NUS Biz50 Charity Golf – teeing off in the name of charity

Date: 21 July 2015, Tuesday
Time: All day
Venue: Jurong Country Club
Organiser: NUSBSA/GANO

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Our 50th birthday celebrations continued in full swing with the NUS Biz50 Charity Golf event on 21 July 2015.

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Organised by the NUS Business School Alumni Association, NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni and MBA Alumni-NUS, and supported by GANO, the charity golf tournament was held in place of the annual golf reunion challenge to raise bursaries for financially needy students at the School. “In light of the triple celebrations this year – SG50, BIZ50 and NUS110 – it seemed like a good opportunity to do our bit for charity,” said Tan Boon Chin (APEX MBA English 2003), Chairperson of the Organising Committee. A total of S$448,196 was raised – an amount that far exceeded the initial target of S$300,000 – a testament to our alumni community’s great generosity.

Some 144 business leaders and alumni turned up at Jurong Country Club, eager to tee off in the name of charity. Among them was Peter Yap (MBA 1986), who joked that he was ready for his photo close-up with his prize and gestured to the Lexus that was displayed at the club’s entrance – the prize for the lucky hole-in-one winner. “It’s a fun get-together where we can catch up with old friends,” he said. “This year is extra special since we get the chance to contribute to a meaningful cause.”

Yeo Keng Joon (MBA 1985) expressed similar sentiments. “It’s a good opportunity to give back to the needy,” he said. Keng Joon’s commitment to playing his part for society was demonstrated early on when he started the bursary fund and stood as its founding president. He continues to walk the talk today as one of the charity golf’s platinum donors. Equally generous-hearted was fellow platinum donor Robin Ng (Founding President & Honorary Advisor, NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni), who cited his father, a taxi driver who was tireless in his efforts to help the community, as his inspiration. “We have a social responsibility to help the less fortunate as long as it’s within our means,” he commented. “Education is very important nowadays. Hopefully, the students will benefit from this and, in the years to come, be inspired to pay it forward.” Picking up on the theme of paying it forward was Kong Yuet Peng (MBA 1986), who encouraged alumni members to return to the alma mater and contribute in their own way. “It doesn’t necessarily have to be financial terms,” she said. “If we’re in a position to help the younger generation, be it in the form of widening their network or sharing our knowledge and expertise, then we can act as a bridge for old and new members.”

Spirits were high as participants mingled over a hearty lunch at the terrace while waiting for the game to start. One of them was Chua Lian Tee (Past President, NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni), one of a handful of female players present. An avid golfer, Lian Tee’s love for the game began two decades ago. “I was the first lady golfer to represent the Mandarin Alumni association many years ago,” she shared. Her love for the game – and support for the School – continued unabated as she made it a point to try and attend the golf event every year. Wang Zhongchao (APEX MBA Chinese programme) agreed, adding that he always looked forward to the warm camaraderie during the event. Brahm Majithia (APEX MBA English 2000) was another staunch supporter, even generously sponsoring prizes for the golf game.

The evening dinner was another event highlight. Golfers and guests celebrated together over a well-deserved eight-course dinner while Lee Ming Hui (BBA 2008) reprised his emcee role from last year and kept the audience entertained throughout the night. Gracing the occasion was Minister for Health, Mr Gan Kim Yong who presented the donor appreciation tokens and ‘Best Golfer’ prize. The awards ceremony took place throughout the dinner, with most golfers picking up a prize as the evening progressed either in the lucky draw or for their prowess on the golf course. Prizes were handed out for a range of categories, including the novelty holes, the ‘Overall Best Golfer’ and the coveted ‘Dean’s Cup’. Prizes notwithstanding, everyone was a true champion that night. NUS Business School Alumni president, Sonny Yuen (BBA 1985) said it best: “We’re always happy to get together and support the School in every which way. What matters is not winning the game, but winning hearts.”

Congratulations to everyone who took part this year. Without your active participation and generous support, our inaugural NUS Biz50 Charity Golf would not have been such a smashing success!

Explore Singapore Networking Dinner

Date: 30 July 2015, Thursday
Time: 6:30 pm – 10 pm
Venue: Grand Park City Hall
Organiser: Global Alumni Network Office and MBA Alumni-NUS

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Explore Photo3 Explore Photo1 Explore Photo2Dinner, drinks and networking – this was what the 2015 cohort of the MBA programme had to look forward to after an exciting day exploring Singapore. And what a fitting end it was to the Explore Singapore tour, which took the students on a journey around the NUS Campus and to some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks.

Current MBA student Liz Naglestead set the tone for the evening as she performed her emcee duties to loud cheers and applause from her peers. Adding to the excitement of the night was special guest Joel M. Stern, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Stern Value Management, who gave a lively talk titled ‘Application of Modern Finance: Corporate Governance and Value Maximisation’.

But for many of the students, the highlight of the event was the opportunity to network with those currently on the programme as well as MBA alumni. French student Delphine Günther was impressed by the diversity of the cohort and the mix of cultures. “I am extremely excited to see students from all over the globe,” she said. “I chose the NUS MBA programme because I wanted an Asia-oriented MBA and this is exactly what it is.”

For fellow student Saurabh Gupta, the school’s strong reputation was a key factor in choosing to do his MBA at NUS. “The NUS MBA has the distinct advantage of being a top Asian school. On top of that, the different subject courses offered will provide me a breadth of experiences across industries to help in my career progression.”

Clodimir Bogaert from Belgium also sees great opportunities ahead for him. “The NUS MBA enables me to focus on specific areas of studies, particularly in leadership development,” he explains. “With a good balance between theory and practical application, the programme develops the skills I need to chase my dreams and goals.”

The new cohort also gained valuable insights from MBA alumni such as Chetan Jotwani (MBA, 2012), who attended the event to connect with the incoming students and meet fellow alumni from previous batches. “I really enjoy sharing my personal experiences with the new students, and I hope that it provides them with a better idea of what they can expect from the NUS MBA,” he shares. “I give them the assurance that everything is possible and there are many success stories.”

Too soon, the evening wound to a close but there was no sign of the students or alumni making their way home as many were still engrossed in their conversations. It was a fantastic start for the new cohort, and we extend the warmest welcome to the NUS MBA.

NUSBSA Bursary Dinner & Launch of Student Experience Fund


Date: 4 October 2011 (Tuesday)

Time: 7 – 9:30pm

Venue: NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House

Organizer: Business Development Office


Undergraduate students facing financial difficulties are now able to tap a new NUS Business School Alumni Association Student Experience Award to go on semester-long exchange programmes with prestigious foreign partner universities, thanks to donations from alumni and friends of NUS Business School.

This marks the first time local donors have come together to set up an award to support the school’s undergraduates in overseas exchanges, giving a total of S$278,700 in endowed funds. Their donations will grow to a total of almost S$700,000, after a S$1.50 for S$1.00 matching grant from the Government.

With this fund, at least 11 students are set to benefit from the Student Experience Award every year. Each successful applicant will receive at least S$1,800 to defray their overseas expenses, such as costs of accommodation and daily necessities.

Coming amid uncertainties in the global economic outlook, the award gives deserving undergraduates some welcome financial support in gaining international experience and perspectives at some 100 partner institutions, including New York University, HEC and Beijing University.

Article reproduced from Business Leads, enewsletter of the NUS Business School.

Accountancy Alumni Networking Evening 2015

Date: 26 May 2015 (Tuesday)
Time: 7 pm – 10 pm
Venue: ISCA House, Cecil Street

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Accountancy Alumni Networking Evening 2015 18179037952_8a8ab9ab26_o 18182625975_55eb6c0c5d_oISCA House was once again the venue for our networking event though this time it was only for graduates from our Accountancy programme. It was an evening of fun, laughter and great cheer as  Accountancy alumni  across all years, from the first graduating accounting cohort in 1967 to the latest batch of 2014 graduates came together. For some of our alumni, it was the first alumni gathering that they had attended. It was a chance to reconnect with old friends while mingling with the next generation of young accountants to share their insights and industry experience.

And that was exactly what Mr. Roch Low (BAcc 1984) hoped to achieve. In his speech, Roch shared how he felt proud and fulfilled after being more involved with the alumni community as a student mentor and a Director with NUS Business School Alumni Association. He rallied his fellow alumni saying: “NUS Accountancy has shaped us to be who we are today. Now, it’s time for us to give back and support the  NUS Business School community by being mentors to guide the future graduates and ensure that the spirit of NUS Accountancy stays strong.” Mr Roch Low’s sentiments were shared by Vice Dean of Undergraduate Studies  and an Accountancy alumnus himself, Prof Chng Chee Kiong (BAcc 1987), Prof Chng encouraged alumni to share full time and internship opportunities with our undergraduate students. To help our students gain industry exposure, Prof Chng explained how our students worked on case studies for companies as part of their Management Practicum, and urged the alumni to consider areas where our students could support their companies.

Prof Chng also shared a snippet on the history of NUS Accountancy programme, which accounted for a gap of 16 years between two groups of our Accountancy alumni.

The earlier group of Accountancy alumni started from our pioneer Class of 1967 up until the Class of 1993. Though NUS School of Accountancy moved over to newly formed Nanyang Technological Institute in 1987, NTI graduates continued to have their Bachelor of Accountancy degrees conferred by NUS until 1993. In 2006, NUS relaunched the Accountancy programme as the NUS Bachelor of Business Administration (Accountancy) degree. Thus starting a younger group of alumni who graduated from Class of 2009 onwards. NUS Business School, through its Global Alumni Network Office is hoping to bridge the gap between these two groups by organising an annual networking event as well as student-alumni sharing sessions.

The air of camaraderie was palpable as pioneer alumni interacted with the younger alumni, sharing their vast experience and imparting invaluable advice. Philip Tan (BAcc 2014) was among the lucky few who benefitted from the wisdom of pioneer alumnus Mr Lim Chuang (BAcc 1979) when he advised that accountants should go overseas “at least once” to broaden their horizons and gain much-needed experience. We were also pleased to welcome alumnus Wan Tuck Wah from the first  graduating Class of BAcc 1987, who encouraged fresh graduates to join a professional auditing firm first to gain more experience across industries.

Kenneth Leong (BAcc 2014) perfectly summed up the delightful evening when he said: “It is these kinds of events that make me appreciate the versatility of the accountancy experience and that has enabled me to discover a world of opportunities in various fields beyond my expectations.”

Prof Chng shared many things – he encouraged alumni to share full time and internship opportunities with our students, explained about our Management Practicum and offered our students to help in case studies for companies.

Prof Chng also shared some of the history of the Accountancy programme. In 1987, the School of Accountancy moved over to newly-formed Nanyang Technological Institute. However, NTI graduates continue to have their Bachelor of Accountancy degrees conferred by NUS until the 1993 graduating class (1991 intake). The faculty at NUS was renamed Faculty of Business Administration.

The NUS Bachelor of Business Administration (Accountancy) programme was relaunched in 2006 with the first cohort graduated in 2009. Hence, there is a gap of 16 years between the two groups of Accountancy alumni which the Global Alumni Network Office is hoping to bridge by organising an annual networking event for the alumni, as well as through student-alumni sharing sessions.

Launch of Women’s Wing for NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA)

Date: Friday, May 22, 2015
Time: 6.30pm – 10.00pm
Venue: NUSS Suntec City

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Launch of Women's Wing for NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA)AP4_5826AP4_5991AP4_6261AP4_5708NUS Business School Alumni Association (NUSBSA) finally launched its Alumni Women’s Wing on the evening of 22 May 2015. More than 40 alumni and guests turned up to celebrate, drawn by an email invitation that promised an AWWsome night for AWWsome women.

Ms Joey Gan (BBA 1986), Vice President of NUSBSA, explained the motivation for her and her committee members to work over the last year to make the launch happen: “Women are a force to be reckoned with. For so long, it’s been the men that have been leading, and we wanted to set up a chapter that could give the women’s perspective.” She added that NUS Business School graduates are predominantly female and it had come a time when the balance needed to be addressed and the women’s voices heard. “Women can contribute, so this chapter gives them a platform to meet and put forward ideas, but more importantly it provides a network for women to learn from and support one another.”

Joey was supported by her team comprising of alumni volunteers Ms Carrie Chan (BBA 1987), Ms Catherine Chai (BBA 1992), Ms Sharon Kwek (BAcc 1973) and M Tan Swee Cheng (BBAcc 1990). “Joey mentioned a year ago as Vice President of the NUSBSA committee that she felt female participation was lacking,” recalled NUSBSA President Mr Sonny Yuen (BBA 1985). In his welcome speech he urged women graduates of NUS Business School to step forward and play a more active role in supporting both the alumni and student community.

Most of the guests came to the event hoping to learn from one another, to gather women’s perspectives on current issues and to build a supportive women’s group. For Ms Listar Nguyen (BBA 2006): “AWW is a great way for women to come together to share experiences and give advice on things like giving orders to older men in the workplace, or coping with work/life balance, or being a woman leader.” And for many there that night, including Ms Jiang Xin Yan (BAcc 2012) and Ms Genevieve Yeo (BBA 2010), it was the first time they had attended an alumni event and they were drawn by the fresh perspective the evening promised.

And a fresh perspective was what guests got. The AWW committee wanted to remove all barriers to active networking, so there was not a table in sight. To promote a relaxed atmosphere that would encourage networking, the committee invited Mr Prabu K Nadu from Facilitators Network Singapore to host a personality profiling game that got everyone communicating. The game illuminated the different personality types in the work place, the types of roles best suited to each type, and the different ways they communicated and could be perceived by others. Guests gathered in groups according to the colour code that best described their personality and the room was abuzz with chatter as each group actively shared common experiences. AWW also wanted to hear from those present on what they hoped to get out of future events, so throughout the evening women were encouraged to write their hopes on a notice board at the back of the room. Comments ran the gamut from better relationships at home and work to finding Mr Right.

The highlight of the evening was the insights shared by Guest-of-Honour Ms Grace Ban (BBA 1977), former Managing Director of Estee Lauder Cosmetics. In her talk, “Yes you can have it all”, she revealed her recipe for as multi-faceted life. She advised alumni to assess their priorities and plan their time accordingly, maintain a laser focus on defined goals and reverse engineer the plan backwards to make it happen. She also stressed the importance of having a social network of support, which was why she had been keen to give her support to the evening’s event. “You can’t do it alone. You must put people at the centre of all you do,” she advised. Her stories of women in her workplace who had made a difference by not taking “no” for an answer and finding ways around temporary barriers to progress inspired the room, as did her strength to overcome setbacks in her personal life.

“Grace has inspired me to take moves to change my life,” said Ms Anne Teo (BBA 2002) following Ms Ban’s presentation, a sentiment felt by many in an event that had turned out to be every bit as AWWsome as had been promised.

If you missed out, don’t worry. Be sure to catch the next AWWsome event coming soon!

30th Anniversary BBA Class of 1985 Reunion Dinner

Date: 16 May 2015 (Saturday)
Time: 6 pm – 9.30 pm
Venue: The Scholars Chinese Restaurant, NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House

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30th Anniversary BBA Class of 1985 Reunion Dinner 17267324334_557bc68bf4_o 17886905642_908621d151_o 17889845845_aa74319dd5_oIt was an evening of nostalgia as alumni of the BBA Class of 1985 came together for a reunion dinner, held at The Scholars Chinese Restaurant, NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House. The alumni got to relive fond memories as they reconnected with one another and forged deeper bonds of friendship.   Alumnus Phang Chee Mun even made this special trip from Kuala Lumpur  to attend the  class reunion.

It was thanks to the efforts of fellow batch mates such as Laurence Wong, Sonny Yuen, Patricia Tang and Trudy Loh that this reunion became a reality. Encouraged by what had been an enjoyable night of memories and renewed friendships, the classmates present expressed their desire to organise more gatherings in the future.

For those Class of 1985 alumni who missed the event, be sure to catch up with your classmates by joining the BBA Class of 1985 Facebook group

Our 50th anniversary celebrations continue in Hong Kong

Date: Friday, May 08, 2015
Time: 6.30pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club, Kellett Island, Hong Kong

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Our 50th anniversary celebrations continue in Hong Kong 17801555295_8199d14fd7_o 17801576035_2a5d97f5ea_o 17802064791_12094a8984_oMore than 80 alumni turned up at the scenic Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club ready to commemorate the anniversary as a community. Mr Robin Ng, Advisor and Founding President of NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni and Mr Yeo Keng Joon, Past President of MBA Alumni-NUS and NUS Business School Alumni Association, even flew in especially for this event.

Since the event was planned to coincide with the MBA Global Immersion Programme, 15 MBA students were able to join our Hong Kong alumni for the celebration. Professor Bernard Yeung, Stephen Riady Distinguished Professor and Dean of NUS Business School, expressed his pleasure at meeting some of our recent graduates during the gathering and hearing their success stories.

The highlight of the event for many was the forum, which featured insightful presentations on the future of Asia’s economy in relation to China, a timely topic given China’s influence in the region. Moderated by President of the Hong Kong Alumni Chapter Mr Kwik Sam Aik (BAcc 1973), the forum featured corporate guest Mr Jimmy Koh and committee members from the Hong Kong Alumni Chapter, Mr Tan Yong Wah (Apex MBA English 2000) and Mr David Wong (BBA 1977). Attendees were keen to gain a first-hand perspective of Hong Kong’s business landscape, and many of their questions during the Q&A session focussed on career opportunities present in the region.

We would like to extend our appreciation to the Hong Kong Alumni Chapter, without which the gathering would not have been possible, as well as everyone who turned up and made the celebration a success!

Bringing our 50th anniversary celebrations to Jakarta


Date: Saturday, March 28, 2015
Time: 4.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue: Hotel Borobudur, Jakarta

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Bringing our 50th anniversary celebrations to Jakarta  17072705331_68b2310155_o 17072662761_d661c7221f_oOver 90 alumni and corporate guests, turned up at Hotel Borobudur in Jakarta, eager to catch up with old friends, connect with new ones, and celebrate the School’s birthday.

Prof Hum Sin Hoon, Deputy Dean of NUS Business School, gave an engaging talk in the afternoon on Zheng He’s At of Collaboration. Conducted in Mandarin, the lecture was well received by all who attended the forum and to many it was a highlight of the event.

Come evening, everyone came together to share their latest news and reminisced over fond memories during their time in the School over the networking dinner. Eager to stay in touch, many of them discussed the possibilities of reconnecting over future events, such as the upcoming Alumni Homecoming on 4 September 2015. Director of GANO Ng Pheck Choo shared with the participants the School’s exciting line-up of events for the rest of the year and encouraged everyone to join the Business School community for the Homecoming on campus come September.

In appreciation of our Jakarta alumni chapter, we took the opportunity to thank the Jakarta Alumni Chapter board members and present them with a small token during the dinner – we could not have pulled off the event without their strong support. A big thank you to everyone who turned up as well – the gathering would not have been a success without your lively participation!

NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni International Business Forum 2015


Date: Saturday, 7 March 2015
Time: 9.00am to 12.30pm
Venue: Shaw Foundation Alumni House, Auditorium

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NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni International Business Forum 2015 17176020098_c4266cbf08_o 17363823035_190b5ea5d2_o 17156363287_1915a3aea9_o 17176254960_01437585b9_oOur alumni had the opportunity to explore potential avenues for business growth in China at NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni’s International Business Forum 2015, held on 7 March 2015 at Shaw Foundation Alumni House. Themed ‘Identifying challenges and opportunities in China’s economy’, the forum was a timely one considering the nation’s growing importance in the global market today. The forum provided valuable insights for alumni looking to gain a better understanding of the Chinese market.

Among the many topics being discussed at the symposium was Online to Offline (O2O) e-Commerce, a business model that attracts customers with online offers but pushes them to make the transactions offline. Creator of China’s O2O platform, Ms Chen Cong Rong delivered an engaging presentation entitled ‘Reaping the benefits of China’s O2O platform’. She highlighted how O2O has revolutionised the way businesses connect with customers, particularly organisations in the F&B, car rental and beauty industries. By creating China’s O2O platform, she has enabled organisations to connect with Chinese consumers and at the same time, actively monitor advertising expenditure and consumer spending habits.

NUS Business School Mandarin Alumni organises this forum on an annual basis.

Celebrating our 50th anniversary in India!







Date: Tuesday, 24th February 2015
Time: 6.30pm – 10.30pm
Venue: Essex Farm 4, Aurobindo Marg,
New Delhi – 110016 India

Date: Wednesday, 25th February 2015
Time: 5:30pm – 9.30pm
Venue: Le Meridien Hotel, Bangalore
The Dominion Room
No. 28 Sankey Road, P.B. No. 174 (Opposite Bangalore Golf Club),
Bengaluru, Karnataka 560052, India

Date: Friday, 27th February 2015
Time: 7.00pm – 11.00pm
Venue: Bungalow 9,
9, St. John Baptist Road, Bandra (West),
Mumbai 400050, India

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NUS Business School turns 50 this year and Global Alumni Network Office (GANO) has been commemorating this landmark event with our alumni at home and overseas. To that end, GANO organised alumni sessions in three major cities in India – New Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore. Besides the GANO team, the Graduate Studies Office and Prof Nitin Pangarkar, Academic Director of the NUS MBA, headed to India to rally our alumni to join us in the three Alumni Homecoming Events to kick off the 50th Anniversary Celebrations. It was a great opportunity for our overseas alumni in those cities not only to reconnect but also to come together as a community to celebrate the School’s milestone birthday.

New Delhi and Mumbai

We kicked off the festivities in New Delhi on 24 February 2015 before going on to Mumbai on 27 February. Both events saw a collective turnout of over 50 alumni across different MBA and EMBA programmes. All were ready to partake in great food, rekindle old friendships and spark new ones.

The alumni community in both cities has grown significantly since the last gatherings and there were plenty of new faces, such as Arvinder Sehdeva (MSc Management of Technology 1995), Dr Tanmay Satpathy (PhD 2012), Divyesh Thakkar (MBA 2014), Soumya Venkat (MBA 2014) and Deepika Guglani (BBA 2012). Our MBA students, who were in India for a study trip, were equally eager to join in the fun as they mingled with the alumni and gained first-hand perspectives on India’s culture and corporate life.

Both events were truly an occasion to remember. News of the School’s success in the global rankings was met with cheers, and the 50th anniversary photo montage featured some familiar faces and brought back fond memories for the alumni of their experiences at the School. Fuelled by the warm camaraderie, everyone toasted to the future progress of the School.

These events would not have been a success without the help of Akshat Singh (MBA S3A 2011) and Shruti Dwivedi (BBA 2002), who took time out of their busy schedules to help us organise the New Delhi and Mumbai sessions respectively. A big thank you to them and everyone who turned up to make these gatherings a success!


The Bangalore celebratory dinner on 25 February 2015 proved to be an extra special occasion, complete with a poolside buffet dinner and a seminar presented by Mr T V Mohandas Pai, co-founder of Aarin Capital and Chairman of Manipal Education. Close to 100 participants, comprising a mix of alumni, MBA students, participants from our UCLA-NUS Executive MBA programme, led by Prof Kulwant Singh, and corporate guests turned up to take part in the celebration.

Mr Pai’s candid and articulate presentation was a highlight for many of the attendees. He spoke passionately on a number of topics including India’s progress, its emergence as a global player, Singapore-India industrial co-operation and his experiences as CFO at Infosys, a successful Indian MNC.

We extend our appreciation to our Bangalore Alumni Representatives – Rahul Tadimalla (MBA 2007), Vamsi Reddy (MBA 2008), Keerthi Aruvela (MBA 2008), Namrata Arora (MBA 2012) and Rishabh Mehrotra (MBA S3A 2014) – organisers not only of this event but of the past three successful alumni seminars, all of which featured high profile speakers. Speaking on behalf of the group, Rahul announced that they are working towards establishing a formal chapter in the city next year – great news for our overseas alumni in Bangalore!

The gathering served to bring the alumni community closer, with many alumni vowing to stay in touch and form new connections with the MBA and EMBA students. None of this would have been possible without the hard work of the alumni representatives in Bangalore – congratulations for pulling off another successful event!


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