Homegrown present at IMD business school

2017-08-04

Homegrown was very honoured to be selected by IMD International, a leading business school based in Lausanne, Switzerland to present at its general management Foundations for Business Leadership (FBL) program. HomeGrown CEO, Anthony Rushworth led the class of senior leaders in industry to discuss the current hot topics & themes of alternative finance and property investment crowdfunding.

In addition, Homegrown CMO, Aaron Mahadevan (IMD MBA 2006) attended the 8th Startup investments event of the IMD Alumni Community for Entrepreneurship (ACE) facilitated by GoBeyond. On display were some of the most exciting cutting edge technologies from companies based in Switzerland including: recruitment for the next generation & drone collision avoidance system.

IMD is a top-ranked business school, expert in developing leaders, transforming organizations and creating immediate and long-term positive impact. IMD is ranked 1st in open programs worldwide and in the Top 3 in executive education worldwide - 6 years in a row (Financial Times 2012-2017).

Homegrown is proud to partner with leading business & education institutions across the globe. We look forward to participating at future similar events & sharing our perspective as well as experience in property investment & crowdfunding, please do get in touch if you would like to discuss further: info@homegrown.co.uk


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