Unexpected Opportunities in Central Europe: A Bet On Tortillas That Became A Baker’s Dozen.

A mechanical engineer by training, after his time at top companies like Bosch, Valeo and Accenture, Omar Ayala saw an opportunity and decided to start his own venture.  As a Mexican national living in Central Europe, and given an increasing demand not just for top-quality baked goods, but also imported Mexican foodstuffs, Omar launched www.latortilleria.eu. And…

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Nepal, Spain, France, Iran, England… A young and ambitious IEU BBA graduate shares how he made his move from Asia to Europe.

Anup Satyal (AS) is one of those graduates that really impresses when you get the chance to catch up with him.  Originally from Nepal, Anup came to IE University’s BBA program after having looked towards European bachelor degree programs that could offer something different versus what would have been more conventional schools in the US,…

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Coding at the World Economic Forum, AI (and Community Outreach) at Salesforce, and the High Impact Leadership Program.

IE University doesn’t just offer full degree programs, but through it’s Exponential Learning arm it offers several non-degree programs, including Executive Education programs such as the High Impact Leadership Program (HILP).  In a recent interview, IE’s Director for Europe and Central Asia Joël McConnell (JM) got the chance to connect with Mark Schuster (MS) to…

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Dimitrios Spiliopoulos: Leading Engagement Actions on Campus, Making the Elusive Triple Jump at Graduation, and Becoming an IoT Expert.

London is a great location to find some of IE’s finest alumni, who are doing the most interesting work. Recently IE’s Regional Director for Europe, Joël McConnell (JM), had the chance to catch up with International MBA alumni Dimitrios Spiliopoulos (DS) to discuss his time on campus at IE Business School, and how he made the…

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