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Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race Seminar ’15

Boat Race Men 2014 Boat Race Women 2014

Oxford Cambridge Boat Race Seminar 2015

Oxford Cambridge Boat Race Seminar 2015

One of The Future Leadership Institute’s* most iconic seminars is related to the yearly Oxford Cambridge Boat Race. The “Business of Rowing” Seminar at the Oxford Cambridge Boat Race involves a selected group of people coming together the day of the Boat Race in a venue alongside the Thames. A few hours before the actual race speakers from the world of rowing and business will explore the transfer of knowledge and learning from rowing to business. After the seminar the audience can watch the start of the Boat Race live. The atmosphere during Boat Race day is unique.
(*Between 2007 and 2011 the Institute carried temporarily the name ‘The Wall Street Journal Future Leadership Institute”)

Next Oxford Cambridge Boat Race Seminar is planned on Saturday 11th April 2015
Seminar starts at 1pm.
First Race is the The Newton Women’s Boat Race at 5pm.
Second Race is the BNY Mellon Boat Race at 6pm.
More information on the Boat Race itself:  http://theboatrace.org/

Price and venue to be defined.
PREREGISTRATION via charuta.vaidhyanathan (at) impactroom.com

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Picture 1: Oxford Win The 2014 BNY Mellon Boat Race

Picture 2: Oxford Win The 2014 Newton Women’s Boat Race
30 March 2014 – Oxford Blue Boat completes a hat-trick of victories as The Newton Women’s Boat Race bids a fond farewell to Henley home.

Picture 3: New trophy unveiled for The Newton Women’s Boat Race
17 February 2014 – To mark a new era of sporting equality, Newton Investment Management, the sponsor of The Newton Women’s Boat Race, today presented the Oxford and Cambridge University Women’s Boat Clubs with a new trophy, designed by Rod Kelly MA RCA, one of the UK’s leading silversmiths.

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