UvA in Carré 2017

We are proud to announce that ‘UvA in Carré’ once again will present an inspiring selection of speakers from top companies in September and October 2017. The speakers will share their latest business insights and inspire students with their personal stories during this annual speakers series which will be held in the Royal Theatre Carré.

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2017 programme overview:

Friday 8 September: Business in 2027

  • Vodafone Ziggo: Jeroen Hoencamp, CEO
  • KPMG International: Lord Michael Hastings, Global Head of Corporate Citizenship
  • George Molenkamp Sustainability Prize

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Friday 15 September: The Digital Transformation

  • CPNB: Eppo van Nispen, Director
  • ING: Jeroen Prins (ING Senior Customer Journey expert)

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Friday 22 September: Marketing in the Digital Age

  • L’Oréal: Kevin Capota, Director Digital
  • Google: Boukje Taphoorn, Industry Leader Integrated Marketing
  • Unilever: Stephen Dowling, Senior Global eCommerce Director

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Friday 29 September: The Globalisation of Business

  • Starbucks: Martin Brok, President EMEA
  • Ahold Delhaize: Hanneke Faber, Chief Ecommerce & Innovation Officer

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Friday 13 October: Made in Amsterdam 

  • Digital Shapers: Marelle van Beerschoten, Founder
  • TomTom: Harold Goddijn, CEO
  • Instock: Freke van Nimwegen, Co-founder
  • Award ceremony for the Isaac Roet Prize 2017

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Please note: the Friday 13 October session will take place in The Royal Concertgebouw instead of Royal Theatre Carré.

About UvA in Carré

'UvA in Carré' is organised by Amsterdam Business School and hosted by Royal Theater Carré. Alumni, employees and relations of the Amsterdam Business School, and students of MSc in Business Administration and the Executive Programme in Management Studies are invited to attend. All lectures will take place in Royal Theater Carré on Fridays from 13:00-15:00, with the exception of the last lecture which will take place in The Royal Concertgebouw.

Published by  Economics and Business

12 September 2017