CEMS Alumni of the Year 2018- Young Leader Nominee: Akilnathan Logeswaran

“Akil is an Activist for Human Rights & a passionate Advocate for a united Europe.”

“Akil is an Activist for Human Rights & a passionate Advocate for a united Europe.

Akilnathan Logeswaran

26 Apr 2018

CEMS Welcomes C.H. Robinson as a New Corporate Partner

C.H. Robinson is one of the world’s largest third party logistic providers—delivering innovative supply chain solutions to more than 113,000 customers across the world. Whether you need truckload services, ocean or air shipping, supply chain consulting, or more—they use the strength of their knowledgeable people, proven processes, and global technology to provide unmatched connectivity, capabilities, and experience.CEMS spoke with Ramon Lith, Talent Acquisition Manager for C.H. Robinson Europe, to learn more about this great partnership.

1) Could you briefly describe C.H. Robinson’s corporate culture?

09 Mar 2018

Sustainable Business Models event kicks off semester at NHH

NHH Norwegian School of Economics delivered an extra ‘kick’ to start the semester with a two-part Responsible Global Leadership seminar (RGL) over three days focusing on responsible management and sustainable business models. The event involved students from NHH as well as Copenhagen Business School (CBS) and ESADE Business School (ESADE).

RGL seminar part of CEMS strategic partnership project

26 Feb 2018

Secrets of Success: Poland Takes Center Stage

CEMS students voted SGH, Warsaw School of Economics (SGH) as the CEMS School of the Year for the 2016-2017 Academic Year. The team at SGH believes the reason CEMS students feel so positively about their experience is that the school offers high-quality curriculum elements (i.e. highly interactive classes delivered by experienced professors and practitioners). The students are also highly engaged in an active SGH community and the central location in Poland and Europe gives the school and students great access to the business world as well as many tourism opportunities. CEMS caught up with the SGH CEMS Team of Aneta Szydlowska, Grzegorz Augustyniak, and Miroslaw Jarosinski to learn more.

Academic Excellence and Corporate Opportunities

26 Feb 2018

Catching Up with CEMSies: Anniken Winther with Maersk

Many CEMS graduates have chosen to work with CEMS Corporate Partners. In this interview series, we investigate how they have been doing. Today, we catch up with Anniken Winther who completed her CEMS MIM Programme with Copenhagen Business School and the University of Sydney Business School. She is participating in the Go with Maersk Graduate Programme in the commercial function.

Why did you choose to work with Maersk?

07 Feb 2018

Liberal Arts and the Business World

“At the heart of disruption in any industry is creativity. Sometimes, executives need to break the rules and think outside the proverbial box. They can develop that mindset through the study and practice of literature, music, art and science.” – Roland Siegers, CEMS Executive Director speaking with the Hechinger Report on the need for liberal arts in business education. Read more here:http://hechingerreport.org/opinion-business-schools-new-artsy-edge/

01 Feb 2018

CEMS Welcomes H&M as a New Corporate Partner

Starting with a single womenswear store in Västerås, Sweden in 1947, the H&M group has become one of the world’s leading fashion companies. The H&M group joins together more than 161,000 colleagues from different backgrounds and nationalities across the world with the goal of making sustainable, good-quality fashion accessible to as many people as possible. CEMS spoke with Sandra Ottosson HR Project Manager at H&M to learn more about this great partnership.

1. Could you briefly describe H&M’s corporate culture?

08 Jan 2018

Training for diversity starts with a difference

This article first appeared in The Australian, Australia 29 Nov 2017, written by Sian Powell.

Between them, Alicia Bergere from France, and Erran Su, born in China, speak nine languages.

21 Dec 2017