12
Feb

Europe and Middle East Networking Coffee

Written on February 12, 2014 by Campus Life in Professional

Net working coffee 1Net working coffee 2On Thursday, February 6th the IE Europe and Middle East Business Club kicked off with its first event: a networking coffee. The event was a great way to present the club to the IE community and share experiences and ideas about the region and the future of the club.

 Many guests were present at the event, including MIM students, MBA students, Alumni, and coordinators of other clubs from North Africa and the Middle East. While having a cup of coffee many useful insights were gained by the EME Club coordinators regarding the general interests of the IE community and the possibility of future collaborations with other Clubs. Additionally the event served the purpose of allowing students from different programs to network and exchange opinions.

 The Club coordinators are very happy with the acceptance of their first ideas and about the inputs they gained from different discussion throughout the event.

3
Feb

IE Africa Club organizes the first African Dinner

Written on February 3, 2014 by Campus Life in Geographic

IE Africa Club Coordinators Jeanine Muokwe & Michael Burke with the President Octavia Manaka

IE Africa Club Coordinators Jeanine Muokwe & Michael Burke with the President Octavia Manaka

On Friday January 23, 2014 the IE Africa Club held their first African dinner of the New Year, welcoming more than 60 of their classmates to the Ethiopian restaurant Hannan in Madrid. The goal was to bring a group of IE students together to better understand and enjoy some of the great food and culture that the African continent has to offer. Students from both the November and April IMBA intakes were in attendance along with a handful of MIM students.

Africa3The night kicked off with traditional Ethiopian appetizers. During appetizers and drinks, guests were welcomed to participate in an African trivia game, which tested their knowledge of both cultural and geographic aspects of the continent. Diner was served and included an array of shared platters that held a sampling of several different Ethiopian dishes. The winning trivia team was invited to participate in a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony following dinner, where the coffee was freshly roasted and consumed.

The IE Africa Club focuses on raising awareness of the African continent, with a particular focus on business opportunity. On February 25, 2014 all students and faculty are welcome to join IE Africa Club for the annual Africa Day event. This event will bring together those interested in conducting business on the continent for an afternoon and evening of executive keynote speakers and a panel discussion on the changes necessary to sustain and improve growth in Africa. The current guest list includes several representatives from global multinationals and consultants with operations in Africa, as well as representatives from African embassies and consulates based in Madrid. We hope to see everyone there.

For those interested in trying Ethiopian food, Restaurant Hannan can be found here in Madrid at Calle de la Ventura Rodriguez 3, Madrid, Spain.

3
Feb

Professional Panel for startups from Spain in Tel-Aviv

Written on February 3, 2014 by Campus Life in Geographic

israel2On Monday, January 20 IE Israel Club Madrid Chapter organized a Professional Panel with IE alumni for startups from Spain in Tel-Aviv, Israel. The visit to the Tel-Aviv was organized by “La Caixa”, through its venture capital division, Caixa Capital Risc.

Caixa Capital Risc promotes and organizes a number of activities and initiatives aimed at promoting synergies and national and international networking between the businesses supported or invested. The aim is to support entrepreneurs in its search of markets, sectors and individuals that may be key to the development of their business.

The aim of this visit is to show a group of 15 Spanish entrepreneurs the Israeli ecosystem and what the area can offer to the entrepreneurs’ projects: investment, business development/collaboration, acceleration, etc. The Spanish entrepreneurs met the Israeli IE alumni for a discussion about the opportunities in the local eco-system. IE alumni who live and works in the Israeli startup scene shared their experience, tips and knowledge on innovation and entrepreneurship.

If you are interested in learning more about the Israeli eco-system or you are planning to visit Tel-Aviv, contact us at Israel.Club@ie.edu

23
Jan

Mixed Team Competition

RULES

There will be 2 different technical climbs and 1 speed climb. Climbers compete in teams:

4 players minimum and 6 players maximum per team
Gender requirements: At least 1 woman per team

Max 12 players (2 teams) per school allowed

SCHEDULE

Friday, May 10th

8am to 5pm

Interested? Drop an email to R&BClimbing.Club@ie.edu

22
Jan

R&B Climbing Club offers new climbing courses

Written on January 22, 2014 by Campus Life in Sports

INITIATION CLIMBING COURSE:

This course is for people who want to learn how to climb from the beginning, acquiring the necessary techniques and practice safely this impressive sport.

AIMS:

To acquire the basics about gestures and safety for autonomous climbing.

CONTENT:

Basics about using the climbing material.

Gesture techniques: postures and movements.

Safety: how to use the safety systems.

Lead climbing on equipped routes.

DURATION:

5 days/10 hours

Monday to Friday or weekends

*Ask for other options

Price: 95 €/person (2h/day, Monday to Friday)

          115 €/person (four days: two afternoons during the week + weekend)

Includes the rent of all the necessary material.

* For this course it is not necessary to fulfill any special physical conditions or to have any experience.

 

INDOOR CLIMBING COURSE:

AIMS:

To acquire basic gestures, to learn and practice the basic techniques of safety

To learn how to use and enjoy the most the indoor climbing.

CONTENT:

Developing of gestural techniques.

Safety

Climbing with pulley: basic skills

DURATION:

2 days/4 hours

Two sessions of 2 hours (during week or weekend)

*Ask for other options

Price: 55€/person (rock shoes and material rent included)

* For this course it is not necessary to fulfill any special physical conditions or to have any experience.

 

If you are interested or have any questions, get in touch with the club at R&BClimbing.Club@ie.edu

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