Leading Innovation: London and Beyond
Thursday, 7 February 2013
More than 100 alumni and friends gathered for networking and conversation about the global economy and how Carnegie Mellon is educating the next generation of business leaders.
The economic climate in Europe and around the world continues to evolve. What will the Eurozone look like in the coming weeks, months and years? How will the EU’s complex economic and political factors affect the global economy? How can innovation and entrepreneurship fuel economic growth? What is the European perspective? What is CMU doing to prepare business leaders in this ever-changing environment?
- Ross Ahlgren (TPR'88)
General Partner and Founder, Kreos Capital
- Keith Cornell (TPR'80)
- Robert Dammon (moderator)
Dean and Professor of Financial Economics, Tepper School of Business
- Davor Hebel (CMU'99)
Partner, Fidelity Growth Partners
- Alex Knaster (CIT'80)
Chairman, Pamplona Capital Management
- Karen Wilson (MCS'86)
Founder, GV Partners; Consultant, Structural Policy Division of the Science, Technology and Industry Directorate, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development