Virtual Events

Localized Fall 2022 Virtual Career Fair

About the Career Fair

Launch your career with the Localized Virtual Career Fair!

We’re bringing employers, industry experts, and career coaches together, right here, to launch your career the right way. This is your opportunity to interact with employers seeking to recruit exceptional and diverse talent in meaningful roles across different industries and geographies.

Here’s what to expect:

  • Meet with relevant recruiters looking for talent like you to learn about open positions
  • Attend Expert Sessions to help you explore different career paths and gain tailored advice
  • Attend Career Development Workshops to improve your CV/Resume and Cover Letter writing skills
  • Apply for open positions

Date & Time

October 12 Day 1 [8:00am GMT – 4:00am EDT] – Tech & Business full-time, part-time, internship and apprenticeship roles in MENA & Europe
October 13 Day 2 [8:00am GMT – 4:00am GMT] – Tech & Business full-time, part-time, internship and apprenticeship roles in USA & LATAM

Already Registered Companies

  • Cisco
  • Meta
  • FHI 360
  • Google Responsible Innovation Fellowship
  • Taptap Send 
  • Nexford University
  • Trend Micro

Localized-Workshop: Think Like a Recruiter

DATE: Tuesday, September 20th

TIME: 11:00am ET | 15:00 GMT

LOCATION: Online

EXPERT: Iyad Uakoub

General Information

Knowing how companies recruit can help you better prepare for your job search and with the Virtual Career Fair coming up in October on Localized you want to prepare as best you can to impress potential employers. 

This workshop will help you understand the needs of businesses, their application process and considerations when looking for a potential candidate. This workshop will also touch on the do’s and don’ts during the interview process. 

By the end of this workshop you will understand: 

  • How to research a company you’re interviewing for 
  • How to prepare answers for specific questions
  • Tools and resources to be able to research companies
  • The do’s and don’ts of the interview process

This Career Development Workshop is run by Localized Career Coach-in-Residence, Iyad Uakoub. This workshop has received a 100% NPS score from students who have attended. This session will ONLY be offered live, and will not be available on recording. 

Localized-Workshop: How to Customize Your CV or Resume for the Job You Want

DATE: Tuesday, September 13th

TIME: 11:00AM ET | 15:00 GMT

LOCATION: Online

EXPERT: Iyad Uakoub

General Information

Are you trying to land your dream job but you keep facing rejection before the interview process? Developing your CV is one of the key steps to landing the interview. If you’re entering your last years in university, or if you’ve just graduated this is the perfect opportunity to learn the key tips to creating a powerful resume that gets you noticed. 

In this workshop with Career Coach in residence, Iyad Uakoub, you’ll understand what makes a good resume and what makes a great resume. You’ll learn how to fill the gaps in your work experience and how to highlight your skills. 

Key takeaways include: 

  • Live session attendees receive a CV and resume template that you can use 
  • How to tailor your CV or resume for the positions you want  
  • Master your word-choice and highlight your skills 
  • Understand what makes your CV stand out and how to format the pages

Localized-Meta: What it’s Like Working at the Largest Social Network

DATE: Wednesday, Sep 21st

TIME: 9:00AM EST | 13:00PM GMT

LOCATION: Online

EXPERT PANEL: Diana Andonie – Software Engineer, Gijs Weterings – Front End Engineer, Parul Upadhyay – Software Engineer, Naomi Fearnett – University Recruiter

General Information

Are you curious about the working environment at the largest social network in the world? 

Meta, formerly Facebook owns a total of 94 companies including: Facebook, Instagram, Oculus VR, WhatsApp and more! 

Facebook is where many early stage engineers got their start, whether in software development, front end engineering or data science. Facebook is home to thousands of engineers around the world! 

In this session hosted by the team at Meta, you’ll learn what it’s like to work for one of the most well known companies in the world. You’ll get insights on the day to day work for each of the employees, you’ll learn about career paths, job opportunities, internships and the best and most challenging parts of the job. 

Schedule

Company culture overview [ 5-10 minutes ] 

Job application process [ 5-10 minutes ] 

Software engineering panel discussion [ 20-30 minutes ]

Live Q&A [ 20-30 minutes ]  

Localized – Landing an Internship as a Product Analyst: How I Got My Internship at Nike

DATE: Thursday, September 15th

TIME: 10:00AM PST | 12:00PM EST | 16:00PM GMT

LOCATION: Zoom

EXPERTS: Sabrina Elouardi

General Information

Are you trying to land your dream internship while in university? Are you trying to figure out how to develop a resume and cover letter that will help you stand out without a ton of experience? 

In this webinar, Sabrina Elouardi, Product Analyst at Nike, talks about how she landed a variety of internships throughout her undergraduate years, moving from marketing to analyst to product in a variety of industries ranging from entertainment to tech to e-commerce. 

Learn how to develop your skills, tell your story and network in order to get the internship of your dreams. This webinar will cover topics including:    

  • How to land your first internship
  • How to reach out to industry leaders to grow your network
  • How to transition without tons of experience 
  • Day to day of a product analyst at Nike 
  • How to land an Apprenticeship at Google

Whether you’re a student or recent graduate looking to develop your experience, Sabrina can speak to some of the key steps you need to take to move forward in your career. 

About Sabrina Elouardi

Sabrina is an insights analyst at Nike, Inc, passionate about the intersection of technological innovation and business to build a more globalized, connected world in the media, entertainment, leisure, and retail space.

CapsimInbox Microsimulation Development Lab Workshop


DATE & TIME

Wednesday, September 21

9-10:30AM EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Maddie Handler, mhandler@gbsn.org

If you are interested in developing a microsimulation, or just looking to learn more about this experience, then this workshop is for you! As the first part of a two part badging experience, participants are invited to a workshop that will not only introduce you to former authors and winners, but also provide opportunities to ask questions to the CapsimInbox team, themselves.  The objectives of this workshop include:

  1. To provide potential authors more information about the CapsimInbox product and process
  2. To assist potential authors with developing their own solutions by providing previous examples and a small brainstorming breakout room session
  3. To motivate potential authors to create their own CapsimInbox microsimulationFollowing the workshop, all participants will receive a badge and be invited to continue to the second badge experience, which is authoring your very own microsimulation, which will have a chance to win $5,000.

Moderator

Panelists

  • Kelsey Zimmermann

    Learning Experiences Coordinator
    Capsim Management Solutions
    USA
  • Matthew Shell

    Market Development Manager
    Capsim Management Simulations
    USA

DigITS- A Multidisciplinary International Management Conference

DIGITALIZATION, INNOVATION
TRANSFORMATION AND SUSTAINABILITY DIGITS 2022

Date: 29th – 30th October 2022
Location: Online

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Digitalisation, big data, connectivity, and Artificial Intelligence are shaping today’s cities around the globe. It has led to increased productivity, competition and inclusion within and across the economies. Further, it has also led to substantial positive impact on the economic growth performance as well as enhanced the economic integration, both regional and global.

Digitalization has been a prominent channel for the economies in attainment of their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc and its impact has reached every corner of the world. This has divided the timeline into a pre-covid and a post-covid world. Digital transformation has been marked as a defining feature of the post-covid world as it has permeated every aspect of our lives.

Covid-19 has accelerated the digitalization of societies and economies at an unimaginable pace. From helping governments to implementing social protection schemes to enabling e-health and online education, digital technologies have helped business in continuing their operations and trade through e-commerce and digital finance. However, ensuring that the digital transformation happening around us does not become another reason to contribute to the persisting deep inequalities posed as one of the greatest challenges faced by the world. Hence, inclusion must be at the heart of digital transformation to achieve the promise of sustainability of “ leaving no one behind”. The objectives related to inclusiveness need to be embedded in the foundations of digital transformation.

Digitalization has also emerged as the main driver for sustainable development. Businesses are using digital tools to map their environmental footprint and assess the impact of environmental shifts on their business. The focus of the businesses is on how digital transformation can enable firms to become successful while contributing to achieving SDGs. However, the emerging trends are still unexplored on how they are reshaping the market conditions in which organizations operate. Enabling sustainable innovation, these technologies have also created new threats such as cybercrime and privacy loss. While digital transformation is certain, its direction is still uncertain. The true transformative potential of digital technologies can only be realized if it is ensured that the digitalization benefits economies, societies and the environment, and embeds inclusion at its core.

The lead theme for this conference echoes the SDG agenda. They are the critical appraisal of both the empirical and theoretical efficacy of the development goals, effectiveness evaluations of the various metrics used to characterize the goals, and proposals on alternative decision-making tools underpinning sustainable development solutions, in the unfolding world following the Covid-19 pandemic.

We invite all relevant policy makers, academic researchers, think-tank specialists, corporate leaders, and doctoral students to attend this conference. Participants are encouraged to attend and present their ideas and views (through academic or practitioner papers) by submitting their work on the conference lead or subordinate themes.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Extended Abstracts of original research papers are invited on the conference theme and in all areas of management including:

Finance and Accounting

  • Financial Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Digital Finance
  • Behavioural Finance
  • Computational Finance & Financial Econometrics
  • Financial Reporting & Regulations
  • Accounting Ethics
  • Crypto Currencies
  • FinTech, AI & ML
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Emerging Trends in Corporate Finance & Corporate Governance
  • Market Structure & Algorithmic Trading
  • Financial Inclusion & Payment System
  • MSMEs Competition, Cluster Development & Financing
  • Blockchain Technology,Smart Contracts & Digital Currencies
  • Aggregate & Food Inflation

Management Information Systems

  • IS For a Green and Sustainable World
  • Dark Side of Technology
  • ICT for Development
  • Business Focused Data Analytics
  • Economics of IS
  • Digital Business Models and Innovation
  • Cyber Security, Privacy, and Ethics Of IS
  • Governance, Strategy, and Value Of IS
  • General IS Topics
  • Financing Energy & Sustainability

Marketing Management

  • Digital Marketing & E-commerce
  • Shopper Behavior & Compulsive Buying
  • Sustainable & Green Marketing
  • Ethical Marketing
  • Evolving Marketing Strategies for Vocal for Local (Make in India)
  • Changing Role of Government Policies on the Market Economy
  • Future of Retail Marketing
  • Consumer Psychology
  • B2C Marketing & its Challenges

Sustainability

  • Economic Sustainability
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Socio-cultural Sustainability
  • Climate change, Environmental Management
  • Green Infrastructure,Urban Ecology
  • Waste Management & Pollution Control
  • Urban Energy Transition
  • Food Waste Recovery
  • Green Manufacturing
  • Green ICTs.

HRM & OB

  • Emerging Nature of Hybrid Work Engagement
  • Work from Home Challenges & Opportunities
  • Evolving HRM in the Context of AI
  • Human Resource Practices & Firm Performance
  • Diversity in Work, Talent Management & Employee Engagement
  • Selection, Assessment & Organizational Development
  • Safe & User-Friendly Work Environments
  • Leadership Development & Coaching
  • Performance Management
  • Health & Well-being at Work
  • Positive Organisational Behaviour
  • Neurological & Biological Underpinnings of Work Behavior

Strategy

  • E-Governance
  • The Lean Start-up
  • Shared Value Creation
  • Open Innovation
  • Platform Business Models
  • Networked Business Models
  • Industry Convergence
  • Public-Private Alliance
  • Managing Cross Border Businesses
  • Managing Contracts of Strategic Importance
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Corporate Social Responsibility & Firm Strategy

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Submission deadline: 01st September, 2022
Full paper submission deadline: 01st October, 2022
Registration deadline: 25th October 2022

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

I. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES OF RESEARCH PAPERS

Please submit the extended abstract in a min. 1500 and max. 2500 words (excluding references). Your abstract should cover the following aspects:

  • Research Gap and Research Problem
  • The Objective of the Study and Summary within 250 words
  • Research Methodology
  • Findings of the Study
  • Implications of the Study

II. FORMATTING:

The entire abstract submission (title page in Title Case, abstract, main text, figures, graphs, tables, references, etc.) must be in ONE document using one of the following formats:

  • Portable Document Format (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
  • Figures, graphs, tables, appendices, and references should follow the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guide.
  • Use Times New Roman 12-point font, double spaced, 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around, and 8.5” × 11” page setting. References may be single spaced.

DIGITALIZATION, INNOVATION
TRANSFORMATION AND SUSTAINABILITY DIGITS 2022

Date: 29th – 30th October 2022
Location: Online

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

Digitalisation, big data, connectivity, and Artificial Intelligence are shaping today’s cities around the globe. It has led to increased productivity, competition and inclusion within and across the economies. Further, it has also led to substantial positive impact on the economic growth performance as well as enhanced the economic integration, both regional and global.

Digitalization has been a prominent channel for the economies in attainment of their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc and its impact has reached every corner of the world. This has divided the timeline into a pre-covid and a post-covid world. Digital transformation has been marked as a defining feature of the post-covid world as it has permeated every aspect of our lives.

Covid-19 has accelerated the digitalization of societies and economies at an unimaginable pace. From helping governments to implementing social protection schemes to enabling e-health and online education, digital technologies have helped business in continuing their operations and trade through e-commerce and digital finance. However, ensuring that the digital transformation happening around us does not become another reason to contribute to the persisting deep inequalities posed as one of the greatest challenges faced by the world. Hence, inclusion must be at the heart of digital transformation to achieve the promise of sustainability of “ leaving no one behind”. The objectives related to inclusiveness need to be embedded in the foundations of digital transformation.

Digitalization has also emerged as the main driver for sustainable development. Businesses are using digital tools to map their environmental footprint and assess the impact of environmental shifts on their business. The focus of the businesses is on how digital transformation can enable firms to become successful while contributing to achieving SDGs. However, the emerging trends are still unexplored on how they are reshaping the market conditions in which organizations operate. Enabling sustainable innovation, these technologies have also created new threats such as cybercrime and privacy loss. While digital transformation is certain, its direction is still uncertain. The true transformative potential of digital technologies can only be realized if it is ensured that the digitalization benefits economies, societies and the environment, and embeds inclusion at its core.

The lead theme for this conference echoes the SDG agenda. They are the critical appraisal of both the empirical and theoretical efficacy of the development goals, effectiveness evaluations of the various metrics used to characterize the goals, and proposals on alternative decision-making tools underpinning sustainable development solutions, in the unfolding world following the Covid-19 pandemic.

We invite all relevant policy makers, academic researchers, think-tank specialists, corporate leaders, and doctoral students to attend this conference. Participants are encouraged to attend and present their ideas and views (through academic or practitioner papers) by submitting their work on the conference lead or subordinate themes.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Extended Abstracts of original research papers are invited on the conference theme and in all areas of management including:

Finance and Accounting

  • Financial Markets
  • Corporate Finance
  • Digital Finance
  • Behavioural Finance
  • Computational Finance & Financial Econometrics
  • Financial Reporting & Regulations
  • Accounting Ethics
  • Crypto Currencies
  • FinTech, AI & ML
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Emerging Trends in Corporate Finance & Corporate Governance
  • Market Structure & Algorithmic Trading
  • Financial Inclusion & Payment System
  • MSMEs Competition, Cluster Development & Financing
  • Blockchain Technology,Smart Contracts & Digital Currencies
  • Aggregate & Food Inflation

Management Information Systems

  • IS For a Green and Sustainable World
  • Dark Side of Technology
  • ICT for Development
  • Business Focused Data Analytics
  • Economics of IS
  • Digital Business Models and Innovation
  • Cyber Security, Privacy, and Ethics Of IS
  • Governance, Strategy, and Value Of IS
  • General IS Topics
  • Financing Energy & Sustainability

Marketing Management

  • Digital Marketing & E-commerce
  • Shopper Behavior & Compulsive Buying
  • Sustainable & Green Marketing
  • Ethical Marketing
  • Evolving Marketing Strategies for Vocal for Local (Make in India)
  • Changing Role of Government Policies on the Market Economy
  • Future of Retail Marketing
  • Consumer Psychology
  • B2C Marketing & its Challenges

Sustainability

  • Economic Sustainability
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Socio-cultural Sustainability
  • Climate change, Environmental Management
  • Green Infrastructure,Urban Ecology
  • Waste Management & Pollution Control
  • Urban Energy Transition
  • Food Waste Recovery
  • Green Manufacturing
  • Green ICTs.

HRM & OB

  • Emerging Nature of Hybrid Work Engagement
  • Work from Home Challenges & Opportunities
  • Evolving HRM in the Context of AI
  • Human Resource Practices & Firm Performance
  • Diversity in Work, Talent Management & Employee Engagement
  • Selection, Assessment & Organizational Development
  • Safe & User-Friendly Work Environments
  • Leadership Development & Coaching
  • Performance Management
  • Health & Well-being at Work
  • Positive Organisational Behaviour
  • Neurological & Biological Underpinnings of Work Behavior

Strategy

  • E-Governance
  • The Lean Start-up
  • Shared Value Creation
  • Open Innovation
  • Platform Business Models
  • Networked Business Models
  • Industry Convergence
  • Public-Private Alliance
  • Managing Cross Border Businesses
  • Managing Contracts of Strategic Importance
  • Technology and Innovation
  • Corporate Social Responsibility & Firm Strategy

IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract Submission deadline: 01st September, 2022
Full paper submission deadline: 01st October, 2022
Registration deadline: 25th October 2022

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

I. SUBMISSION GUIDELINES OF RESEARCH PAPERS

Please submit the extended abstract in a min. 1500 and max. 2500 words (excluding references). Your abstract should cover the following aspects:

  • Research Gap and Research Problem
  • The Objective of the Study and Summary within 250 words
  • Research Methodology
  • Findings of the Study
  • Implications of the Study

II. FORMATTING:

The entire abstract submission (title page in Title Case, abstract, main text, figures, graphs, tables, references, etc.) must be in ONE document using one of the following formats:

  • Portable Document Format (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx)
  • Figures, graphs, tables, appendices, and references should follow the American Psychological Association (APA) Style Guide.
  • Use Times New Roman 12-point font, double spaced, 1-inch (2.5 cm) margin all around, and 8.5” × 11” page setting. References may be single spaced.

Sustainable Finance & ESG Investments Seed Class


DATE & TIME

Wednesday & Thursday, 24&25 August, 2022

7:00am – 8:30am EST

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Julie LaBelle, jlabelle@gbsn.org


Sustainable finance and ESG impact investment are amongst the most potent tools to help address some of the fundamental challenges that modern society is facing. 

On Wednesday and Thursday,  24-25 August at 7:00am EDT, GBSN for Sustainable Finance and ESG Investing Impact Community will be hosting a two day Seed Class designed to explore ways to integrate values and skills associated with ESG investing into curricula. There have been challenges associated with how to integrate ESG into teaching, research, and operations across our academic communities. Our goal with this initiative is to “plant seeds” around ways to incorporate sustainable finance in a more holistic way.

The GBSN for Sustainable Finance & ESG Investment IMPACT Community serves as a forum for taking Sustainable Finance to the next level. The goals of this Impact Community are to improve the perception and the management of risks and opportunities associated with ESG factors, contribute to unlocking sustainable financial flows and positively impact the societies in the developing world, and making local businesses more perennial and sustainable. With the GBSN mission in mind, this Impact Community aims to increase awareness and support from a North to South perspective and to increase cooperation from a South to South perspective.

Date & Time

Wednesday & Thursday, 24 & 25 August

  • Singapore: 7:00 PM
  • Beijing: 7:00 PM
  • Sao Paolo: 8:00 AM
  • Washington DC: 7:00 AM
  • Lagos: 12:00 PM
  • Cape Town: 1:00 PM
  • Dubai: 3:00 PM
  • Mumbai: 4:30 PM

Moderator

Professors

  • Viviane Torinelli

    Co-Founder Brazilian Alliance of Sustainable Finance and Investments (BRASFI)
    Guest Professor FDC for Sustainable Finance and Investment
    Brazil
  • Felipe Calderon

    Head, Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business
    Asian Institute of Management (AIM)
    Philippines

Agenda

Day One (90 mins) Wednesday, 24 August (7:00am EDT /12:00pm BST/ 11:00pm SGT/ 12:00pm WAT)

Goals of the Impact Community 

Aditya Singh, Director, Athena School of Management, India

Session A: Banks as Drivers of Sustainability 

Felipe Calderon, Head, Washington SyCip Graduate School of Business, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines

Small Group Discussions 

Closing Remarks

____________________________________________________________________________________________

Day Two (90 mins) Thursday, 25 August 25 (7:00am EDT /12:00pm BST/ 11:00pm SGT/ 12:00pm WAT)

Session B: From ESG Risk to Sustainable Finance and Investment

Viviane Torinelli, Co-Founder Brazilian Alliance of Sustainable Finance and Investments (BRASFI), Guest Professor FDC for Sustainable Finance and Investment, Brazil

Small Group Discussions 

Closing Remarks & Call to Action 

Registration

This virtual informational session is free of charge, but seats are limited. Please secure your participation by registering using the button below.

About GBSN Impact Communities

GBSN Impact Communities bring together scholars and business practitioners to address management and entrepreneurship challenges relevant to emerging economies. This creates knowledge, experiences, and relationships. Interest in forming learning communities is growing, with new ones emerging in human rights, sustainable energy, healthcare, and community-engaged learning.

Global ESG and Sustainability Summit

LOCATION: Online

WHEN: 25 AUGUST

8:00am EDT

Driving positive change.

Stress on organizations today is unprecedented. More than ever before leaders need to be equipped to understand and respond to rapidly changing conditions and ensure the continued sustainability of their organizations.

Our environment, society and the essential governance thereof is firmly interwoven into our future. We have a collective responsibility to pivot and transform our organizations to create, preserve and avoid the erosion of value and ensure that we effectively steward our limited resources for future generations.

Join us, as global experts help us challenge the assumption that our current economic models can expand indefinitely, and ask ourselves the uncomfortable questions that no one dares to ask. Can we find innovative solutions that grapple with the complexities ingrained within our environment and implanted deep within our society? Investigate the latest developments in governance from global thought leaders, and catalyse new ideas as we all work towards a sustainable future.

Join us for a globally interactive conversation about ESG, Sustainability and beyond – what we do now affects our future. 

This Global Summit is hosted by the Good Governance Academy in association with Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), The South African Business Schools Association (SABSA) and Global Business School Network (GBSN).

Supporting organizations include the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD), Central and East European Management (CEEMAN), Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), Globally Responsible Leadership Initiative (GRLI) and Association of African Business Schools (AABS)

Date and Time

Thursday, 25 August

  • 07:00 – 09:30 CT
  • 08:00 – 10:30 ET
  • 13:00 – 15:30 BST / UK
  • 14:00 – 16:30 CET
  • 14:00 – 16:30 South Africa
  • 16:00 – 18:30 UTC
  • 17:30 – 20:00 India
  • 22:00 – 00:30 Sydney

Register

Please complete the online registration form.

Jobs That Don’t Yet Exist: Urban Air Mobility

LOCATION

Online, Zoom

Date & Time

Wednesday, 27 July | 9:00am ET

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org

Session #2: Urban Air Mobility

The task of universities and business schools is “to prepare graduates for jobs that do not yet exist.” These jobs of the future are being created right now by leading businesses worldwide.

In the second session of this Innovation Series Korn Ferry and GBSN are excited to host Esina Alic, CEO of Res Novae Group and former President and CEO of Insitu Inc, an unmanned aviation company, to explore the urban air mobility jobs that don’t exist yet. We will discuss how this industry developed, the current landscape of the unmanned industry, and how companies are continuing to innovate. Additionally, we will consider the hard and soft skillsets business schools need to equip their student with to help them be competitive in the urban air mobility sector. We encourage business students and alumni, as well as the staff and faculty who are helping them navigate careers in a rapidly changing world to join us for this interactive session.

Speakers

  • Esina Alic

    CEO
    Res Novae Group
    USA
  • Grace Chew

    Principal, Regional Account Lead and Program Director
    Korn Ferry
    USA

Date & Time

Wednesday, 27 July

9:00am – Washington DC
8:00am – Lima
2:00pm – London
3:00pm Geneva /Cape Town
4:00pm Nairobi
6:30pm Mumbai
9:00pm Singapore
10:00pm Tokyo

About the Partner

About Korn Ferry

Korn Ferry is a global organizational consulting firm that works with its clients to design optimal organization structures, roles, and responsibilities. Korn Ferry helps them hire the right people and advise them on how to reward and motivate their workforce while developing professionals as they navigate and advance their careers.

Its 10,000 experts in more than 50 countries deliver on five core areas: Organization Strategy, Assessment & Succession, Talent Acquisition, Leadership & Professional Development and Total Rewards.

More information visit www.kornferry.com

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