A gentle, soulful afternoon of poetry, music, conversation and a little sustenance for the body as well as the soul. The afternoon includes recitals by INSEAD London’s resident alumni poets Timothy Ades (MBA 66) and Rachna Chowla (MBA 09D). You are also very welcome to bring along your favourite poems or stories to share, or even a song or more (it is likely that we will have a piano). We have organised these improvised events before and they were filled with laughter, spontaneity and joy, so please come and be a part of this one too!
Join Akos Forczek (MBA 97J), Chairman and Founder, Top Selection and Trevor Stirling (MBA 89D), Wine Expert and Drinks Analyst, Sanford C. Bernstein for an extra-ordinary wine tasting experience. The duo will present a selection of fine and rare wines that have been carefully curated to thrill the palates of alumni wine buffs.
Join us for a magical Bollywood evening at Bombay Brasserie. Bollywood is India captured on film, from colourful musical extravaganzas and melodramas to thought-provoking true-to-life cinema.
Join us for the final social event of the week. We’ll be meeting at a central location to wish farewell to our international colleagues over a light brunch.
Blow the cobwebs away and get fit for business with a run (or stroll) in Hyde Park with Francois Aguerre (MBA 05D), Partner, Co-head of Investment at Coller Capital.
Join us in recognising the FTSE350 and top 50 private organisations who are leading the way through innovation, re-designing policies and levelling the playing field for women and men in the workplace.
This month we’re meeting at Jusu Brothers, a pan-asian eatery and juice bar by day and cocktail and wine bar by night. Join us at this Japanese-inspired venue with stylish interiors and outside tables.
Join us for a discussion on new approaches to unlocking value from the existing real estate assets and locations.
Everyone has heard of wine from Burgundy and Bordeaux but what about Jura and Jurançon? Join us for a relaxed tasting of some of the wonderful wines made in France’s lesser-known regions, from obscure pockets of the Loire Valley to the rocky Pyrenean foothills.
Join us for a magical early summer night at the opera. We will sit under an outdoor canopy, set against the stunning backdrop of the ruins of the historic Holland House for the spectacle of Giuseppe Verdi’s Rigoletto performed by the renowned Opera Holland Park Chorus and the City of London Sinfonia.