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November Events on Munich Campus

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November Events on Munich Campus
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EU frequently hosts external guests who can help our students get ahead of the game in their studies, clarify unclear aspects or even simply use another point of view to add another string to their bow. Fortunately, our Munich campus has a jam-packed schedule of guest speakers and presentations to keep you inspired until December. Take a look below to find out what is on and when in Munich.

Simone Dappert will be leading a lively discussion on gender diversity, dealing with topics such as the effectiveness of women as leaders and how entrepreneurs can benefit from mentors and networks. FemaleManagers is a company which uses the product of talks like this to forge careers for women by giving advice, knowledge and confidence to those who want to make their mark on the business world. Dappert is a recognized expert in HR and will be sharing advice on successful job applications in Germany. Be sure to get involved and draw on her wealth of experience.

EU’s very own lecturer Aurélie Leborgne will be holding an external workshop at PWN-Munich, which will focus on creating an effective marketing plan to work alongside a good product and service. The workshop will pick apart how to differentiate a brand from the competition and create a solid identity that resonates with customers and shows the values of the business. Leborgne herself has over 10 years of experience in business development and currently balances her work as a Marketing Consultant with her teaching duties at EU Munich.


Lidwine Reustle is a life coach who aims to guide women to be who they want to be and live on their own terms. Since moving to Germany from Benin 15 years ago, she has established herself as a sterling life coach, who can operate easily in German and French, as well as English. Her advice has been channeled into business and many entrepreneurs have used Reustle as a piece in the puzzle of creating their own company. As well as counselling, she creates links between entrepreneurs which enables them to share their experiences and grow from them.

FlixBus is a private transport company, based in Munich, Berlin, Paris and Milan, founded in 2011 with the aim of increasing bus usage across Europe. FlixBus organizes long-distance travel by connecting local bus services and taking care of planning, marketing, pricing, quality management and customer service. The speed of FlixBus’ expansion has been seriously impressive, due to the scalability of the business model, allowing the company to easily take on much more work. Want to understand how? Be there on November 26.