The Second Round of GBSessions in October

Our GBSessions return to the Geneva Business School Barcelona campus with Clarice Vargas and Alex Obradors. Both speakers will be giving talks on how the future of business will look to our students. 

Between the two talks, students will have a chance to network with both speakers over a coffee and get to know more about the topics discussed.

Clarice Vargas Fighting Food Waste: think globally, act locally Geneva Business School GBSessions

Session #1

Date & Time: October 23 14:30 – 15:30

Where: Geneva Business School Barcelona campus

Guest Speaker: Clarice Vargas

Topic: Fighting Food Waste: Think Globally, Act Locally

The first of these GBSessions will feature Clarice Vargas, presenting her ideas on the burning issue of food waste. Vargas describes food waste as one of the most serious problems humanity is facing. A third of all food produced in the world is wasted and this causes serious environmental impacts. 

Vargas’s session will focus on the alarming statistics on food production, and food loss and waste. She will then delve into some simple solutions to fight this issue.


About the speaker


Clarice is a Brazilian advertiser, with a Master in Business Administration and an Executive MBA. She has more than 15 years of experience in marketing strategies for products and services in different sectors. She is an extremely curious person with overflowing energy, who believes in technology and creativity as powerful tools to change people’s behavior. 

Currently, besides being Product Manager in a SaaS company in Barcelona, Clarice is a board member of Asociación Vidas Sostenibles and co-founder of Salvados Beer, the first craft beer in Spain to fight food waste.

Alex Obradors Entrepreneurship: Opportunities and Threats. Geneva Business School GBSessions

Session #2

Date & Time: October 23 16:00 – 17:00

Where: Geneva Business School Barcelona campus

Guest Speaker: Alex Obradors

Topic: Entrepreneurship: Opportunities and Threats

Alex Obrador’s vast experience in the business world has equipped him with a global understanding of entrepreneurship. He considers entrepreneurship to be an attitude that must be cultivated through lifelong learning and constant execution.

Alex’s talk will reveal his own personal and professional journey and his own entrepreneurial attitude. His experience will be invaluable to all students in attendance, especially those studying Entrepreneurship at Geneva Business School.


About the speaker


Alex Obradors is co-principal at Santa Clara International School. Located in Barcelona, Spain, Santa Clara International School has been a leader in personalized learning for more than 50 years. From kindergarten to high school, Santa Clara offers global education to students from all over the world.

Alex has worked as a teacher and school leader for the last 15 years. His goal is to unleash the full potential of every student and to nurture global citizens willing to make a huge contribution to society.

Alex studied Economics at the University of Barcelona, and his professional experience includes Business, Digital and Offline Marketing, and Entrepreneurship.