International Business Days 2016
On November 9th & 10th, the International University of Monaco hosted its International Business Days 2016.
“Shaping your international career path” was the global topic of this International Business Days 2016, during when students and alumni got a better and precise understanding of skills in demand and recruitment processes in the most competitive industries and companies.
These 2 day event gathered around 60 companies (UBS, Piaget, Nielsen, Frost & Sullivan, BDDO, CONNECT DG, Banque Edmond de Rothschild, PUMA, SEVENDOTS, to name a few) and 300 students and alumni on the Monaco campus. 160 « speed biz dating » (recruitment) sessions were also organized.
The International Business Days 2016 covered main four themes:
1. STRATEGIC INSIGHTS – DISRUPTION IN TRADITIONAL BUSINESS AND INVESTMENT IN DIGITAL TALENTS
Presentations that highlight the current and emerging challenges in developing talents in a highly fast moving and technology driven environment.
Digital disruptions have thoroughly changed the searches for talents in all the industries. From the L’Oreal strategic and global perspective, to Frost and Sullivan expertise and to ConnectDG Digital recruitment experience, this theme raises crucial questions about educational and business abilities to adjust their talent development programs to a fully connected world.
2. DISCOVERING INDUSTRIES, COMPANIES AND JOBS
The global theme brings together human resources managers and top executives of international companies to discuss human challenges of companies, talent acquisition strategies and specific job markets trends in the main fields: banking and finance, luxury goods and services, marketing, communication and media, business consulting and sport businesses.
3. DISCOVERING MONACO OPPORTUNITIES
An immersion into the Monaco economy and the specificities of its job market. This theme reviews the legal constraints, visa and work permits for job seekers as well as the processes to set up a business in the Principality. This year, the theme highlights the Shipping industry in Monaco, one of the largest sectors, although unknown, whose international exposure fits particularly with the profile of IUM students and Alumni.
4. BRANDING AND SELLING YOUR PROFILE
These workshops are specifically designed to support the internship/job search efforts of students and alumni.
For more information on our programs, visit our website