leading the fourth
industrial revolution 
November 23-25, 2017
 EU Business School Geneva

EU Business School continues the series of Leadership Seminars in partnership with the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIG). Last year more than 35 MBA students as well as alumni from Munich, Barcelona, Geneva and Montreux attended the first series. 

Who is this program for?

This year, over the course of a three-day seminar, participants will reflect on the challenges and new roles of leadership in the digital era. They will acquire the necessary skills needed to find appropriate solutions and learn how to implement them.

This program has been designed for EU Business School graduates (MBA and DBA students) with an invested interest in understanding how to manage interactivity between things, tasks and technology and who are to undertake the complex role of a leader in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.


Participants who successfully complete the program will:

  • Gain fundamental knowledge about future trends, such as robotics, blockchain, cybercrime, privacy and global banking.
  • Develop a network of professionals that they can rely on.
  • Acquire the skills that set them apart from the crowd.
  • Embrace the constantly changing digital environment and deal with it effectively.


  • A unique opportunity to meet and interact with like-minded people.
  • Speakers include both academic and corporate leaders.
  • Participants earn a Certificate in Leadership from the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and EU Business School.


  • Free of charge for current EU Business School students & alumni.
  • CHF 990 for participants outside the EU Business School network

Why take part in the seminar?

Read what students said about last year’s seminar


The first session of the event will take place at the Geneva Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services (CCIG), headquartered in Geneva. The event continues at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Students will then visit the HP war room, before finishing off the second day of experiential learning at the Oracle office. The morning of the third day will commence with a debate on the future of the internet. The afternoon session is reserved for workshops and round table discussion, with supervision and guidance from a panel of specialists.


Managing interactivity between the internet of things, tasks and technology

November 23-25, 2017
EU Business School Geneva

For any questions, please contact Tatiana Sunshine at t.sunshine@euruni.edu