LEADERSHIP SUMMIT BRAZIL 2012

Ivy City is proud to present you the Leadership Summit Brazil 2012:

The summit is an annual debate about the economic development of Brazil taking place at Fundacao Getulio Vargas on Oct 19 from 8:30 till 17:30 (Sao Paulo time). Leadership Summit Brazil is an online event where students have the possibility to post their questions on www.facebook.com/lsbrazil and www.twitter.com/lsbrazil to challenge Brazilian leaders with questions from abroad. These questions will be selected and answered by the speakers. The webcast allows students to watch the debate live and interact through Skype video calls, Twitter and Facebook, by asking questions to some major players in the world’s economy. The summit is a series of debates between main business leaders and academic researchers on six key themes: a) Economy, b) Energy and Sustainability, c) Agribusiness, d) Capital Market, e) Infrastructure, and f) Human Capital. Some of the confirmed participants are:

Patricia Moraes – Head of Investment Banking, JP Morgan;
Luiz Sorge – Managing Director, BNP Paribas;
Jose Carlos Martins – Executive Director of Strategy, Vale;
Antonio Carlos Ortiz – Vice President and Head of Rural and Retail, Rabobank;
Marco Andre – Director of Human Resources, Santander;
Jorge Maluf – Senior Partner, Korn-Ferry;
Alfredo Assumpção – President, Fesa.

Last year Harvard Business School, Yale, Stanford, HEC Paris, Stockholm School of Economics, Bocconi, ESADE and many others participated in the event and this year it can be you!

 

For more opportunities, check out October!

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