The Columbia Business School Club of Spain presents you with an exciting opportunity to enter new grounds of maximum relevance today. Present times demand being familiar with and knowledgeable of the tools that are fundamental in the shaping of the new digital economy, programming being the underlying mean to make things happen.
CBS Professor Mattan Griffel is highly experienced in programming education, as founder & CEO of an online teaching camp for beginners and intermediate users. He uses his knowledge to also introduce and improve the coding skills of CBS students.
The session will cover the reasons explaining the need to change the skillset at the modern workplace, why it makes sense to learn how to code and what specific steps you can take to approach it successfully.
The event is to be held at the Disney's offices in Madrid and it will be accompanied with a very fine selection of wine and snacks (refreshments also available), so that the environment will be very relaxed and the atmosphere highly collegial.
Anyone interested in the digital world can greatly benefit from this unique session. We will be delighted to share it with you.
The Board of Columbia Business School Club of Spain
When: Thursday, March 15th 2018, 18:45 - 21:00. Please arrive on time so that the presentation may start at 19:00.
Where: The Walt Disney Company Iberia's offices at José Bardasano Baos 9 - Edificio Gorbea 3, 28016 Madrid (details will be provided to participants prior to the event).
Fee: The event has a signup fee of 12 euros for CBS Club of Spain's dues-paying members, and 17 euros for the general alumni and other participants. For those alumni not yet being dues-paying members, the signup process offers the opportunity of purchasing jointly the event and the annual membership fee in order to take advantage of the reduced price, which is applied to this event and also to the next ones taking place over the current year.
Signups to the event and corresponding payment is to be conducted according to your registration status at the website:
- Alumni already registered at the Club's website should first log into the website with their Username (or, alternatively, their valid e-mail address) and Password that have been previously provided (please contact us if you need a new registration at the website or require a reminder of the Username or a new Password) and, second, click on the "Sign up" button that appears at the top of this page, which will take to the signup and payment steps to be followed thereafter with the user data being filled in automatically.
- All other alumni and participants should first enter their e-mail adress and then click on the "Sign up" button above which will take to the order page where the personal details are requested.
Payment is processed through a secure platform, and the signup will be confirmed via e-mail once the payment has been successfully completed.
Signup deadline: Please sign up by Tuesday March 13th at the latest to secure your place in the event. Spaces are limited, and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
Guests: Participants have the possibility of inviting up to three guests at the same price of the hosting alumnus. The guest's e-mail address and name/last name are requested during the registration process, and he/she will receive a confirmation e-mail of the signup.
Enquiries with regards to this event may be forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org