09 Mar 2010
London Business School’s Gay and Lesbian Network is proud to present EUR OUT 2010. The event aims to build a common network in Europe across Business Schools and is targeted to LGBT MBA students and alumni.
EUR OUT 2010 commences on Friday 12 March with keynote addresses from Gavin Wills (Managing Director of Goldman and Sachs) and Tim Monger (Partner and Managing Director of The Boston Consulting Group). They will provide a unique perspective to the audience on the role of diversity in their companies, and what their LGBT employee networks represent for their institutions.
Along with a compliment of London Business School alumni and students, EUR OUT 2010 will see the presence of more than eighty students and alumni from Europe and the United States with representation of business schools including Wharton, Columbia, Harvard, ESADE, IESE, Insead, Instituto de Empresa, Cass Business School and Manchester Business School.
EUR OUT 2010 is a first time event in Europe whereas the Reaching Out Conference in the US, the largest LGBT MBA event worldwide, has been on now for over ten years now. The event represents a truly unique opportunity to further strengthen the commitment to diversity, while giving greater visibility to London Business School in the global MBA network.
EUR OUT 2010 is a weekend event with activities continuing on Saturday and Sunday 12th and 13th of March, where international guests can enjoy the cultural aspects of London via a walking tour and a private visit to the Tate Modern.
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