Francois Aguerre (MBA 05D), President, INSEAD Alumni Association UK, warmly invites INSEAD alumni and their partners to a bring-your-own picnic in Hyde Park. Current legal restrictions limit the group to 30. We ask that you maintain social distancing and stay in your household bubble. Nevertheless, we hope that you will take this opportunity to enjoy a summer’s evening and celebrate our school, our community and the future.
The Monthly Drinks are back! We’ve booked the outside covered space at The Conductor on Fleet Place in Farringdon. This new pub and restaurant serves craft beers, cocktails, mocktails and premium non-alcoholic drinks.
The UK Association is celebrating Global INSEAD Day with a champagne reception at the House of Lords on Monday 13 September. The Palace of Westminster is one of the most iconic buildings in the world and home to the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of Parliament.
For our inaugural event, Naheema Walji (MBA 16D), Chair of the EdTech & Education Group, Mariana Grigorian (MBA 07D), Swiss Lead of the EdTech & Education Group and Dominic Nixon (IDP-C’16Oct), Deputy President, INSEAD International Directors Network, will be facilitating an evening of storytelling, introductions and informal discussion on current and projected trends in the sectors. We will be joined by a great team of fellow alumni who have graciously offered to help.
Join London-based alumni from other global business schools for a relaxed evening. This is a great way to reconnect with your peers and extend your network.
Ever since visiting Nepal and India in 1981 Sir Graham Wrigley (MBA 89D) had wanted to work in international development. So, 15 years ago he quit his business career and decided to “retrain” for a new career by completing an MsC in Development Economics at SOAS. Since then, he has worked in a variety of roles with SME and microfinance organisations in sub-Saharan Africa, Nepal and the poor states of North India. He was appointed Chairman of CDC, the UK’s Development Finance institution in 2013, which commits around $2bn pa in Africa and South Asia.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors are top of mind for the real estate sector. In this event we discuss the role of regulation in helping to steer capital towards sustainable investments, how green finance can act as an enabler, and how investors are considering sustainability in their investment decisions.
Blah, blah, blah… These were the words Greta Thunberg used to describe global climate change initiatives announced by various world leaders last week. And with the growing energy-related emergencies & events that we have witnessed recently in the UK such as the rise in gas prices, subsequent collapse of energy suppliers and climate activists disrupting traffic, the importance of the upcoming COP26 summit in Glasgow for the world has never been higher. Join the Energy Group for two special events around the theme of COP26 that will look beyond the blah blah blah!
Are you taking the first career steps during the early years after graduation? Join us to hear three speakers on their personal journeys and discover strategies to help you to step onto the path to overcoming self-doubt and achieving success and inner peace.
The annual alumni dinner has long been a fixture in the alumni calendar in Scotland and is an event not to be missed! This year we’ll also be raising a glass of champagne to old and new friends in celebration of our first in-person event for two years.