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Transforming Lives: Developing Leaders to Drive Prosperity in Emerging Economies

Event Details

Date/Time:
Mon, August 27, 2018
06:30PM - 09:00PM
Venue:
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena
Location:
99 Irrawaddy Road, Singapore, Singapore 329568
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Registration Period:
05/23/2018-08/28/2018
Price:
$14.00 US includes drinks and light bites before the speaker.No charge for current students and class of of 2018.
Contact:
GSB Alumni Relations
650-723-4046

Please join fellow Stanford alumni to hear from visiting faculty Jesper Sorensen, Director, Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED):

How can Stanford contribute to economic growth and prosperity in some of the poorest places in the world? This session will introduce you to the Seed Transformation Program (STP), which aims to enable CEOs/founders in developing and emerging economies to lead their regions to greater prosperity. Currently operating in West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa and India, the STP offers opportunities for Stanford faculty, students and alumni to engage with and learn from dynamic business leaders working in challenging environments. We will discuss the STP model and its impact, lessons learned, and opportunities for engagement.

GSB Professor Glenn Carroll, Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, will also be attending the event. Prof. Carroll was the Dean’s Visiting Professor, National University of Singapore Business School, 2009-2013 and is the Faculty Director for Stanford-N.U.S. Executive Program in International Management. 

The event will be at  Singapore's newest eco-friendly hotel, Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena. Come early for drinks and light bites before the presentation.

Monday, August 27

Time:  6:30-7:15pm Sunset cocktail & lite bite from private rooktop deck (22nd floor)
           7:15-8:15pm Presentation and discussion
           8:15pm  Socialising 

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