It ‘s with great pleasure that I share with you another update on our global activities.
In this edition, we want to illustrate what has happened during the recent weeks with a review of AAIC and as well as concrete activities that have been undertaken since.
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AAIC Cartagena was an amazing conference! More than 280 global Alumni delegates were present, and the Congress Committee did an outstanding job by putting in hundreds of man-hours over the course of a year of preparations. The agenda designed by AAI was excellent and everything came together magnificently in Colombia.
Joining the AIESEC Youth with over 1000 AIESECers, we could really get a sense of one global family, one true AIESEC movement.
In addition to meaningful and well-delivered sessions (you’ ll find links to the material below), the AIESEC Alumni elaborated on Vision 2020+ based on the 10 Key principles that had been released before the AAIC in the EB-report at the beginning of June.
One of the decisions was to establish global Task Forces (TF) for enabling the global Alumni Leadership to
It is my pleasure to present to you our July Newsletter. In this edition, we will present the Global Startup Awards, the largest independent startup competition. We’ll also report on some recent events:
The biannual gathering of GAMMA, a group of former MCPs and AAIs (1997-99), who recently met for a productive week in
Change is the only constant. Smart companies and individuals all over the world are embracing this concept. Even large corporations realize that if they are to survive the next waves of disruption, they must include innovation into their DNA.
The startups, however, are the engines that push the boundaries of what we think