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AGBC Exchange I

2018 AGBC Exchange I – Saturday, 21st April 2018 

 AGBC Munich’s Top Event of the Year!

When:  Saturday, 21st 2018 from 9.00-13.30
Where: European Business College, Wolfratshauserstr 84, 81379 Munich
Cost:      EUR 10.00 for members and guests (incl. light lunch)

What:   11 AGBC member speakers with each offering presentations or workshops to 100 members and guests on topics related to personal development and business management plus a few wild cards topics of general interest.  The Speakers and their topics include:

Fritz Beindorf – Aqua Culture

Alex Gloy – Crypto-Currencies – Long-Term Impacts on Financial Systems and Society

Naomi Susan Isaacs - CHARISMOLOGY – The Science of True Charisma, the god-given gift

Nicole Mignone – Thinking Like a Lawyer – consider the skills necessary to run your business instead of it running you

Christina Montesinos – How Capital Markets Can Better Serve Female Entrepreneurs and Women-Owned Businesses

Bruno Müller – From Good to Great – Business Model Innovation for Freelancers and SME’s (Mittelstand)

Linda Jo Rizzo – Healthy Eating in Today’s Modern World    

Paul Salazar – Planetary Exploration:  Past, Present and Future … and Why

Martha Scheffel – Free Your Voice – improve breathing and speech projection using elements of Belcanto breathing and Qigong energy movement

Frank Thomsen – “Manyfolds” – The Eco-Friendly Sustainable Furniture System

Brendan Todd – Smart Retirement 2.0 – Transatlantic Trends, Markets and Regulations

Format: Workshops are 45 minutes each with 15 minutes in between for networking and room changes. Workshops run 3 or 4 in parallel for a total of 3 hours, plus a catered lunch.  During this great interactive forum, attendees will be able to participate in 3 complete workshops.

Registration starts at 0900 with the meeting kicking off at 0930, followed by the first of the three workshops at 1000.  The lunch starts at 1245.

For our Exchange events, AGBC Munich is always looking for speakers among our membership who want to share their personal interests and passions in an interactive environment. In the past, topics have focused on a wide range of subjects, including Self-Management, Business in Practice, Culture and Society, Trends and Innovation, Social Responsibility, Industry Insights, and much more.

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