Investing in HKU Business School’s Global Talents – Pitch & Catch!

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HKUFBE hosted a launch event for the Career Development and Training Team, Investing in HKU Business School’s Global Talents – “Pitch & Catch” in Loke Yew Hall on 26 Oct, 2018.

 

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70 corporate guests representing over 20 companies showed up to support us. 140 students from 14 nationalities and across different majors and level of studies seized this opportunity to proactively pitch themselves to the companies they admire. Thanks for joining us and we look forward to bridging more opportunities for our students.

News report in HKET: https://bit.ly/2RSXyuv

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