Archive for the ‘Social’ Category

17
Feb

Italy Club Dinner

Written on February 17, 2017 by Campus Life in Geographic, Social

This Pre-Christmas dinner was thought to enjoy the best Italian food tradition and promote networking between IE Business School students.

The event was held in Pizzeria Reginella (Calle de Modesto Lafuente n. 76, near Nuevos Ministerios Metro station), where the entire restaurant was booked for the club and the Student who decided to come and enjoy this wonderfull cuisine.
 
The Buffet Menu consisted of the following dishes: Italian Burrata and Mozzarella di Bufala tasting; Prosciutto crudo di Parma and Salami; Bruschette; Chef’s Pizza selection from Neapolitan tradition; Bread & Two drinks (soft drinks, beer or wine).

The experience and the restaurant were great, and we all had a wonderful time while enjoying some of the best food from Italy!

 

 

12
Jan

Sign Up! Sustainability Consulting Nespresso Challenge

Written on January 12, 2017 by Campus Life in Professional, Social

Don’t miss the chance to represent IE at this years’ Sustainability Consulting MBA Nespresso Challenge! Run by the world’s premium coffee brand, this competition is internationally acclaimed and a chance to show off your talent and passion within the sustainable and consulting sector.

Teams will prepare a case study and then compete in front of an IE judging panel on the 30th Jan to win the chance to participate in this years’ competition.

Please email participant names to Netimpact@ie.edu. As a requirement teams must consist of four people, if you do not have a group – not to worry- send us an email and we will be delighted to assign you one.

You can check competition and prize details here!

21
Dec

Korean Dinner hosted by the IE Korea Club

Written on December 21, 2016 by Campus Life in Geographic, Social

 On 29th of September 2016, IE Korea Club organized a Korean dinner party at a decent Korean restaurant near Sol & Opera Metro stations. The club invited all IE members who love or never had Korean food before, and more than 60 IE students attended the party.

The menu proposed to the guests was authentic Korean cuisine, through diverse dishes prepared following the traditional recipes. The event started with Kimchijeon (Kimchi pancake), Japchae (stir-fried starch noodles with beef and vegetables) and more than 10 kinds of Banchans(side dishes) as starters.

The main course consisted of the most loved Korean dish around the world, Bulgogi (BBQ Beef) and Jeyuk Bokkeum (spicy pork BBQ) and Bibimbap (rice topped with prepared vegetables, beef and seasoned red chili pepper paste, Gochujang).

During the dinner, clubs members walked around the hall and explained about food, wearing Hanbok, traditional Korean dress. The club also played K-Pop music video on the screen though the event to give guests a sense of current Korean culture.

At the end of dinner party, all guests were invited to join lucky draw and quiz about interesting facts of Korean culture. Most of them won Korean cosmetics and liquors as a gift. They appreciated the dishes and the enjoyable atmosphere that contributed to create an opportunity for networking and understanding Korean culture more.

21
Dec

2016 IE Social Responsibility Forum

Written on December 21, 2016 by Campus Life in Professional, Social

The 2016 IE Social Responsibility Forum took place on November 12th at social co-working space Espacio Geranios. Over 120 students and professional came together for a day of speeches, panels, and interactive workshops. Students from a variety of programs at IE Business School were joined by social sector experts to explore the idea of making real impact through sustainable business practices.

Neo Moreton (Urban OM & Golden Guru) led the day off with a talk on social entrepreneurship, positivity, and purpose. Next, representatives from Fundación Tomillo, Greenpeace, Embrace the Wild, and PwC held a roundtable discussion on CSR, followed by another panel on social entrepreneurship by representatives from Economía del Bien Común, Bridge for Billions, Comparte, and Economía de la Comunión. TEAMLABS and Emzingo were kind enough to lead workshops on design thinking and sparking one’s creativity, and founder of GOAL Global John O’Shea capped the event off with a talk on helping the less fortunate through social entrepreneurship.

The IE Net Impact Club would like to thank each of our guests and participants for being there to share their amazing ideas and experiences. It was a great day of conversations that are critical for the business leaders of tomorrow!

1
Dec

Chinese Café: Discover China

Written on December 1, 2016 by Campus Life in Geographic, Other Activities, Social

chinese-cafe17th November, IE China Club organized the first event of the year, at María de Molina 4. Our participants came from different programs of IE University, including students from Segovia campus. Throughout this event, China Club promoted Chinese culture and shared the latest economic phenomenon about China.

The event started by welcome message and China Club’s activities plan of upcoming year by the newly on board IE China Club president Un I Wong. The project leader Shuai Shen, presented the event and introduced our team of Chinese teachers to participants, every participant was assigned a “learning buddy” during this academic year.

Afterwards, participants were invited to join a quiz about interesting facts of Chinese economy and society. In the next part, the vice-president Sirui Huang did a presentation about Chinese online influencer and their business model.

During the event, our club prepared traditional Chinese tea and snacks to all the participants and showed the authentic Chinese art of calligraphy as a gift to participants.

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