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The Ivy Circle Munich “Christmas Stammtisch” on Dec 15

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter
2022-Q4 “Christmas Stammtisch” will take place
on Thursday, Dec 15th, 2022

Part 1: 6 pm Haidhausen Christmas Market Visit


Part 2: 7pm Visit the Negroni Bar (registration required)

For part 2 please register here.

For any further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen existing
contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine alumni from different
schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new friends. Additional community events
over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g., visits of cultural events, project presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a
case-by-case basis.

Oct 14-15, 22: Wharton Club of Germany & Austria – Transatlantic Relations In Business & Politics in Berlin

The Wharton Club of Germany & Austria cordially invites you to a two-day conference in Berlin on Transatlantic Relations in Business & Politics. This flagship event will celebrate Wharton’s global reach and strengthen the network of alumni across the Continent. 
 

Speakers:

·      Sigmar Gabriel — Chairman of the Atlantic Bridge (Atlantik-Brücke e.V.) and former German Minister for Foreign Affairs and Vice-Chancellor

·       Dr. Manfred Bischoff — Honorary Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Mercedes-Benz AG, former Chairman of EADS and Chairman of the Board of Daimler AG

·       Simone Menne — President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Germany, Board Member of Deutsche Post and Henkel AG, and former CFO at Lufthansa and Boehringer Ingelheim AG

·       Gordon Riske — Chairman of the Board MTU Aero Engines and former CEO of KION

·       Venture Capital Panel featuring technology founders and investors Jason Whitmire (BlueYard Capital), Jan Borgstädt (JOIN Capital), and Bernhard Janke (468 Capital).

For further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

MIT Club of Germany – Smart Circular Cities Symposium – Munich Oct 8 2022

This event will not only be comprehensive and vibrant platform for meeting other like-minded people from the MIT community, but also one to look back on many years of get-togethers, to exchanging views & thoughts and to uncountable common activities. It is also a departure point for the next 30 years that will – no doubt – be full of challenges and opportunities for the MIT community to contribute to our society, our economy, and our planet.

This year’s AGM is dedicated to the broad topic area of Smart Circular Cities and is anchored in the Climate Change Matter Series, which we have been running since 2020

On Saturday, we are glad to invite you to a hugely dense and informative Symposium on “Smart Circular Cities” – looking at the concept of Circularity and trying to understand how this may impact cities, industries and economies at large. In addition to having some outstanding speakers and guests, we also aimed to get into the “doing” by identifying a few intriguing Start-Ups in this field and building a mentorship program for them in order to provide them access to the MIT network and the know-how therein. They too will talk about their approaches and why they believe it is worth investing in solutions for a better world.

For further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org)

Thought Leadership Event on Oct 26, 2022

The Event will take place on Wednesday, October 26th, 2022

6:30 PM – 8:30 PM CEST
In the Amerikahaus Munich – Karolinensaal, Karolinenplatz 3 München

Foto: © Leonhard Simon

Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ivy-circle-munich-thought-leadership-event-tickets-412313128667

After the session, those who sign up for the restaurant option will go to a nearby restaurant for food, drinks and more networking. At the restaurant, you pay for what you consume.

Thought Leadership and Story-Finding by Rhea Wessel: How to generate a constant stream of story ideas to grow your business

Story-telling and story-finding are two different things. In this session, Ivy professionals will learn how to find stories that position you and/or your firm as the go-to expert in your niche – as thought leaders.

Rhea Wessel, an American writer in Germany and graduate of Columbia University, will introduce you to the Story-Framing System she created. It will help you develop a list of story ideas that are not blah blah content but are born from your thought-leadership niche and serve your audience by sharing your expertise.

The session includes a live story-finding demonstration with a member of the audience. You will map your own ideas and understand how to generate a steady stream of quality story ideas to promote your business.

This is a mini workshop that builds on itself. Please be on time and get ready to work in breakout with other members of the Ivy Circle.

After the session, those who sign up will go to a nearby restaurant for dinner and drinks for more networking.

What to expect:

  • Learn the 3 steps to thought-leadership writing and the ingredients of a good piece of writing in the thought-leadership style
  • Use the Story-Framing System to create a list of story ideas born of your thought-leadership niche that you can begin writing immediately

For details regarding Ivy Circle Munich please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich Stammtisch 2022-Q3 on Sep29

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter
2022-Q3 “Stammtisch” will take place
on Thursday, Sep 29th, 2022,

NOW: starting at 7:00 p.m. right at the Café.

(We will skip the walk at 6pm due to rainy weather and bad paths in the park.)

For any further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen existing
contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine alumni from different
schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new friends. Additional community events
over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g., visits of cultural events, project presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a
case-by-case basis.

The Ivy Circle Munich Stammtisch 2022-Q2 on Jun23

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter
2022-Q2 “Stammtisch” took place
on Thursday, Jun 23rd, 2022, 6:00 p.m.

For any further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen existing
contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine alumni from different
schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new friends. Additional community events
over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g., visits of cultural events, project presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a
case-by-case basis.

The MIT Club of Germany Sustainability Mentorship Program

The MIT Club of Germany opened their Sustainability Mentorship Program for School also for the Ivy Circle Munich.

The Sustainability Mentorship Program of the MIT Club of Germany connects students and school projects with sustainability professionals from the MIT network. The program aims to find mentors from the MIT network for sustainability projects in schools. Mentors come from the MIT network and this includes also members of the Ivy Circle.

For further info please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich Stammtisch 2022-Q1 on Mar31

The Ivy Circle Germany – Munich Chapter
2022-Q1 “Stammtisch” took place
on Thursday, Mar 31st, 2022, 8:00 p.m.

For any further details please contact Clemens Rinnebach (cr@rinnebach.org).

The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen existing
contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine alumni from different
schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new friends. Additional community events
over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g., visits of cultural events, project presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a
case-by-case basis.