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Wednesday 13 March 2013

Regatta ESCP Europe 2013, one of your best memories!

The spectacular island of Ischia from the 9th to the 12th May 2013 is going host the Regatta ESCP Europe, one of the biggest sailing events in Europe entirely organised by ESCP Europe students, reaching now its 6th edition.

European identity but global perspective, over 45 nationalities but just one international soul: this is the Regatta ESCP Europe, a unique event to gather alumni and students from an unparalleled business school. After the success of the previous editions, the Regatta 2013 will host more than 600 participants, 55 sailboats, and an infinite number of occasions to collect incredible memories, an amazing experience that you are not going to forget.

ESCP Europe, the World's First Business School (est. 1819), now celebrates 40 years as a pioneer of cross-border business education in Europe. Is there any better occasion to commemorate 4 decades of this astounding success? Paris, London, Berlin, Madrid and Turin, the 5 campuses of ESCP Europe, will gather once again in an informal atmosphere of sport, competition, fun and networking.

Apart from having fun on board, at the beach parties, or at the elegant Gala Night in the most stunning settings of the island, the participants’ competitive spirit steals the scene during the Regatta Race, a traditional sailing competition amongst five professional crews representing the five ESCP Europe campuses. Non-professionals get to enjoy a taste of the competition as well during the Regatta Cruise. Yet another event, the Social Game by BCG Consulting, challenges students in various physical activities and tests their logic skills, with thrilling contests that will crown only the best.
The news has already started to spread. With a brand new website, new members on the Regatta team,  and an immense will to make the new edition unforgettable, Regatta ESCP Europe 2013 promises to be, once again, an experience that none of the participants are ever going to forget.

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