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Glasgow University Business Club is a student-run organisation that provides the academic, professional and social opportunities for students to form a strong business network.

In the upcoming autumn semester, the society is organising an Industry Insight Programme, which is designed to help inform students' future academic progression and career choices by developing an understanding of the key trends and operations of major industry streams.

For this programme, they plan to organise a series of guest talks and workshops that bridge theory and practice, and are wondering if any swib members or friends could help? They want to find industry professionals who are willing to go along for an evening and share their work experience and their industry expertise with them.

The programme takes place in October and November. The events are scheduled fortnightly starting from Tuesday, 2nd October 2018 (which does need a guest speaker). The events usually last for 1-2 hours and will take place after 5.30pm in the evening (timing can be flexible to suit the speaker).

They are particularly looking for a CSR/Sustainability professional in the energy industry and a Supply Chain & Logistics expert, but would be more than happy to hear from anyone who would be willing to join the programme.

For each event, they provide the location, IT equipment and everything else that the guest speaker may needs. In addition, all programme participants will be invited to a free networking dinner at the end of November.

If you are interested in helping, please contact Lisa at gubusinessclub@gmail.com.

Do please pass this on to anyone you know who might be able to help.

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