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Gathering in Miami

IESE Business School Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its MBA Program with a Prestigious Business Summit

From 28-Apr-2015
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Four Season Hotel, Miami
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IESE Business School Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of its MBA Program with a Prestigious Business Summit

The prestigious MBA program from IESE Business School is celebrating its 50th anniversary and the institution will hold a very special Summit in Miami, on 28th and 29th May. The event will gather companies, alumni and friends from all over the world –in particular from the Americas- in a working session named “Driving Sustained Growth: Challenges and Opportunities in the Americas”.

The Four Seasons Hotel at Miami will be the venue in which the CEO of Santander Private Banking, Álvaro Morales; Lionel Olavarría, Vice Chairman of BCI; and Teresa Foxx, General Manager Banking, Barclays, will discuss over “Sustained Growth in Banking. Challenges facing a sector poised for growth in Latam”, while Javier Estrada, Professor at IESE, will moderate.

First thing in the morning, Eric Weber, IESE Associate Dean and Professors Pedro Videla and Javier Estrada will welcome the participants. The program will be opened by world renowned cardiologist and inspiring keynote speaker Dr. Valentín Fuster, Director of Mount Sinai Heart in New York and recipient of the highest awards from the world's major cardiovascular institutions.

To follow unique insights from top-level decision makers covering the Americas and its potential in the global business arena, including Saúl Kattan, President ETB; Karl Lippert, President SABMiller Latam; and Juan Manuel Ferrón, CEO Hispanic America Advisory Services PwC. Finally, the cross-roads of innovation, technology and entrepreneurship will allow Susan Amat, Founder Venture Hive; Pablo Slough, Head of Mobile Ad Solutions Google and Mary Spio, President and Co-Founder Vidaroo share their experiences.

To see agenda or register you can use this link.

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