IESE alumni recognized as innovative global entrepreneurs
MBA Career Forum starts today with more than 40 companies seeking talent
Hurricanes, earthquakes and floods have roiled the globe in recent months. In the aftermath of these natural disasters, multinational companies may play an important role in relief efforts, especially if governments fall short. And, as Prof. Sebastian Reiche writes, recent research shows that corporate philanthropy is not only the right thing to do, but may also help multinationals to establish deeper roots in the places they do business.
Prof. Pankaj Ghemawat is on the shortlist to receive the Thinkers50 Strategy Award, which recognizes global excellence in management thinking. Winners will be announced at a gala on Nov. 13 in London. Best of luck and congratulations!
IESE’s latest seed capital fund, Finaves V, has made its first investment, supporting fintech start-up Marketpay, co-founded by alumnus Ricard Forn (MBA '01). Marketpay enables secure escrow payments in the sharing economy.