Alumni Reunion in Shanghai
On Wednesday 3rd April 2013 Henley Business School held an Alumni reunion at La Mer Cafe in the Jing'an district of Shanghai.
Welcomed by Professors Adrian Bell, Head of ICMA Centre, Kecheng Liu, Head of BISA, Jill Solomon, BISA and Dr Weizi Li, IRC - the event saw 32 alumni attend from across all areas of the business school. We were pleased to see so many familiar faces and to notice in particular the many ICMA Centre alumni attending the event.
The academics from Henley Business School had been invited as guests at a symposium at Shanghai University of Finance and Economics to launch a joint research initiative into Financial Informatics and Service Engineering.
The event was a chance to mingle and gave Henley Business School Alumni the perfect opportunity to reflect on their time at the University of Reading, and to discuss current and future developments. As farewells were said all expressed their hopes that we would meet up again soon.
More pictures of the event on the ICMA Centre Facebook page.
|Published||17 April 2013|
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