Faculty of B&E enables free participation in GBSN international conference on management and entrepreneurship education for sustainable development


Dear colleagues* in research, teaching and administration, dear students,

the Global Business School Network aims to impact sustainable development worldwide through education, research and community engagement (https://gbsn.org/purpose/). The focus of this international network of renowned universities is on improving access to quality, locally relevant management and entrepreneurship education for the global south. The Leuphana respectively the Faculty of Business and Economics is a member of this network.

This year's annual conference of the network will take place virtually November 9-13 2020.
There are very exciting tracks for all groups (students, faculty and administrators) of all faculties:




For students: "The month of October is filled with career development opportunities, workshops, webinars, a student competition, virtual career fair, and Faculty Simulation Lab." I would like to emphasize the opportunity to participate in a team task in October (“interdisciplinary, team-oriented, interactive digital competition experience, that drives solution development in their local communities. We are moving beyond the traditional competition and allowing for absolute creativity and exploration for sustainable humanitarian solutions”) about medical supply, supply chain under corona conditions (https://gbsn.org/conference/gbsn-beyond/student-competition-the-humlog-challenge/).

Participation in the conference is usually quite expensive. This year, the Faculty of Business and Economics has acquired an institutional registration, which allows all members of Leuphana to participate in the conference and all workshops and offers in advance free of charge.

If you are interested, please contact me by mail.

Best regards

Simon Burandt