Save the date! The 9th Annual Intercollegiate Business Convention will take place on Saturday, October 5 at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston.

Register today at ibc2013.eventbrite.com to reserve your spot! Alumni registration is donation-based; thank you in advance for your generosity in contributing to the incredible efforts of the undergraduate organization.

This year’s event will feature keynote speaker Julie Greenwald, COO/Chairman of Atlantic Records (the visionary promoter behind Jay-Z, Jason Mraz, Missy Elliott, Flo Rida, and more).

Like the IBC Facebook page for important updates as the conference gets closer, and visit ibc.huwib.org for more information.

Questions? Email HarvardIBC2013@gmail.com

FAQs:

What is the IBC? The Intercollegiate Business Convention is the largest undergraduate business convention in the world and provides a unique opportunity for dynamic female leaders worldwide to expand their network of peers and mentors and learn from the experiences of top business leaders. Attendees will listen to engaging keynote speeches, attend panels and workshops, and have access to an exclusive career fair.

Who attends the IBC? Over 1,000 driven women from undergraduate campuses worldwide – Beijing, Bogotá, New York, Montreal, and more. Graduate students also attend as mentors and over 100 professionals representing a diverse range of industries are invited to speak.

Who speaks at the IBC? Three inspiring keynote speakers from unique industries, three remarkable IBC Talks speakers, and over 100 professionals in the business world.

What topics will be discussed? One of HUWIB’s and one of IBC 2013′s primary goals is to promote a broad scope of industry. Thus, topics ranging from marketing, to entrepreneurship, to not-for-profits, to finance, to consulting, to government and law will be featured during our breakout sessions. We actively encourage our attendees to explore industries about which they know little! And for those attendees who are set in their interests, we will have Career Path panel recommendations in the program.

Will there be food? Yes! A light breakfast, delicious seated lunch, and afternoon goodies will be served by the Hynes’ talented caterers.

What special programming do you have? We have many new initiatives including IBC Talks, Industry Networking Sessions, and our inaugural, year-long Campus Ambassador Leadership Program (check out the Leading Ladies blog) which promotes personal and professional development worldwide through a network of outstanding young women.

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