KMBS’s Students in the Eternal City with Rome Business School

Rome Business School started the exchange week with KMBS

Form the 13th to the 17th of September, the Global Business Program will give the possibility to students, partners and professional guests to combine their studies with several activities in Rome, taking advantage of the many beautiful places and initiatives offered by the city having a business experience while learning more about the Italian culture.

The Programs are designed to give participants tools and resources to turn a project into reality by providing a series of workshop and brainstorming sessions, innovative thinking exercises, business games simulation and networking opportunities, supporting, international education and knowledge sharing.

Project Overview

Team Based & Mentorship

Participants divided in teams, will use their managerial skills at 360° developing a strategic business plan to solve a problematic company’s situation operating on a global scale. During the project development participants will be supported by a wide number of mentors and teacher, that will show them the different possible scenarios of an international business market.

The week will follow between in class session and company visits. Milestone brand and high level professionals will help our students to develop their business challenge. Enriching their experience with real cases studies and learning by doing methodologies.

Companies that collaborates with the students during the “challenge” phase

Enel X, presented by Augusto Raggi: CEO of Enel X Italia.
ENEL GROUP, a multinational company changing the face of energy, one of the world’s leading integrated utilities. The largest private player in producing clean energy with renewable sources nearly 88 GW of installed capacity of which around 49 GW of renewable capacity. Enel group is made up of approximately 67,000 people from more than 30 countries. As of 2020, Enel had a stock market capitalization of €82 billion, making it Europe’s largest utility by capitalization

Eataly with Francesca Romani – Head of Customer Relationship Management and Carla Cecchi – Head of Talent Management.
EATALY is a chain of large format/footprint Italian marketplace (food halls) comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items, and a cooking school. Eataly was founded in 2010 by Oscar Farinetti, an Italian entrepreneur formerly involved in the consumer electronics business, and collaborates with Slow Food.

Tim – Ida Sirolli – Head of Internal Communication of TIM Telecom Italia Andrea Laudadio – Vice President of TIM Academy.
Telecom Italia S.p.A., (TIM) is an Italian telecommunications company with headquarters in Rome (with the Telecom Italia Tower) which provides telephony services, mobile services, and DSL data services. It is the largest Italian telecommunications services provider in revenues and subscribers

Eni – Mattia Voltaggio – Head of Brand Communication & Startup Acceleration of ENI Group S.p.A.
ENI is an Italian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Rome. Considered one of the seven “supermajor” oil companies in the world, it has operations in 66 countries with a market capitalization of US$36.08 billion, as of 31 December 2020.

In 2020, Eni ranked 113 on the Fortune Global 500 list by revenue and 24th in the energy sector.

 “Our goal is to provide our partners with a personalized education experience, taking into account their existing know-how in a specific field. We are delighted to have the opportunity to do this together with Kyiv-Mohyla Business School (KMBS) a business school for leaders who want to drive changes.”

Said Antonio Ragusa, Dean

“We are glad to host KMBS executive MBA students in Rome for one-week Global Business Program, designed to give to 40 high-level MBA participants the tools and resources to make the idea reality by providing plenty of brainstorming sessions, innovative thinking exercises, business games simulation, designing thinking in-class activities, networking opportunities and business meetings to practice skills and set an entrepreneurial mind-set.”

The partnership was initiated by RBS International Business Development Manager Gerlie Saura and International Relations Manager Eleonora Mantovani in collaboration with Andrii Nakonechnyi KMBS Head of International Development.

An opportunity for both institutions to continue the provision of top-quality international mobility education and create content that provides an added value to KMBS Executive MBA students. RBS international team shares our ambitious view for innovation and puts excellent business education at the very heart of its offering.

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