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Unite 2011, a Nordic conference hosted by Denmark and Sweden about Youth Leadership, business and entrepreneurship

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  • 1.AIESEC DenmarkAIESEC Sweden, andAIESEC Norwaypresent:
    UNITE 2011
    Copenhagen 27 30 January 2011

2. The story
In 2010, more than 200 students from Denmark and Sweden united in Lund, Sweden.
They had an unforgettable experience.
They participated in an innovative Youth to Business Forum.
They elected their leaders for the coming year.
They gained new skills in a dynamic learning environment
3. Now we repeat the success!
In Copenhagen
27th 30th of January 2011
250 300 delegates from:
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
UNITE 2011 will be a conference for aspiring leaders, innovators, entrepreneurs and change makers!
4. The countries behind
Denmark
Sweden
Norway
X: 50
X+L: 3
LR: 94
Members: 325
LCs: 5 (+1)
Campuses: 10
X: 76
X+L: 15
LR: 86
Members: 298
LCs: 6
Campuses:
X: 55
X+L: 5
LR: 58
Members: 137
LCs: 4
Campuses:
Dictionary:
X = Exchanges realized | X+L = Leaders going on exchange | LR = Members taking up a leadership role | LCs = Local Committees
Statistics are from the year 2009-2010
5. What will happen
Youth to Business Forum
Students and business engage in dialogue
Interactive forum to explore innovative solutions to real life business problems
6. What will happen
Elections
The members elect their leaders of the coming year
Young students decide to take their ambitions to a new level
Young students decide to become the leaders of tomorrow
7. And a conference!
Track 1 TBD
An AIESEC conference is where members learn new skills
Track 2 TBD
And they acquire leadership competencies
8. Company benefits
Reach an audience of 760 committed AIESEC members and their classmates and fellow students at more than 19 campuses in 3 different countries.
Address 300 high potential ambitious students directly
Connect with the leaders of tomorrow
Brand your company in a progressive and dynamic environment of students!
In contrast to ordinary student events such as career fairs, the Y2B Forum provides:

  • a stronger focus on a predefined theme

9. space for longer dialogues with national and international talent 10. creative and interactive solution finding processes 11. more visibility for companies compared to other mass events 12. youth opinion as crucial input for organizational activities