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From formal conferences and thought-provoking workshops to social drinks receptions, we are proud to offer our alumni a wide variety of events.
LSE Management Alumni London meet upLSE Campus, Thursday 22 June 2017, from 6pm
Join fellow management alumni for an informal evening of networking and conversation over drinks and canapés. This is an opportunity to make new connections and share your ideas with Alumni Ambassador, Leo Koshutova on how to shape the LSE Management alumni community over the coming year.
Register your place now for free.
Exceptional Evening on Brexit – Two Months on after the Notification – What next?SGPB Hambros London Office, Thursday 1 June 2017, from 7pm
This even is being hosted by our GNAM partner, HEC Paris UK Women. We're delight to open this event up to our alumni.
Learn more and book your ticket.
25 Year Analysis, Design and Management Information Systems (ADMIS) ReunionLSE Campus, Tuesday 4 July 2017, from 11am
Join fellow ADMIS alumni from the class of 91-92 for a reunion on LSE campus. There will be a tour of the campus with the new renovations, meeting professors and current students over lunch.
Please email us to book your place.
10-Year Anniversary eventLSE Campus, Thursday 11 May 2017, from 6pm
Then Department of Management celebrated 10 years from its inception with keynote speeches, live entertainment and opportunities to network over drinks and canapes with alumni, staff and students.
LSE, in association with HEC Paris, were delighted to offer our alumni an opportunity to hear from Professors Jeremy Ghez and Saul Estrin as they discussed the impact that tech giants Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple (GAFAs) are having on the wider world.
The Department of Management and the Human Resource Management Alumni Special Interest Group were delighted to host LinkedIn's UK Country Manager, Joshua Graff, to discuss the company's vision to generate economic opportunity for every member of the workforce around the world.
Alumni of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) gathered for an evening with Professor Nicholas A. Christakis of Yale University.
Professor Christakis shared an insight into his research on the structure and function of human social networks and explained how a better understanding these can help improve the world we live in.
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