ESCP’s student society Zenith - Political Lab are delighted to invite you to their event, ‘Brexit political chaos: How can business respond?’
This evening event will be a private but informal discussion about the implications of Brexit and politics in general on business. Invited are final year bachelor students and two professors from Penn State University, Behrend College from the USA, plus Tobin James, Regional MD for Tempur Sealy. They will join a discussion led by Professor Joe Miemczyk, local academic director (London) of ESCP’s top-ranked Master in Management programme.
The event will look at the business implications of and responses to the current political chaos over Brexit in the UK and how this is being viewed from ‘across the pond’ in the US. ESCP students are encouraged to attend both the discussion and to carry on the conversation over drinks afterwards and to exchange with students from the USA.
- Tobin James, Regional Managing Director (UK, Ireland and Benelux), Tempur Sealy International Inc (NYSE:TPX)
- Dr. Lena Surzhko-Harned, Assistant Teaching Professor of Political Science and a Senior Policy Analyst at the Public Policy Fund at Penn State University, Behrend College
- Dr. Christopher Harben, Professor of International Business at the Black School
This event is open to students currently based at ESCP’s London campus and others by special invitation. Places are limited to just 15, so registration is mandatory. To book your spot, please click here: https://escpeuro.pe/2Q0iakZ
About Zenith - Political Lab
Zenith - Political Lab is an ESCP student association with the purpose of bringing politics, economics and current affairs to the attention of students not only as abstract objects of interest; but as an experience of dialogue, community and productive conflict. Their main objectives include hosting focus groups, working on specific political issues with the guidance of former politicians, professionals or field experts, and the organisation of conferences covering a wide range of subjects including, but not limited to, technology, public administration, information, digitalisation, industrial development and cultural integration from a European perspective.