As every year, the IE Global Alumni Forum will take place, an event that brings together Alumni from IE Business School who are invited to attend and have the opportunity to strengthen their network.

Last year over 1,000 managers and entrepreneurs from 43 countries met in Madrid and explored ways to exit the economic crisis. Experts including Joaquín Almunia, Luis Rojas Marcos and Bernardo Kliksberg addressed economic crisis, the continuous fight against poverty and the management of critical situations.

This year our Global Alumni Forum will take place in two different locations, namely Lima and Madrid on the 25th of March and on 30th of September respectively.

Diego del Alcázar – President of IE explains the importance of the event:

“In this first 2011 Global Alumni Forum, key players from the world of politics and entrepreneurship will be joining us to share their vision of the importance of innovation, entrepreneurship and academia. Peru was the venue of the APEC and ALC-UE forums in 2009, which resulted in it becoming a reference for both local and international investment.

In the Lima and Madrid Global Alumni Forums we’re aiming to add yet another successful event to those of previous years. At our last Forum in Madrid I had the pleasure of seeing over 1,500 of you who had travelled from countries around the world to be here, showing that together we form a dedicated network of global leaders.”

We look forward to seeing you on March 25th!

Fore more information on the Global Alumni Forum in Lima, Peru; please click here.