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Press Releases from IMD Business School (4 total)

IMD LAUNCHES INTERACTIVE ONLINE CONTEST - GO BEYOND WHAT YOU THINK IS POSSIBLE

Lausanne, Switzerland October 4, 2010 IMD launched today an interactive online contest called Go Beyond What You Think is Possible. Unique to the education sector, the contest gives participants the chance to win an executive education program and become a part of IMDs alumni network. The contest is live at web site. Go Beyond What You Think is Possible is designed around IMDs values: Open, Collaborative and Pioneering. The

IMD 2010 World Competitiveness Yearbook rankings Singapore, Hong Kong and the US …

May 19, 2010 For the first time in decades, Singapore (1) and Hong Kong (2) have topped the USA (3) in IMD’s World Competitiveness Yearbook rankings. They are so close, however, that it would be better to define them as the leading “trio”. In the first 10 places: Australia (5), Taiwan (8) and Malaysia (10) also benefit from strong demand in Asia. Switzerland (4) maintains an excellent position characterized by strong

Van Oord family establishes new IMD MBA scholarship for candidates from developi …

May 6, 2010 The van Oord Family Association, in charge of the charity activities of the family, and the IMD MBA program announced today the creation of the van Oord Scholarship. According to Jan Kornelis van Oord, Chairman of the Charity Committee of the Family Association, the objective is to provide partial IMD MBA tuition fees for a candidate from a developing country whose advancement / progress has been strongly influenced by

IMD and EPFL in Lausanne, Switzerland to host 30th annual Babson College Entrepr …

The 30th annual Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), co-sponsored by IMD, a top-ranked business school based in Switzerland, and the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), is scheduled for June 9 - 12, 2010, in Lausanne, Switzerland. The BCERC, widely considered the premier conference for entrepreneurship research, was established in 1981 to provide a dynamic venue where academics and real-world practitioners link theory and practice, and to encourage and