Italian CG and IoBM signed an Academic and Cultural Cooperation Agreement at the Conference Room of IoBM Entrepreneurship and Management Excellence Centre (EMEC) in Karachi according to IoBM Public Affairs Section.
This agreement was signed by H.E. Gianluca Rubagotti, Consul General of Italy and by Mr. Talib Karim, Rector, IoBM. The ceremony was attended by IoBM President Mr. Shahjehan S. Karim, students, faculty, management and guests from the Italian Consulate in Karachi.
Under this agreement the Italian Consulate in Karachi will provide IoBM funding and facilitation for teaching Italian language and cultural exchange visits to Italy of IoBM students, faculty and management.
IoBM is a reputed business school which has international academic and cultural linkages with several leading institutions, including student exchange programs and teaching of foreign languages including Italian language.
Dr. Miles Davis, Dean, George Durell Professor of Management and the founding director of the Institute of Entrepreneurship at Shenandoah University delivered a talk at EMEC today ( March 24, 2016) on Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Davis is a proven scholar with over a dozen peer reviewed academic articles and numerous media citations. Additionally, he is the managing partner of The Prosperity Fund, LLC, where he combines his passions for business and religion to support firms using Islamic principles.
Dr. Davis sits on several Boards of Directors, including the Amana Mutual Fund Trust, the most successful and largest socially responsible fund in the world. Dr. Davis can be heard the third Wednesday of every month on The River 95.3 “The Valley Business Today”
The Institute of Business Management (IoBM) was graced by the presence of Kate Sweetman,
who visited the IoBM on February 23, 2016. Sweetman is a leadership consultant and business strategist who has years of experience under her belt and has rendered services in prestigious companies. At the IoBM she presented a talk to the management and staff on Leadership in the age of disruption.
She discussed key points that companies ignore and face limitations in their operations and mentioned ways to rectify these problems.
She enlightened the attendees over how innovation can shift the organization’s focus, hence leading it on the path of progress and development. Kate is a Yale University graduate and has worked at the Harvard Business Review; and is currently the instructor at MIT’s Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship.