Gupta, y con los antiguos alumnos del IE en Mumbai.



Escrito el 16 abril 2009 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities

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On 14 April 2009, the India IE Alumni Club got together to have an IE ALUMNI DINNER at the Machaan, Taj Mahal Hotel in New Delhi.

In this dinner, the alumni got the chance to meet old friends and increase their networking while enjoying a lovely dinner. The diverse alumni groups also got to hear each others´ opinions and perspectives on various topics, including the current economic crisis and the Indian economy.

It was a great opportunity for the Indian alumni to meet each other and we hope to have many more events in India in the future.

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El 14 de abril de 2009, los antiguos alumnos del IE en la India tuvieron una cena, IE ALUMNI DINNER, en Machaan, Taj Mahal Hotel en Nueva Delhi.

En la cena, los antiguos alumnos tuvieron la oportunidad de encontrase con sus amigos y desarrollar el networking disfrutando de una cena. Los antiguos alumnos pudieron intercambiar opiniones y puntos de vista sobre varios temas
como, la crisis económica y la economía en India.
Fue una gran oportunidad para los antiguos alumnos en India para conocerse y esperamos que se organicen más encuentros en el futuro.



Escrito el 27 marzo 2009 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities

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On 18 March 2009,
IE alumni in Mumbai got together for an IE ALUMNI DINNER at the Taj Lands End

In this dinner, the alumni got a chance to meet and interact with old friends
and talk about their careers while enjoying a lovely Indian dinner. Everyone
got to share each others´ job hunting processes and share views on the
struggles with the crisis and the opportunities in the Indian economy.

We hope to have many more events in India in the future.


El 18 de marzo de 2009, antiguos alumnos del IE en Mumbai reunieron en el Taj
Lands End Hotel para IE ALUMNI DINNER.


En esta cena, los alumnos tuvieron la oportunidad de reunirse con sus
antiguos amigos y hablaron de sus carreras y la misma vez disfrutando de una
agradable cena india.  Todos compartieron sus experiencias cuando estaban
buscando trabajo, y sus puntos de vista acerca de la crisis y las oportunidades
de la economía en India.


Esperamos tener más eventos en el futuro en India.



Escrito el 8 enero 2009 por Alumni en Clubs & Activities

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On 3 January 2009, the India IE Alumni
Club got together to have an IE ALUMNI NEW YEAR DINNER 2009 at the
Machaan, Taj Mahal Hotel.

In this dinner, the alumni got the
chance to meet old friends and increase their networking while enjoying a
lovely dinner. The diverse alumni groups also got to hear each other´s opinions
and perspectives on various topics, including the Indian economy, its cultural

It was a great opportunity for the Indian alumni to meet each other and we hope
to have many more events in India in the future.
The dinner was attended by Divya Goel, Associate Director of IE
Alumni Association.
El 3 de enero de 2009, los antiguos alumnos del IE en la India
tuvieron una cena, IE ALUMNI NEW YEAR DINNER 2009, en Machaan, Taj Mahal

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En la cena, los antiguos alumnos tuvieron la oportunidad de
encontrase con sus amigos y desarrollar el networking disfrutando de una cena.
Los antiguos alumnos pudieron intercambiar opiniones y puntos de vista sobre
varios temas como, la economía en India, y las diferencias culturales.

Fue una gran oportunidad para los antiguos alumnos en India para conocerse y
esperamos que se organicen más encuentros en el futuro.


Esta cena fue asistida por Divya Goel,
Directora Asociada de la Asociación de Antiguos Alumnos del IE.

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