Archive for the ‘Professional’ Category


Last Tuesday members of Net Impact Club had a community dinner event at La Vaqueria Montanesa.  We bonded over delicious, locally sourced food while discussing topics related to sustainable business practices. La Vaqueria Montanesa is a restaurant dedicated to simplicity and honesty in their business. As members of Net impact we love that they focus on being “green” and source their meat directly from ethical farmers whose cattle roam free. This was a fantastic event to get to know one another and Madrid better while enjoying some of the best caprese salad, and roast chicken one can find!

Sidney Wilson

Net Impact Club


Data has some Big ideas for Energy

Written on March 25, 2019 by Campus Life in Professional

We had the pleasure to host a fantastic presentation yesterday from Quintas Energy explaining how they are using big data to obtain a very solid picture of the complex and heterogenic components affecting the management of solar plants. By doing so they are able, not only to monitor de performance and operations real time but to forecast the financial projections and hence gaining an easier access to capital.

Representatives from many companies from the sector attended as well and we had a super enriching networking experience afterwards.

Thank you to all the participants and to IE.


Segovia Debate Club- MUN

Written on March 19, 2019 by Campus Life in Other Activities, Professional

In the next two weeks, the Debate Club have been preparing to attend two MUN conferences, WorldMUN hosted by Harvard in Madrid and GIMUN in Geneva. The two conferences are happening within days of each other, (WorldMUN 18th – 23rd March and GIMUN 23rd – 30th March) and two separate delegations are attending. 

 For WorldMUN we have a total of 11 delegates , including three from the Madrid Campus. For Geneva we have a total of 8 delegates and one chair all from the Segovia Campus.  


All delegates have been preparing for the conference since January, attending 6 public speaking sessions as well as MUN training to go over what resolution writing is, how to write position papers etc.  Gratefully, the trip to both Madrid and Geneva is being funded by Campus Life, The School of Global and Public Affairs, as well as the Business School. 

All the delegates are extremely excited for this opportunity where they are able to put into practice the different skills and knowledge gained in classrooms as we have a variety of International Relations, Business, Politics Law and Economics as well as dual degree students attending the conference. We hope for a good experience for all our delegates and are expecting amazing results from the conference. 


First Urban Mobility Club event

Written on March 19, 2019 by Campus Life in Professional

Yesterday we hosted the first Urban Mobility Event at IE Business School. It was a beautiful meeting and we had the chance to discuss mobility trends for Spain, the role of the regulators and how will this booming market affect car manufacturers.

The event was hosted by Gildo Seisdedos (coFounder blockchain4cities and IE Business School) and the panelists were: Marta De Eusebio (Country Manager MOVO), Jorge Jurado Filippi (CMO @World Wide Mobility), Andrea Vota (Public Affairs Manager @Flash), Manuel Trigo (Head of Business Development Karhoo | A Flit Technologies’​ company and Ricardo Conesa Martinez (Automotive Program Director IE Business School).

Special thanks the club co-founders Angel Matias Centeno, Juan Manuel Gordon Llavona and Caterina Sofía Viqueira and to Elina Tretiakova (Talent and Careers from IE Business School) for her support.


Antoni Tapies. Private tour

Written on March 14, 2019 by Campus Life in Professional

The Arts&Business club was very happy to host a visit of the travelling exhibition of Tapies, organised by Christies this week. A great opportunity to discover famous works of one of the most influential Spanish painters of the last 50 years. Once again a great opportunity to meet our members, discuss the arts and our upcoming events.

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