Seminar Venue - Shangri-La Eros, Meeting Room-1 19, Ashoka Rd, Janpath, Connaught Place, New Delhi
Date - Sunday 12th February 2017
If you are considering studying an Accounting, Marketing, Finance or Management qualification in 2017, get a flavour of what it is really like to study at one of the top 1% Business Schools in the world and to be part of the Henley community.
Professor Sotiris Tsolacos from Henley Business School holds a Chair in Real Estate Finance. He was previously the Director of European Research at Property & Portfolio Research where he was responsible for delivery of the company’s research and portfolio strategy services in Europe. Prior to that he was with Jones Lang LaSalle in London.
He will be in Delhi to share his views about the "The long-term impact of demonetisation on the Indian economy".
This is seminar session is an incredible opportunity to meet with member of staff and faculty from Henley Business School in Delhi.
The event is designed to give you more information about Henley Business School and our programmes.
17.30-18.00: Registration & Networking
18.00-18.20: Welcome by Chris Rice-Head of Recruitment Marketing
18.20-18.40: Discover: Your questions answered
19.00-20.00: Seminar Talk from Professor Sotiris Tsolacos
20.00-20.30: Final Q&A +Close
Whilst the event is for Henley offer holders for September 2017, we've opened a small number of places for those currently in process of applying or keen to know more about Henley Business School. The event is FREE of charge, however due to limited availability please confirm your attendance as soon as possible.
Once booked, if for any reason you are unable to attend please remember to cancel your booking in advance.
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