Nordic Alumni Event in Oslo
- Datum: 2017-04-04 kl 17:00 – 20:00
- Plats: Nydalsveien 37, Oslo BI Norwegian Business School
- Arrangör: BI Norwegian Business School
- Kontaktperson: Noelia Ollvid
Please join fellow Uppsala University alumni, along with alumni from universities in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Iceland and Norway in the first joint Nordic Alumni Event in Oslo April 4th, 2017.
Uppsala University will be represented at this alumni event and we would be so happy if you would come by, say hi and network with other alumni from the Nordic universities.
Register for the event here: www.bi.edu/registrationnordicevent
17:00 – 17:30 Registration and light refreshments
17:30 – 18:45 Lecture + Q&A with guest speaker Professor Amir Sasson (see presentation below)
18:45 – 20:00 Networking
Date: April 4, 2017
Time: 17:00 – 20:00
Venue: BI Norwegian Business School
Address: Nydalsveien 37, Oslo
Room: A1-030 (Follow signs from the main reception)
The event is free of charge.
Link to the event: www.bi.edu/nordicalumnievent
Please bring your business cards for the lucky draw!
Professor Amir Sasson
Guest speaker Professor Amir Sasson takes an eclectic approach to both life and research. He has lived in five different countries, has travelled for more than a year around the world and continues to do so, and has learned economics, law, management and sociology. He speaks three languages on daily basis, sometimes all three in one sentence. Questions left unanswered motives his research endeavours. He has been answering questions relating to business models (of banks as well as Professional Soccer Clubs), the return on entrepreneurship, ensuring adequate access to debt capital to entrepreneurs, competitiveness for high cost countries and lately the transformation of strategy and logistics. He is passionate about network theory and network-based business models.
Amir will speak on revitalizing the western economies. Technology will change the way we do business. While this is almost given how will the economies look like? A vision for a new market structure that fundamentally will change value creation in western economies will be presented.
Amir Sasson is a professor at BI Norwegian Business School and the Director for External Funded Research and Innovation. Amir Sasson has a PhD from BI, Norwegian Business School. He has been a lecturer at University College Dublin, EIR, and a visiting scholar at Stanford University, USA, and The Technion, IL. He has published at top journals in the field of business models, network theory, interorganizational relations, entrepreneurship, and industrial competitiveness. He has recently headed (together with Torger Reve) a large national research project on the competitiveness of Norwegian industries, Knowledge-Based Norway.