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SP Jain fuels conversations and ideas with 3 key events in Singapore

With three key events – Visiting Wisdom Guest Lecture, SP Jain Alumni Mixer and The Future of Customer Experience (CX) Dinner with The Ortus Club – it was all about fuelling conversations and ideas for SP Jain School of Global Management (Singapore) on 28th February 2019.

Topics: Alumni, GMBA, Singapore, Postgraduate, Visiting Wisdom at SP Jain

SP Jain hosts its first Corporate Partners Meet in Dubai

SP Jain School of Global Management hosted its first Corporate Partners Meet on 22nd January 2019 in Dubai. The event was attended by over 120+ corporate partners from around 30 companies. The guests also included our GMBA students and alumni.

Topics: Alumni, GMBA, DUBAI, Global Events at SP Jain

SP Jain welcomes the Postgraduate cohort of January 2019 at Singapore campus

SP Jain School of Global Management is thrilled to welcome 106 students including 50 Master of Global Business (MGB) and 56 Global MBA (GMBA) students from 8 nationalities to its January 2019 cohort of tri-city postgraduate programs.

Topics: GMBA, MGB, Singapore, Postgraduate, Orientation, Global Events at SP Jain

Overview of Commodity Derivatives Exchange in the City of Gold: Dubai

The city has historically been an international hub for the physical trade, not only for gold, but also many other commodities. Hence, a visit to the Dubai Gold & Commodities Exchange (DGCX) was a must for the students of PG Global Finance & Bachelor of Business Economics - to understand its role and process in the UAE with regional and international contexts. The visit happened on 23rd March 2017.

Established in 2005, DGCX was the region’s first commodity derivatives exchange and has today become the leading derivatives exchange in the Middle East. Students learnt that DGCX is a subsidiary of Dubai Multi Commodities Centre (DMCC), a strategic initiative of the Government of Dubai, with a mandate to enhance commodity trade flows through the Emirate. It does so by providing the appropriate physical and financial infrastructure, market, and services required. The Management team of DGCX comprises senior personnel from the commodities, securities and financial services industries, bringing a wealth of experience and expertise to ensure the success of DGCX.

Topics: GMBA, Finance, BEC

Alumni Mixer in SP Jain’s Dubai Campus – January 2017

S P Jain School of Global Management’s Dubai Campus organised an Alumni Mixer on 28th January, 2017, which was attended by the esteemed alumni from the GMBA Program.

Topics: GMBA, Alumni mixer

Another Successful and Fruitful Alumni Mixer at the S P Jain, Singapore Campus

 

Topics: MUMBAI, GMBA, MGB

Singapore Computer Society and S P Jain, Singapore Embark on a Brand New Relationship

 

28 September 2016 marks a start of a strategic relationship between Singapore Computer Society (SCS) and S P Jain School of Global Management, Singapore campus.

Topics: MUMBAI, GMBA, MGB

Convocation Day 2016 at Dubai Campus

 

Topics: GMBA, MGB, DUBAI, EMBA, Graduation Day

SP Jain hosts Cultural Night to Welcome Postgraduate Students to the Singapore Campus

From Learning about A New Culture to Being Part of It

Every semester, S P Jain welcomes a new batch of students to the Singapore campus. With the tri-city campus model, new students arrived at the campus after completing two semesters in Dubai and Sydney respectively. Singapore is their last stop, where they end their twelve months’ journey together.

Topics: GMBA, MGB, Singapore

Emma Heap – MD of Foodpanda, Singapore joins students for a guest lecture at Singapore Campus

Today, technology has changed food from being not only sustenance but also a part of our lifestyle.

Some weeks back, Emma Heap – Managing Director of Foodpanda Singapore, shared how ‘Digital Commerce’ has impacted the food and beverage industry. With a high spirit that was evident throughout her seminar, she introduced the firms Rocket Internet and Foodpanda and also explained how it’s like to work for them. To summarise Rocket Internet in one line, they are not investors, but builders!

With a focus on markets other than USA and China, especially on the Southeast of Asia, Rocket Internet and Foodpanda are aiming to disrupt the internet based business. Emma also shared insights on how today’s consumer needs and wants differ from before because of the changes that internet has brought, especially when it comes to food consumption.

Topics: GMBA, MGB, Singapore, Visiting Wisdom