Impressions & Voices, Berlin 2017


The Pinnacle Summit of the Global MBA Community

The MBA World Summit is about shaping a Global Leadership Community. In every year it invites the 100 most inspiring MBA students from business schools worldwide. All of them will be involved in co-creating the agenda for a four-day Summit, which focuses on the three pillars of nurturing a collaborative culture, facilitating high-impact exchange and championing interdisciplinary approaches to global business problems.

A Creative “Laboratory” for Collaborative Exchange

The MBA World Summit is by far “The” platform where the collective voice and wisdom of the most innovative and passionately collaborative MBA students is heard.
To this end, many participants prepare a series of experimental workshops, termed ’Summit Laboratory Sessions’, to share their knowledge and incubate emerging ideas during the course of the Summit. These workshops span an eclectic gamut of topics and provoke vigorous discussion amongst the participants, helping to forge strong relationships amongst this group of upcoming global business leaders.

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Official Program: MBA World Summit

This year, the MBA World Summit will take place in estonishing Berlin and again, we invite the 100 most inspiring MBA-students from the worldwide leading business schools to spend four days talking about topics they are passionate about and tackling global (business) issues.

After three sucessful editions in Hong Kong, Barcelona and Miami, we are happy to host the MBA World Summit for the first time in its home country.

Take a look into the official program of the MBA World Summit to learn more about the four exciting days the 100 participants will spend in Berlin.

The Pinnacle Summit of the Global Leadership Community: Download the Official Program here!

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Associate Expert, International Trade Center (UN / WTO) | Geneva Area, Switzerland

Annegret Brauss is passionate about contributing to the sustainable development of the global economy. In her current position at the International Trade Centre, she supports organizational innovation as well as the competitiveness of small- and medium sized companies from developing countries. Before, she was working for four years at an international management consulting company focusing on the strategic development of energy companies in Europe and China. Annegret studied Business and Chinese Studies in Oxford, Tuebingen and Beijing.

QX: Annegret, looking back on your path of life, apparently, “China” has been a leitmotif for you. How come?

Annegret: I have always been interested in exploring different cultures and already as a teenager I went out to explore the world. During a holiday to China, I became intrigued by the mix of the modern and traditional culture and that it was so different from what I had seen before. Hence, I decided to study Mandarin – and could not let go of it ever since.

QX: What topics did you mainly work on during your time in...


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