Monthly Archives: November 2017

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IMSG’s students visiting the “Body Worlds” exhibition

2017-12-05T08:45:35+00:00 28 November, 2017|

On Tuesday 28th November 2017, IMSG’s students went to Palexpo to visit “Body Worlds”.This major exhibition presented this autumn in Geneva reveals the secrets of our anatomy. “Body Worlds” - The life cycle exposes anatomical studies of human bodies, from birth to death. A unique preservation process unveils, by transparency, the functions of our body.

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Political breakfast at the Geneva Company Leaders Circle with Mr Serge Dal Busco

2017-11-27T13:11:25+00:00 21 November, 2017|

On Tuesday 21st November 2017, at the Geneva Company Leaders Circle, the IMSG’s students had the privilege to exchange with Mr. Serge Dal Busco, State Counselor in charge of the Finance Department for Geneva’s State. On this occasion, Mr. Dal Busco described the 2016 financial year, as a satisfying and soothing one. Debt declines, thanks to [...]

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Doctoral Seminar: Myths and Rites of Postmodern Consumption

2017-11-21T11:19:14+00:00 21 November, 2017|

On Saturday 16th December 2017 from 9 am to 4 pm, Prof. Pascal Lardellier, teacher-researcher and specialized author in information and communication sciences, will give a lecture on the representations of the sacred in organizations, myths and rituals that build our personal and professional environment. Doctoral seminar open to all - Free admission A Canadian meal [...]

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Junior Chamber International Geneva presented to IMSG

2017-11-21T09:35:48+00:00 20 November, 2017|

On Thursday 16th November 2017, Marion Tétafort, President of JCI Geneva and Adélaïde Charrière, Executive Vice President National Comity Event, presented their organization to the International Management School Geneva’s students. JCI is a nonprofit organization of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. Active citizens [...]

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An emotional graduation ceremony for the 2016-2017 IMSG promotion!

2018-01-16T15:30:24+00:00 14 November, 2017|

On Friday 10th November 2017 was held the 2016-2017 class students of the International Management School Geneva graduation ceremony. On this occasion, the IMSG had the privilege to use, the Calvin Auditorium, a chapel holding a significant place in the history of the city of Geneva. The whole network of the school had gathered on this [...]

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”The forest as a common denominator”, an exceptional debate between Luc Barthassat and Benki Piyako

2017-11-20T10:38:41+00:00 09 November, 2017|

On Wednesday, 1st November 2017, Benki Piyako, "Keeper of the forest, conscience awakener", political and spiritual leader of the Amazonian Ashaninka community, was finishing a tour in Europe where he pleaded for the people’s rights. He thus met Luc Barthassat, State Councilor in charge of the environment department, Transport and Agriculture (DETA) at the “Geneva company leaders [...]

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IMSG’s students travel through Geneva in the “Geneva company leaders circle”’s tramway

2017-11-10T11:21:50+00:00 09 November, 2017|

On Thursday 26th October 2017, IMSG’s students celebrated the new Geneva company leaders circle tramway, which will circulate within Geneva throughout 2018. For approximatively one hour in the CDE privatised tramway, while a cocktail was being served, the students met and exchanged with many business leaders from the Geneva area, who, like them, were delighted to [...]

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