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Oliver Wyman lecture : "The economic outlook: The news behind the headlines"

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16/10/2008 Oliver Wyman Venue : Bateman Auditorium, Caius Time : 6pm

Oliver Wyman lecture 1: “The economic outlook: The news behind the headlines”

Oliver Wyman presents a series of 3 ‘hot topic’ commercial lectures presented by industry specialists during Michaelmas Term. The lectures aim to provide students with must-know material’ and improve commercial awareness ahead of those all important milkround interviews. So whether you are looking to secure a full time job or an internship, this is something you can not miss. The programme for each event will include a 40 minute presentation, followed by a short Q&A session and informal drinks and networking to close.

Cambridge Futures is the main sponsor for the first lecture : “The economic outlook: The news behind the headlines”

Falling house prices……rising oil prices…….climate change…; as western economies are confronted with recession, the global outlook looks bleak, or does it? Aimed at students without a economics/financial background, learn more about what’s behind the recent headlines, the causes and affects of the main trends affecting today’s economy and how you can approach these commercial issues- a great way to quickly get up to speed for those up and coming interviews!

For more information :

http://www.cambridgefutures.com/oliver-wyman-lecture-1-the-economic-outlook-the-news-behind-the-headlines-i604490.html

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