May. 21

BMI Presents. Countries and industries of the future: who will rule the post crisis world?

The economy defines the power of the country. The happening of the recent year has shaken it immensely. What effect the crisis has on the power and who will rule the world after the global crisis?

In the past year, we acknowledged a significant shift in lifestyle: we changed how we work, how we think about the future, and what we value. All of these and other factors shape the world differently, we live in another era, and its real leaders are still rising. 

BMI Institute is excited to invite you to an informative webinar with our Executive Education professor Josep Maria More, who teaches Corporate Finance in our institute.

The online event will take place via Zoom on May 21st (Friday) at 11:30 CET (Brussels time), 12:30 EET (Vilnius time).

During the webinar, professor Josep Ma More will cover:

  • Global macroeconomic trends: sources of power. Who will win - China or the USA?
  • Post Covid-19 paradigms: the challenges for the future. How to stay competitive after Covid-19?

Registration is required. We invite you to register here

About the speaker:

Josep Maria More is a BMI’s Executive Education program’s professor on corporate finance; professor on Finance and Governance programmes, MDE Business School and Barcelona Chamber of Commerce.

He is an in-company professor for several multinational companies, such as leading banks, construction and utility companies, and a columnist in Spanish economic newspapers. Josep is a speaker at several international Finance, M&A, and Strategy congresses.

The webinar takes approximately 1 - 1.15h. The Zoom link, together with the confirmation of your registration, will be sent shortly after registration. We look forward to seeing you!

More information:

Elze Pociute (BMI Brussels): +32 474 264551;  

Dagne Armonaite (BMI Vilnius): +37065025096,

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