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Friday, July 17, 2020

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KPMG Graduate Recruitment Program 2020
Webinar

We are excited to announce the kick-off of the KPMG Graduate Recruitment Program 2020 in Greece. You can find all necessary information on their website.

They are initiating this effort with a Virtual Webcast called KPMG Foundation day for Graduates (Date: Friday 17 July 2020 | Local Time: 11.00-13.30) and are inviting all native Greek speaking graduates to register online to this event. Fluency in Greek and formal registration is required to join this event: Registration link

The event is public and open to all graduates who wish to get to know KPMG and the career paths they are offering in Greece in Audit, Tax & Advisory services. Their aim is to familiarise participants with their services, culture, the application process and to help prepare for their Virtual Assessment Day that will take place on Friday 4 September 2020. Early October KPMG will be ready to welcome new joiners in their offices in Athens, Greece!

If you require further information please contact KPMG at GraduateProgram@kpmg.gr

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The Institute for Global Pandemic Planning: Developing a Warwick response to COVID-19
Online

What happens next? From exit strategies to local lockdowns, how our research is informing public health interventions.

As communities around the globe exit from the coronavirus lockdown, you can learn more about how Warwick academics are informing the debate on the exit strategy.

The Provost, Professor Christine Ennew, will be joined by Dr Mike Tildesley and Dr Oyinlola Oyebode. Along with responding to your questions, they will discuss Mike’s role in developing the workplace model as part of the UK government’s exit strategy and Oyinlola’s expertise on the role of individual choice and the responsibility of government in shaping public health interventions to support those communities most at-risk from the virus.

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Warwick London Prof. Network Webinar - Lord Bilimoria, Founder and Chairman of Cobra Beer Partnership
Webinar

 The London Professional Network is hosting on Friday afternoon at 17:30 featuring Lord Karan Bilimoria, Founder and Chairman of Cobra Beer Partnership, President of the Confederation of British Industry.

In this exciting webinar for Warwick Business School, Lord Karan Bilimoria shares his experience building Cobra, a world-renowned beer brand. From growing a small business to navigating a joint venture with a major multinational, this talk will offer invaluable insights for budding entrepreneurs and seasoned professionals alike. Lord Bilimoria will address these questions:

  • What does it mean to be "bold in business"?
  • What lessons can the Cobra story teach entrepreneurs and MBAs about launching new ventures?
  • How are today's FMCGs innovating?
  • How can businesses be resilient in uncertain times like the COVID pandemic?

James Hayton, Pro Dean and Professor of Entrepreneurship at Warwick Business School will be introducing this talk.

 

Please find the link to register here.