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Sebastian von Landsberg-Velen in the Alumni Interview

Facing new challenges every day, planning and implementing one-off projects and designing processes yourself – and all this without a “blueprint”: that’s the everyday life of CBS alumnus Sebastian von Landsberg-Velen, Deputy Director for the German Pavilion Expo 2020 Dubai project. After his studies at CBS, he went through various professional stages: He first started at Koelnmesse in 2014 as an International Trainee and then became Project Officer for Outbound Fairs

Oh Japan – Longtime bucket-list destination part 1 Copy

Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to get away from Seoul for one week in order to explore Japan in all its glory. I visited Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka, and had the most wonderful time. My friend Diana joined me in this adventure and…

México Mágico

Ich kann mich noch genau daran erinnern, wie ich all meinen Freunden und meiner Familie voller Vorfreude davon erzählt habe, dass ich mein Auslandssemester in Mexiko verbringen werde. „In Mexiko?

International career through Deutschlandstipendium

Saiganesh, you received the Deutschlandstipendium studying as an international student in Germany. What does it mean to you? I highly appreciate the fact that international students in Germany are encouraged. It is very important that someone supports your dreams and Deutschlandstipendium is such a support…

A career in consulting

Consulting is a dream job for many college students. Consultants seem to have a successful career path, they travel to great cities and get paid even greater. But what is the challenge you have to face when you really plan to start a career in…

3 great books for Business People and Business Students

Self-development can be extremely important when you want to be successful. That is why here are some great books written by successful people to optimize yourself and broaden your abilities. Some tell great stories of success while some advise us of how to do things…

Artificial Intelligence – The next big thing?

More and more companies and several governments across the globe have started to heavily invest in Artificial Intelligence. It is an international topic, which we will all face one day as it will dominate our lives. What is Artificial Intelligence and how does it work?…

“Ooho”- A sustainable water bottle you can eat and drink declares war on plastic bottles

Think outside of the bottle? These are the promising words of wisdom from an innovative start-up called Skipping Rocks Lab in London. A group of researchers and business developers whose goal is to make product packaging obsolete invented an edible water bottle which could…

Enchroma – Color for the Color Blind

Human beings are normally able to see about one million distinct shades of color. Unfortunately, millions of people worldwide are affected by color blindness and cannot fully take part in the beautiful and colorful world we live in. Those suffering from this condition only see…

Fuel Cells – The future of the automotive industry?

Since 2014, several big players in the automotive industry are working on another alternative way of powering cars: fuel cells! Why? Because the automotive industry struggles with the problem of building sustainable and environmentally friendly cars. This has various reasons: people are becoming more aware…
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