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Business in Society Series - Johannesburg

Time: 
18:15 to 21:00
, 12 Sep 2017
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Johannesburg
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Purpose and the Private Sector in a Multi-stakeholder Society

Over the coming months Oxford Saїd, led by our MBA Director, Ian Rogan will engage in a global conversation about purpose and the private sector. We will begin this conversation in Johannesburg, followed by events in New York City, London, Singapore and virtually where we will discuss and debate the role of business in society with a particular focus on purpose driven business models .

This event will include a panel of respected business leaders from the region who will contribute to this conversation. We invite you to join us in this conversation to be held in Johannesburg on 12 September 2017.

Questions our panel will explore include:

  • What is a purpose driven business model? Who are the key stakeholders?
  • What business opportunities exist at the nexus of business and society?
  • What are some leading examples of purpose driven business models from multinationals to start-ups?

You will also have the opportunity to find out more about our Oxford MBA, Oxford 1+1 MBA and the Oxford Exectutive MBA and meet with our alumni.

Due to limited availability of tickets, we ask that you complete the registration form in order to secure your space.

Event details

  • Registration will open at 6.15pm, and the event will end with a networking reception
  • We will confirm the location of the event when your place is secured

For further information please contact Tammy Brophy or Jonathan Dover.

Speakers

Ian Rogan View profile

Ian Rogan is the MBA Programme Director of the University of Oxford Saïd Business School. He spent the past four years at the Yale School of Management (SOM), most recently as Assistant Dean, MBA for Executives, where he led the expansion and restructuring of the EMBA programme.

Euvin Naidoo View profile

Euvin Naidoo has joined Thomson Reuters (TR) as the Head of Financial Institutions- Africa. TR is a US$11bn plus in annual revenue company with the global Finance and Risk, including Financial Institutions, practice making up approximately 90% of the business.

Carlijn Nouwen View profile

Carlijn is a Partner in Dalberg’s Johannesburg office. Her main topical areas of focus are financial services/ financial inclusion and healthcare. Across sectors, Carlijn is the global lead of Dalberg Advisors' Inclusive Business Growth Expertise area.

Yvette Nowell View profile

Since 2007, Yvette's role at Rand Merchant Bank has evolved from being brought in to design a programme of “giving back” for one division, to heading up the RMB Fund, theircorporate social investment vehicle, in March 2009.

Tammy Brophy View profile

Tammy Brophy is Saïd Business School’s MBA Recruitment Manager, responsible for the Business School’s recruitment efforts in Africa. Originally from South Africa, Tammy began working at Saïd Business School when she moved to the UK in 2012.

Jonathan Dover View profile

Prior to joining SBS, Jonathan worked for a boutique executive search firm in London, dealing with senior level appointments across Financial and Professional Services. He is now responsible for the UK and African regions for the Executive MBA at Saïd Business School.
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