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Latest posts from the LSE Enterprise in Spain blog|

  • Programme at LSE as an opportunity to boost your career
    Before travelling to the UK I had heard a lot about the good international reputation of LSE and the success of LSE`s graduates. For this reason, when I was given the grant for a programme abroad, my first choice was LSE.
  • Urban Tech Talk: Intelligent Technologies and Networks for the City of the Future
    A recent panel discussion hosted by LSE Enterprise Germany in cooperation with Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic and Berliner Wirtschaftsgespräche e.V. brought together a diverse group of stakeholders at the Tegel Sky Conference site to discuss how Berlin can accelerate its drive towards becoming an even more ecological, modern, economically innovative and socially just place to live, work and thrive.
  • LSE Enterprise welcomes students for the second Global Dimensions Programme
    This week 26 final year undergraduates from Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) and sister universities arrived at LSE for the six-month Global Dimensions Programme. The programme is divided into a ten-week academic course and a four-week applied programme in preparation for a 12-week internship at a London company.
  • Learning best practices, sharing experiences, making connections
    Custom training and executive education programmes at LSE have differentiated themselves in being interdisciplinary and wide-reaching in scope of topical coverage, offering multiple perspectives on current issues and debates, yet very targeted when it comes to addressing specific clients’ needs.
  • LSE Enterprise welcomes new chairman
    We are delighted to welcome the new Chairman of LSE Enterprise Limited, Richard Wildman. Richard, who took his BSc in Economics at LSE in 1982, is returning to the School following, amongst other things, 24 years in leadership roles at Accenture.
  • Entrepreneurship roundtable with LSE alumni
    “With low costs and high spirits, Berlin is home to a vibrant atmosphere and diversity which opens up space to give even riskier ideas a go” Christian Thiel, Manager, LSE Enterprise Germany    Christian joined a panel of alumni in Berlin to discuss their startups, ranging from organic snacks to corporate accelerator programmes. He organised the roundtable as part of […]

 
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The Crisis and Local Government: From Austerity to Internationalisation

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Book now for the 2 May Catalan Observatory workshops on Public Policy and Austerity: Reshaping the Quest for Efficiency and Internationalising Local Government and Smart City Branding (May 2012)

 
Chamber of Commerce appointment

'Spain on EU handouts? I don’t see it.'| Adam Austerfield is optimistic about Spain's future on BBC Radio 5 (March 2012)

 
Meghnad Desai

Asian Giants - a talk by Professor Lord Desai|

Lord Desai in conversation with Adam Austerfield at the Hay Festival, Segovia

 
LSE Enterprise in Barcelona

Leading the way out of the crisis? The Barcelona solution|  (February 2012)

A public lecture by Antoni Vives, Barcelona's Deputy Mayor for Urban Habitat, and Vicente Guallart, Barcelona's Chief Architect, will take place on 22 February at LSE

Update: read about the event|

 
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The future of the airline industry |(February 2012)

Antonio Vázquez, Chairman of Iberia, will speak about the future of the airline industry as part of the LSE strategy and leadership in Spain series held by LSE Enterprise and the Spanish Chamber of Commerce. All are welcome to the talk and reception, which will take place at LSE on 15 February.

Update: read about the event |

 

News prior to 2012|

 

Latest posts from the LSE Enterprise in Spain blog

  • Programme at LSE as an opportunity to boost your career
    Before travelling to the UK I had heard a lot about the good international reputation of LSE and the success of LSE`s graduates. For this reason, when I was given the grant for a programme abroad, my first choice was LSE.
  • Urban Tech Talk: Intelligent Technologies and Networks for the City of the Future
    A recent panel discussion hosted by LSE Enterprise Germany in cooperation with Berlin TXL – The Urban Tech Republic and Berliner Wirtschaftsgespräche e.V. brought together a diverse group of stakeholders at the Tegel Sky Conference site to discuss how Berlin can accelerate its drive towards becoming an even more ecological, modern, economically innovative and socially just place to live, work and thrive.
  • LSE Enterprise welcomes students for the second Global Dimensions Programme
    This week 26 final year undergraduates from Universidad Europea de Madrid (UEM) and sister universities arrived at LSE for the six-month Global Dimensions Programme. The programme is divided into a ten-week academic course and a four-week applied programme in preparation for a 12-week internship at a London company.
  • Learning best practices, sharing experiences, making connections
    Custom training and executive education programmes at LSE have differentiated themselves in being interdisciplinary and wide-reaching in scope of topical coverage, offering multiple perspectives on current issues and debates, yet very targeted when it comes to addressing specific clients’ needs.
  • LSE Enterprise welcomes new chairman
    We are delighted to welcome the new Chairman of LSE Enterprise Limited, Richard Wildman. Richard, who took his BSc in Economics at LSE in 1982, is returning to the School following, amongst other things, 24 years in leadership roles at Accenture.

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