Welcome Back TEM Lab Alum!

Courtesy: Sneha Balasubramaniam
Courtesy: Sneha Bala

By Siva Palli

Two passionate weeks of application preparation, six weeks of intense hard work, followed by a presentation and finally a well-deserved lifetime of membership in the unique club we call TEM Lab. That’s the 10,000 ft. level overarching picture of what it takes to do a TEM Lab. As we dig deeper & deeper, we will learn more and more about the underlying valuable experiences and knowledge that these students have gained by working on a live consulting project in emerging markets such as Myanmar, Bangkok and Mexico! TEMBA club is presenting informational presentations next week to bring to the students the opportunity to listen and gain from the unique experiences of consulting in an emerging market.  Join the TEMBA team in welcoming them home!!

WEConnect presentations on March 12th, it is followed by the Wedu and Libbey presentations on March 13th. These presentations are followed by a Happy hour meet n greet event at the pub.

TEM Lab Welcome Home Party – Happy Hour Meet & Greet. Thursday March 13th. 5-7pm.  Discuss TEM Lab with the students who have just returned in a Happy Hour at the Pub.  Beverages will be compliments of TEMBA & TEM Lab.

Come join us:

Wednesday, March 12, 1:00 – 2:30 PM, Yount Auditorium:Washington DC, WEConnect International and the ExxonMobil Foundation
Presenting: Soumya Sivadas, Christine Moore, Pat Nopakun, Kitty Angsupaitoon, and Sneha Gayatri

Thursday, March 13, 10:00 – 11:30 AM, Yount Auditorium:Bangkok, Thailand, Wedu
Presenting: Sneha Balasubramaniam, Richard Dennis, Daisuke Tajima, and Christy Kollmar

Thursday, March 13, 1:00 – 2:30 PM, Yount Auditorium:Yangon, Myanmar, Libbey Glass
Presenting: Ann Imerbsin, Taka Sato, Patrick Mah, Rahul Narang, Brad Geren and Lacey Yoder

Courtesy: Sneha Gayatri
Courtesy: Sneha Gayatri

Please view ‘Rebecca’s email’ for more information about the presentation. All other information about the TEM Labs can be found in TEM Lab blog: www.emergingmarketslab.thunderbird.edu

Contact Siva Palli at sivaswaroop.palli@global.t-bird.edu if you have any questions.

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