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Rudina Suti


Degree:

EMBA

Location:

United Kingdom

Industry:

Marketing

Year:

Sep 2019 – May 2022

Rudina has an extensive experience of marketing and events management in the luxury consumer area and has lectured on this subject at among others, at Goldsmiths University in London. Educated to primary and secondary level in Athens, she went on to obtain two degrees in Edinburgh, respectively an Honours degree in Marketing and a BA degree in Business Management. Rudina is currently completing her EMBA course at the University of Oxford while also serving as a senior adviser to the Government of Albania.

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Posted by: on January 4, 2021

China’s Belt and Road Strategy into the EU

Beginning eight years ago and in pursuit of its so-called Belt and Road initiative, China established or re-established relations with a group of Central, East European and Balkan countries known as the 16+ China Group, later grown to 17+ China with Greece’s own desire to join the Group in 2019. As regards Balkan countries, those […]

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Posted by: on November 11, 2020

The pandemic inequalities and its impact to the lower-income population

After experiencing my first lockdown back in spring and with a second one just introduced widely around many parts of the world; my attention has been drawn to two articles I read a few weeks ago. The first one, reported by Bloomberg and Harvard Professor Raj Chetty and the second, an article about the economic […]

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Posted by: on October 1, 2020

Women’s influence In leadership through history

Looking at this year’s events that we have all experienced, especially the current COVID-19 crisis, it is apparent from statistics that female political leaders were quick to move in introducing lockdown measures to protect the vulnerable, resulting in lower levels of infection and death than in male-led territories. There are several further examples of women’s […]

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Posted by: on August 10, 2020

Interesting and Odd Rules at the University of Oxford

Organisations across the world adopt unique and interesting historical practices that define their image and brand in wider society. Arcane procedures and sometimes strange rules have endowed in particular institutions with a rich culture; and in the case of learning institutions with a long history of eccentricity, these are usually associated with exciting and odd […]

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Posted by: on October 16, 2019

The magic of Oxford

The day had come and I was finally there! The doors of the Ashmolean Museum were welcoming me! A place pervaded by history where tradition meets the future, well presented during the welcome dinner of the latest Executive MBA class and its 67 students selected from all over the world. For months I was immersed […]

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