you know the number one reason deans, faculty and the public and private sector
participate in the 2011 Annual Conference?
Answer: Networking! As the leading network of business schools across
the globe, this is the place to meet and engage with like-minded peers. And we
are focusing helping you connect like never before with some opportunities
available only in Mexico City: a chocolate, wine and molé tasting, tea
breaks, a cocktail hour, welcome reception, even a trip to the famed
pyramids. You’ll have more opportunities than ever for getting to know
Sometimes the best networking is done (and friendships made) when you put on
your walking shoes, roll up your sleeves and meet each other beyond the
breakout session. I encourage you to consider extending your stay by one day to
join us to visit the Teotihuacan
Pyramids. This half-day tour will take participants to some of the largest
pyramidal structures built in the pre-Columbian Americas.
This year we have made networking a main focus of the conference, allowing
participants to learn more about institutions and organizations working in the
sphere of management education and emerging markets. We hope to build upon this
conference by promoting ways to partner, collaborate and engage in new programs
among our member institutions and partnering organizations. We love hearing
about all of the fellowships, scholarships, and partnerships that started from
relationships made during the conference every year.
Want to start networking before Mexico City? Sign up for GBSN Connect today and start your profile.
GBSN connect lets GBSN Members and friends network online through
personal and institutional profiles, workspaces, discussions, polls and
surveys. Log on today!
I look forward to seeing you in Mexico City.
Are you registered for the 2011 conference yet? Click here
to sign up today!