Grand Opening of Wittenborg Amsterdam Building on 14 December

Grand Opening of Wittenborg Amsterdam Building on 14 December

Book on Corporate Sustainability also to be Launched on 14 December

To celebrate its new Amsterdam location, Wittenborg University of Applied Sciences will open the building for a grand tour to all visitors on 14 December 2018 from 16:00 – 18:00. Drinks will be served from 17:00 – 18:00.

The new location is housed in the Dali Building, in southeast Amsterdam close to the Amsterdam Arena (now known as the Johan Cruijff Arena). It opened in September at the start of the 2018-19 academic year, signalling a new beginning for Wittenborg Amsterdam, which first started offering programmes in the Dutch capital in 2015.

Grand Opening of Wittenborg Amsterdam Building on 14 December

Wittenborg's IBA in Entrepreneurship & Small Business, also known as Entrepreneurial Business Administration (EBA) programme is offered in Amsterdam. From September, Wittenborg will also offer its International Master of Business Administration, its MBA in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and its MBA in Finance there. 

Wittenborg takes great pride in its new Amsterdam premises, and all are welcome on 14 December to come and admire the building, meet students and staff, and enjoy some refreshments. Directions to the Dali building can be found here. It is located in the up-and-coming southeast Amsterdam area where many international companies are located, such as the EU headquarters of Adidas and the Dutch offices of Deutsche Bank.

Grand Opening of Wittenborg Amsterdam Building on 14 December

Book Launch from 14:00 – 17:00

Wittenborg will also use the opportunity on 14 December to launch a new book, Corporate Sustainability: The Next Steps Towards a Sustainable World, which was recently published and co-authored by Wittenborg lecturers Dr Teun Wolters and Dr Jan Jaap Bouma.

Four academic staff members and one MBA graduate from Wittenborg made contributions to the book, which essentially calls on businesses to ramp up their sustainable practices and capacities over and above what may have already been accomplished.

WUP 13/11/2018

by Anesca Smith
©Wittenborg University Press

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