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Title:
1. Columbus Symposium
When:
27.10.2010 - 29.10.2010 
Where:
FH Salzburg - Puch - Salzburg
Category:
Columbus Symposium Events

Description

 

The Columbus Symposium is the first in a series of annual conferences to promote future CSR investments for a global debate on sustainable and social responsible business in strong emerging markets. Angola, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Libya and Serbia will be the focal point of the Columbus Symposium (April 22nd - 24th).

Analyzed market research and in-depth information will offer you a comprehensive insight into the markets of these countries and will provide you with a framework for successful future CSR Investments.

The Symposium will welcome prominent leaders from around the world to gather in Salzburg for unlimited business networking opportunities. Thus, the conference will provide a unique sponsorship platform to position your corporation and management at the leading edge of profitable investments amongst global CSR leaders.

Highlights of the 2010 Symposium

 

  • Over 300 selected visitors
  • World famous guest speakers
  • Representatives of the featured countries Anticipated Event Demographics
  • 200+ business leaders from central Europe
  • 40+ successful business leaders from the selected countries
  • 20+ organizations actively involved in CSR-related investments
  • 15+ members of key media partners
  • 30 selected high profile students from around the world
  • 15+ students and professors from participating universities in the selected countries

 

 

Venue

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Venue:
FH Salzburg   -   Website
Street:
Campus Urstein - Urstein Süd 1
ZIP:
5412
City:
Puch - Salzburg
Country:
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Description

The Fachhochschule Salzburg (FHS) Salzburg University of Applied Sciences - offers interdisciplinary, bachelor and master programmes geared to the needs of the labour market in the innovation-oriented areas of Information Technologies, Business and Tourism, Media and Design, Health Studies and Social Work as well as Wood and Biogene Technologies.

FHS actively participates in the European Higher Education Area and the international scientific community to assure and increase its academic quality within the framework of the following strategic objectives: i) employability of graduates as experts in high demand in their fields at the European and international labour market that are still aware of their regional roots ii) fostering of a stimulating and open-minded campus atmosphere iii) sustenance of values of mature European citizens, who are open for new and diverse developments and who act responsibly and sustainably in accordance with the European Union as a peace-keeping community.

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