Did you ever think that the topic of Corporate Social Responsibility could impact you in your career? It is a topic of growing importance that has started effecting not only the highest managers but all employees of a company. To find out more, come to the 2014 UAA Symposium in Budapest from Feburary 21st to 23rd to discover: “Corporate Social Responsibility: how it will impact your career”. Top managers from our Corporate Partners as well as Alumni and Honorary Alumni from our UNITECH network will lead the debate on this topic.
To foster these discussions we have organized a series of talks and workshops. Among the speakers we have Andrea Cuomo, a Corporate Partner who became Honorary Alumnus in the early days of the UNITECH Programme. He is currently the Executive Vice President of STMicroelectronics and will speak about the relationship between Innovative Corporations and the principles of Corporate Social Responsibility. We also welcome a speaker from our new Corporate Partner Johnson & Control. Dieter Kerkhoff, Director New Technologies & Campus Lead EU, will speak about Value Centered Leadership and its impact for employees. Moreover, we are very glad to welcome Evonik again, as a proof of their constant interest and commitment to share business insights with the network. In addition to the interesting speakers, the programme also includes long breaks for networking, a guided tour in Budapest and meals in typical local restaurants.
If you wish to join, please use this link to sign up. Your partner is very welcome to join as well. Please note that the number of participants is limited to 65 people and that the registration is open until December 8th. Since one of the feedbacks we have gotten regarding the UAA Symposium relates to the cost of the event, we are happy to announce that you can attend the complete programme, including accommodation in a four star hotel, for only 199 €!
Want to find out more about the UAA Symposium? Have a look at this video from last year: http://youtu.be/EzaPzVYWCXs
We are looking forward to seeing you in Budapest!
Your UAA Council