28 – 30 January 2015, London
Inspired by the LSE's school motto Rerum Cognoscere Causas – "to understand the causes of things", RCC Conference brings together top managers, world-renowned academics, influential policy makers and selected students to debate contemporary issues, collaborate on solutions, and define best practices.
RCC Conference is an exclusive event for the CEMS Alliance, a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies aiming to set a global standard of excellence for pre-experience Master’s in management.
Information on this year's speakers will be announced soon.
Taking part in the RCC Conference is an exceptional way to address an array of top-level international students who are keen on discussing and debating the burning questions that should interest all future leaders.
2014's speakers included CEO of Vodafone Group, Vittorio Colao; MEP and President of the Union of European Federalists, Andrew Duff; CEO of Bain & Company Italy, Giovanni Cagnoli; Co-Head of Goldman Sachs Italy, Massimo Della Ragione; and more.
In January 2014, we welcomed 150 master's students from the CEMS network, including Bocconi, ESADE, HEC Paris, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, National University of Singapore, RSM, University of St. Gallen, and of course, LSE.
RCC Conference 2015 is organised by CEMS MIM students and the CEMS Office at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Daniel von Janowski President
Marie-Anaelle Janus Vice President & Corporate Relations
Anna Mattsson Social Activities
Anne-H. Monsimier Communications
Carlo Duerbeck Speakers & Networking
Guillaume Dubois Alumni & Marketing
Levent Altunel Finance
Muhammet Sevim Adviser to Committee
Maryane Mwaniki CEMS Programme & Corporate Relations Manager, LSE
Lucy Porter CEMS Programme Administrator, LSE
Jean-Michel Villot CEMS Programme Coordinator, LSE
Our deepest thanks to:
Dr. Emma Soane CEMS Academic Director, LSE
Prof. Michael Barzelay Head of Department of Management, LSE
Lars Oehler (CBS, LSE)
Emmanuelle Aubert (HEC, LSE)
Lorenzo Casalini (Bocconi, LSE)
Muhammet Sevim (RSM, LSE)
Nemo Rime (St. Gallen, LSE)
Philipp Hannemann (FGV, LSE)
Trieu Pham (Nova, LSE)
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