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  • Global networking and ideas exchange focus in startups with international, intercultural and social impact vision.
  • ISUM Guide

    1. 1. Promoting Entrepreneurship, International Leadership & Networking. International Startup Meetings (ISUM) Program Leader’s Guide
    2. 2. We live in a technological and global world where communications and countries have no-boundaries. The opportunity to create global businesses is there, and to do that, AIESEC Alumni International (AAI) is promoting ISUM: The International Startup Meetings. ISUM is a Meeting for bringing entrepreneurs, investors and professionals together for education, networking and funding, while at the same time, to enable local Alumni Association activate and boost their membership and impact in their countries. ISUM has been presented in six (6) countries around the world, impacted in more than 1000 people and has 900 alumni followers in our media and this is just the beginning. Be part of this global momentum! PERU, LIMA - 2012 PERU, LIMA - 2013 FRANCE, PARIS - 2011 FRANCE, REIMS - 2015 MEXICO, DF - 2014 AUSTRIA, VIENNA - 2013 PHILIPPINES, MANILA - 2015 TUNISIA , TUNISIA - 2013
    3. 3. Objective: With ISUM we aim : “To bring entrepreneurs, investors and professionals together to promote and create new global business” – private or social business ISUM Tunisia 2013
    4. 4. Conferencias I. The 7 tips to lead an ISUM
    5. 5. #1: Take the decision You Just need to do 2 steps: 1) Decide with your local or regional alumni association to build an ISUM program and 2) Send your interest to AAI team by emailing: Rolando Cruzado, ISUM Manager AAI; and Ana Maria Mejia, VP Programs AAI. Ana Maria Mejia: Rolando Cruzado: For any doubt, advice of request prior, don’t hesitate to contact Rolando Cruzado ISUM Mexico 2014
    6. 6. #2: Chose your venue You can choose any space where knowledge can be share. Some ideas: Startup Places, Startup Bootcamps, CoWorking Spaces, University’s auditoriums, University’s classroom, Hotels, Company’s private auditorium, Bars, Coffee shops , etc. – Just open your creativity and feel free to choose the best innovative place you want! SUM Manila 2015
    7. 7. #3:Build your Agenda The agenda can take 1 hour or three (3) days meeting. Feel free to chose the most convenient. You can consider different contents: panels, educational presentations, startup pitches, investment competitions, keynotes, investor roundtables, mentoring sessions, networking, etc. ISUM Tunisia 2013
    8. 8. #4: Chose great Speakers Invite key actors involved in the startup field. Some examples are: CEOs of Startups, Chief of Tech Accelerators, Executives from Incubators, Leaders involved in startup initiatives, people who is generating social impact, Angel Investors, Serial Entrepreneurs, Professors of Entrepreneurship, Leaders from Government who promote innovation and / or entrepreneurship, among others. ISUM Lima2013
    9. 9. #5: Invite you audience Your target audience characteristics are:  Profile: young or senior entrepreneurs, social or business entrepreneurs, students, investors, mentors, researchers, service providers, journalists and startup accelerators. Government officials can also be considered if they are focused on startups or entrepreneurship.  AIESEC Alumni: Participants can be AIESECers, AIESEC Alumni and non-AIESECers. Thus external parties from AIESEC can participate in the ISUM experience.  Age: to enrich the experience, bring people from all phases of their careers, between 24 to 70 years old.  Attendee Interests: Attract participants who want to create new startups, find partners, new opportunities, find new suppliers, attract new startups to their incubators, or provide mentoring, education or services. ISUM Paris 2011
    10. 10. #6: Broadcast! Start to tell to all the network that you are developing an ISUM. Share worldwide about your agenda, your speakers, your OC team, your local association, your partners, the potential opportunities of your country for developing ventures. For this work AAI will help you and put to your disposition: AAI channels for your broadcast:  Broadcast through the AAI’s Newsletter (Email to all our affiliates)  AAI’s LinkedIn  AAI’s Facebook groups  ISUM Facebook Page  ISUM by AAI FB Group This we suggest:  We advice you to build a web page. ISUM Tunisia 2013
    11. 11. #7: Just do it! Organize an ISUM is a great experience. Therefore, just order your times, choose the best schedule and the best team. Its organization can be developed within an AIESEC Alumni Congress, a full time Congress dedicated to, or a Co-organize Agenda with a third organization - as long as an AIESEC Alumni Association leads the agenda. Remember: Live the experience! – AAI’s team is there to work with you! ISUM Lima 2012
    12. 12. Conferencias II. Past Events
    13. 13. ISUM Paris 2011 Hours Friday, 14th October Saturday, 15th October Sunday, 16th October 07:30 08:00 Breakfast08:00 08:30 08:30 09:00 09:00 09:30 Marketing session and creative workshop with entrepreneurs *Pierre-François Chiron, Petronela Eviakova, Karim Zainuddin , Emeric Callec, Anne-Line Hansen and Marc Leprat Startup finance breakfast session with top investors *Jean Du Lac, Stefan Berger, Mondher Khanfir and Marco Villa 09:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 10:30 11:00 Best cases of international start-ups: Q & A session *Raphaël Perez, Amine Chouaieb, Nicolas Lombard and Pierre-François Chiron 11:00 11:30 11:30 12:00 12:00 12:30 Business meetings; questions regarding the first day; Interaction with sponsors12:30 13:00 Break for lunch13:00 13:30 Check-in at Hotel Bedford Paris; Registration 13:30 14:00 Lunch at Musee d'Orsay *Christian Cochard 14:00 14:30 Startup team management session with entrepreneurs, managers and advisors *Maï Le Prat, Christian Cochard, Gail Margolies Reid, Moktar Mnakri, Omar Hammami, Brigitte Constant and Massimo Michaud 14:30 15:00 15:00 15:30 Getting to know each other session ISUM 2011 Award Ceremony at Musee d'Orsay15:30 16:00 16:00 16:30 Goodbye / Start study tour 16:30 17:00 17:00 17:30 Break 17:30 18:00 Startup organisation with entrepreneurs and advisors *Maï Le Prat, Christian Cochard, Gail Margolies Reid, Moktar Mnakri, Omar Hammami, Brigitte Constant and Massimo Michaud 18:00 18:30 Transfer to French Senate 18:30 19:00 19:00 19:30 Official opening at the French Senate; Sponsors speeches; Cocktail *Luca Torosani, Christian Cochard, Olivier Giscard d'Estaing, Gail Margolies Reid, Massimo Michaud and Ali Mnif 19:30 20:00 20:00 20:30 Dinner at Seine River 20:30 21:00 21:00 21:30 ( extra activity ) 21:30 22:00 22:00 22:30 22:30 23:00 Party23:00 23:30 Sight-seeing Tour of Paris 23:30 00:00 ISUM Paris 2011
    14. 14. ISUM Lima 2012 Hours Friday, 16th November Saturday, 17th November Sunday, 18th November 10:00 10:30 Opening *Fredy Hawie, President AAP *Rolando Cruzado, OCP ISUM Panel: 3 Startups Cases *Mario Gil, CoFounder Dipoo *Nicolas Bernal, CoFounder Regalbox *Jorge Mateljan, CoFounder *Nicolas del Solar, CoFounder Nisu Session: How to create a startup in Perú *Gonzalo Ramirez, Lawyer *Azucena, Founder Disfruta 10:30 11:00 Networking *Melissa Lesser, MCVP AIESEC Peru 11:00 11:30 Panel: 7 Key elements to maintain a sustainable startup *Jorte Arteta, Founder Rosatel *Juan Francisco Rosas, Director Wayra Peru *Geraro Reategui, Director Cabify Session: How to pitch your startup effectively *Diana Castañeda, Mentor Startup Academy11:30 12:00 12:00 12:30 Break for coffee Session: Design Thinking *Coach of Design Thinking 12:30 13:00 Panel: How to raise funds to stratups *Enrique Alvares Rodrich, Director at IEEE *Marco Alvarez, Executive Leaders at FYNCIT Networking session 13:00 13:30 Break for lunch13:30 14:00 Closing 14:00 14:30 14:30 15:00 Session: Social Startups *Director at Emprede Social *Luis Carlos Burneo, Founder at Break for lunch 15:00 15:30 15:30 16:00 Master Conference *SubDirector of Marketing at Claro16:00 16:30 Panel: Tools to made startups *Alvaro Zarate, CoFounder Startup Academy 16:30 17:00 Break for coffee 17:00 17:30 Session: How to develop a global startup *Héctor Morrel, Founder InvierteMe 17:30 18:00 Session: Startup Challenge *Director of Innovation Center of Universidad Católica *Alvaro Zarate, Cofounder Startup Academy *Arturo Cánez, Director Lima Valley 18:00 18:30 End of first session 18:30 19:00 19:00 19:30 End of second session ISUM Lima 2012 Venue took place at Universidad Católica del Perú
    15. 15. ISUM Tunisia 2013 ISUM Tunis 2013 Hours Saturday, 18th May Sunday, 19th May 09:00 09:30 Official Opening : "How to boost start-ups in Tunisia, improve their development in the first years and develop them internationally" by Mrs Ouided BOUCHAMAOUI, President of UTICA Welcome AIESEC Alumni; by Mr Wahb ZOUID, President of AIESEC ALUMNI TUNISIA, North Africa Hub Software Leader for IBM. 09:30 10:00 Panel discussion: "Startup marketing Startup: Why it fails? Why it succeeds? How to be creative in the Business Plan. How to build a business model that lasts? Why to go global to grow? How to create a position you can defend? How to cut your IP coat? How to move a brand forward? What are the digital rules for brands? (1) Mr Jean DU LAC, senior advisor for startup; CEO of Dulac & Co (France, UK), President of the INSEAD Africa Club, INSEAD Alumni Association France [Moderator], (2) Mr Arnould DE LA BOULAYE, Senior Advisor for startup and business angel (France), (3) Mr Amine CHOUAIEB, CEO, CHIFCO Mr Kais GHARIB, Managing Director, Genesis , (4) Mr Dhafer SGHIRI, Regional Export Manager, SUNAR Group (Turkey), former MCP of AIESEC Tunisia and (5) Mr Sami SMAOUI, Managing Director, HP Tunisia and Lybia STARTUP PITCH AND FINANCING "How to pitch for investors and the eco- system of startup fundraising in Tunisia"(two workshops) *Mr Selim MOUSSA, Private equity analyst and investment advisor at WIKI Startup In parallel with PITCH SESSION for startup: A jury of investors will select the startups that will be able to pitch. (Each startup had 5 to 10 minutes for pitching and 10 por questions from the Jury composed by professional investors (Tunisie Telecom, DIVA SICAR, UGFS and Carthage Business Angels as well as international business angels). *Mr Mondher KHANFIR, Program Coordinator at Carthage Business Angels, co-founder and CEO at WIKI Startup SA. 10:00 10:30 10:30 11:00 11:00 11:30 Break for coffee 11:30 12:00 Panel discussion: Startup finance "How to prepare a (convincing) Business Plan? What is making the difference in the investors’ eyes? How to improve profit and efficiency? How to prevent slow payments? What about Invoice financing? What are the right tax decisions?" (1) Mr Christian COCHARD, Senior Finance Advisor for international groups, Global Program Manager, startups and SMEs, AAI (France) [Moderator], (2) Mr Mohamed Amine GOUTA (AIESEC Hadrumet alumnus) [Moderator] , (3) Mr Jean DU LAC, (3) Mr Aziz MEBAREK, Founding Partner, TUNINVEST - AFRICINVEST, (4) Mr Fadhel ABDELKEFI, Chairman of the Board, Bourse des Valeurs de Tunisie 12:00 12:30 12:30 13:00 Jury presentation and startup award ceremony Closing speeches *Mr Seif Allah BOUNEB, Organizing Committee President, ISUM Tunis *Mr Ahmed BAAZIZ, President 2013 – 2014, AIESEC Tunisia 13:30 13:30 Break for lunch 14:30 14:00 15:30 14:30 Panel discussion: Startup team management "How to work successfully in a startup with partners? With national and foreign directors and staff? How to be a flexible employer? How to manage talents in a startup or SME? What are the right employee rewards in a fast growing company? What about learning and development strategy? How to go global to grow?" (1) Mr Ahmed SABRI (AIESEC Medina alumnus) [Moderator], (2) Mrs Imen KEDIDI (AIESEC University LC) [Moderator], (3) Mr Zouhair BEN LARBI, Chief Operating Officer, Carrières Pro, (4) Mrs Tasnim GAZBAR, Managing Director, VIA Competences and (5) Mrs Aïcha ENNAIFAR, Managing Director, DIVA SICAR 16:30 15:00 17:30 15:30 18:30 16:00 Break for coffee 19:30 16:30 The debate: "How to boost startup development and international partnership between entrepreneurs from Tunisia, MENA, Europe and Africa" (1) Mr Christian COCHARD [Moderator], (2) Mr Mohamed Amine ABASSI (JCI Tunis and GIZ Tunisia, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit) [Moderator], (3) Mr Jean DU LAC, (4) Mrs Tasnim GAZBAR, Managing Director, VIA Compétences and (5) Mr Mondher KHANFIR, Program Coordinator at Carthage Business Angels, co-founder and CEO at WIKI Startup SA. 20:30 17:00 21:30 17:30
    16. 16. ISUM Vienna 2013 Hours Thursday, 10th October 13:00 13:30 Registration at University 13:30 14:00 Opening 14:00 14:30 Keynote: “Why people join companies and leave their managers" – experiences from a startup that was sold twice. *Martin Bittner, AIESEC Alumni who found a company back in 2000 14:30 15:00 Panel discussion: “Expectation towards the Job of the Future” *Cristina Soreany, Representative of the Millenial Generation *Toni Kronke, Head of Recruitment at Teach for Austria *Nicolas Vorsteher, CoFounder of Mercury Puzzle run by Millenials further participants tbc *Sigrid Lentsch, HR and HR development expert 15:00 15:30 15:30 16:00 16:00 16:30 Break for coffee 16:30 17:00 Interactive case studies: “Designing the job of the Future”.17:00 17:30 17:30 18:00 18:00 18:30 Closing and moving to “Riesenrad”. 18:30 19:00 19:00 19:30 Reception at the Giant Ferris Wheel for all participants. 19:30 20:00 Informal dinner at Luftburg 20:00 20:30 20:30 21:00 21:00 21:30 21:30 22:00 22:00 22:30 ISUM Vienna 2013 Venue took place at the newly campus of business WU( Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien)
    17. 17. ISUM Lima 2013 Hours Saturday, 02nd November 09:00 09:30 Registration at University 09:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 Opening and Chair presentation 10:30 11:00 Session: Overview and Challenge in Peru Startup Field *Rolando Cruzado, ISUM global manager from AAI 11:00 11:30 Session: What you most wants an angel investor? *Fernando Moncayo, Alumni from AIESEC Ecuador and CoFounder of Startup Ventures 11:30 12:00 Master conference: What is the future in telecommunication and internet in Peru? *Oscar Ferradas, SubDirector of Business Services Claro -Telecommunication Company 12:00 12:30 Break for lunch 12:30 13:00 13:00 13:30 Panel: What is relevant for government funds that support startups? *Alfred Kobayashi, CoFounder of Holimpo *Abraham Davila, Director of I+D+I *Cesar Gálvez, CoFounder of TechEntertainment 13:30 14:00 Session: What happened after my business model is validated? *Jorge Mateljan, CoFounder of and Alumni from AIESEC Perú 14:00 14:30 Session: What legal topics I should consider when I formalized a startup in Peru? *Gonzalo Ramirez, Lawyer and alumni from AIESEC Perú 14:30 15:00 Session: The case of Linio *Fernando D’Alessio, CoFounder & CEO of Linio 15:00 15:30 Break for coffee 15:30 16:00 Session: What an investor must consider before invest in a startup? *Fernando Moncayo, Alumni from AIESEC Ecuador and Founder of StartupVentures 16:00 16:30 Startup Challenge / Investor & Startup Roundtable, Giancarlo Falconi (Moderator of Startup Challenge) and Rolando Cruzado (moderator of Roundtable) 16:30 17:00 17:00 17:30 17:30 18:00 Last questions, meeting with journalists and photo sessions. 18:00 18:30 Closing ISUM Lima 2013 Venue took place at Universidad del Pacífico
    18. 18. ISUM Mexico 2014 ISUM México 2014 Hours Monday, 24th March Tuesday, 25th March 09:00 09:30 Registration Arrival 09:30 10:00 10:00 10:30 Opening Reopening 10:30 11:00 Keynote: "Relevante of the entrepreneur in Mexico and his relationship with Latinamerica and the World" "Innovation's High Impact" (Technological perspective) 11:00 11:30 11:30 12:00 12:00 12:30 Break for Networking Break for Networking 12:30 13:00 "Ideas that move the world" " "Business Model for Social Entrepreneurships" Startup Challenge: Pitch 13:00 13:30 "National and International Programa for the promotion of entrepreneurship" "Mentoring and pitch evolution for investors" 13:30 14:00 14:00 14:30 Break for lunch Break for lunch 14:30 15:00 15:00 15:30 "Acceleration as a factor of business transformation" "Democratization of funds and capital for entrepreneurship" Break for lunch 15:30 16:00 16:00 16:30 "Private funds - for boosting the growth potential" "Participants will share their experiences in Startup Challenfe" Jury's evaluation 16:30 17:00 AIESEC Entrepreneurship 17:00 17:30 Coffee Break Coffee Break 17:30 18:00 "Strategy and the Business Models" "Award and Recognitions" 18:00 18:30 "Closing and introduction of the Second day" Closing
    19. 19. ISUM Manila 2015 Hours Friday 10, July 09:00 09:30 Opening and Welcome Remarks Gavin Ng, President, AIESEC Alumni Asia Pacific 09:30 10:45 Opening Plenary 1. “The Entrepreneurial Mindset” by Paris de l’Etraz, Managing Director, IE Venture Lab; 2. “Start-up as Up-starts: The Disruptive Role of Start- Ups in an Era of Integration” by Atty. Tony Abad, CEO, TradeAdvisors; and 3. “Entrepreneur Mafias” by Manny Ayala, Managing Director, Endeavor Philippines. 10:45 12:00 Leadership Roundtables: Entrepreneurs Edition Inspired by the Global Leadership Roundtable of AIESEC Alumni Philippines, which offers a unique discussion on leadership with top CEOs, this session will feature start-up founders and seasoned entrepreneurs. They can talk to delegates about leadership in the context of building their businesses. 1. Jackie Van den Ende, Lamudi Philippines; 2. Andy Rapista, Watson Institute; 3. Bill Yuen, EntrepreneurHK; 4. Noreen Bautista, St. Mutien College; 5. Paul Rivera, Kalibrr; 6. Japhet Kariuki, Barefoot College; and 7. Monette Hamlin, TeamAsia 12:00 13:30 Networking Lunch 13:30 15:30 Leadership Development Training Series Beyond the hard skills needed in running a business, entrepreneurs also need to develop their leadership acumen. 1. “Lessons in Leadership and Management” by Jackie Van den Ende, Lamudi Philippines; 2. “Leading Innovative Teams” by Marco Villa, Italian Angels for Growth; 3. “An Introduction to Negotiation” by Israel Keys; 4. “Starting Right, Finishing Strong” by Anthony Pangilinan, BusinessWorks Inc.; and 5. “Cultivating your Cultural Intelligence” by Catherine Ocariz, Cultural Intelligence Center 15:30 16:00 Break 16:00 17:30 Open Space Technology OST is an approach to purpose-driven leadership. Harnessing the power of self-organization, delegates are engaged to form into learning circles to discuss any topic or issue under the given theme on: “From Start-up to Progressive Business; How do we get from here to there?” Facilitated by Mignon Ramos, Roadmaps & Beyond. 17:30 18:00 Day One Wrap-Up and Plenary Hours Friday 10, July 09:00 09:30 Morning Plenary 09:30 10:15 Panel Discussion: ASEAN Startup Stories 1. Ellyne Lamin, Social Enterprise Malaysia; 2. Bill Yuen, Founder, EntrepreneurHK; and 3. Subir Lohani, Managin director, Carmudi 10:15 12:15 Innovation Workshops Series Discover your natural capacity for creativity through various innovation and creativity workshops. For aspiring entrepreneurs, come up with new ideas or develop what you have and get started. For start-up teams, crack the creativity code and address everyday challenges in your own business. Experiment with ideation tools that go beyond traditional brainstorming activities which you can also learn to apply on your own. Speakers: 1. “Startup Analysis Mindset” by Ryan Galloway, iCare Benefits; 2. “Creating Breakthrough Innovation” by Marco Villa; 3.“Design Thinking and Ideation” by Andy Rapista; and 4. “Startup Mockup” by Doodle Innovation. Partner Organizations Italian Angels for Growth, IE Venture Lab, iCare Benefits, Watson Institute, Institute for Social Enterprise Development, Impact Hub 12:15 01:30 Networking Lunch 01:30 02:30 Panel Discussion: What Investors Look For In A Startup? Speakers: 1) Paris de l’Etraz, Managing Director, IE Venture Lab, 2) Marco Villa, Co-founder, Italian Angels for Growth, 3) Peter Tay, Chairman, TPS Group Singapore, 4) Joseph Ziegler, Entrepreneur- in-Residence, muru-D Singapore and 5) Joel Santos, Impact Investor and Social Entrepreneur 02:30 05:00 Start-up Pitch Simulation Get a crash course in pitching your idea to a panel of judges at ISUM 2015. This simulation allows delegates to hone their skills in effective communication and get immediate feedback from the panel. Outstanding pitches will get a chance to present to the entire plenary and also receive special prizes. 05:00 06:00 Awarding and Closing Plenary ISUM Manila 2015 Venue took place at ImpactHub (A Innovative Place Part Innov lab, Part Business Incubator and Part Community Centre)
    20. 20. Conferencias III. FAQ
    21. 21. #1: What are the benefits of organizing an ISUM?  It’s a great way to engage and activate your local, national and regional AIESEC Alumni network  You can strengthen AIESEC Alumni as a thought leader to different stakeholders including entrepreneurs, investors, service providers, universities, private companies and government.  You will foster AIESEC values and goals, including International leadership, entrepreneurship and networking. #2: How will AAI will help me in the organization? AIESEC Alumni International’s team is eager to help you with:  Global promotion through our communicational channels: newsletters, blog, email, and social media  Advice on all aspects of your program include design, implementation, agenda, speakers, etc.  Support in communications with international organizations to cut down distances and accelerate national cooperation.  In addition you will be part of the global network of alumni involved in organizing an ISUM (“ISUM evangelists”) so you will be in contact with colleagues motivated like you in the startup field. #3: Is ISUM only for AIESEC Alumni members or can other interested parties can participate? ISUM is for everyone who is interested in the startup field (see FAQ #1) thus, anyone with an idea can pitch their startup or participate. Investor pitches can be divided between early-stage startups (idea or concept stage) or more advanced companies (e.g. projects with a prototype, at the growth stage or even companies that are looking for international partners to expand their markets)
    22. 22. #4: How should I set up the Organizing Committee? You should have an AIESEC Alumni Organizing Committee President (OCP) and an awesome team to execute the tasks of the organization. The team can be composed by AIESEC Alumni, but you can strengthen it with volunteer members from AIESEC, which is an excellent way to bring alumni and AIESEC together. The more alumni you involve in the OC, the more benefit you will bring to your alumni association. You can also consider co-organizing an ISUM with other organizations if you consider it will help strengthen the event and audience. #5: What types of speakers should I choose for the agenda? Consider notable people who are recognized leaders in the startup community, such as leaders of startups (founders, co- founders, directors or managers), leaders specialized in entrepreneurship from any university, government leaders who boost innovation, technology and/or startups and leaders who support investing in startups (angel investors, venture capitalists, private equity funds or government funds) #6: What kind of venue should I consider? You can consider any place that will attract people and which is professional and comfortable. Consider venues that can be donated or sponsored such as a university conference room, a corporate conference facility or a government conference center. Note: the more easy the access for delegates, the more attendances you will have. #7: What type of partners or sponsors should I approach? You can consider partners such as companies, organizations or universities to donate funds, supplies or a conference room for your meeting. They can help you in many ways such as: publicity (sponsors), organization (co-organizers), investment prizes, awards, etc. Note: Target AIESEC alumni owed companies as partners there!
    23. 23. #8: Could I charge a participant fee? Every National Alumni Association should consider the best fee that works best for them. This can be an excellent revenue generator for your organization, when done properly. Revenue can come from both program participation fees as well as sponsorships. #9: Is there a place where I can find further information such as photos, documents, or even more people who have organized an ISUM in the past? Yes, feel free to contact us at AAI and we’ll put you in contact with the right resources to help you with your project. #10: Should we partner with AIESEC on this program? Absolutely, if they are interested. You can do the following things:  Invite MCPs to represent AIESEC and participate in the agenda.  Give scholarships to AIESEC members so they can participate in an ISUM  Invite volunteers from AIESEC to support the OC  Use sponsors and scholarships from companies to benefit AIESEC members  Promote specialized traineeships through AIESEC such as technical, social or management exchanges. …In general, you should look for synergies with AIESEC in any way that you can!
    24. 24. #11: How to manage ISUM? As is shown in the figure below, you should follow a group of 7 tasks to deliver an excellent ISUM. However, you can choose the style, time, and use of resources as you consider best for your local team. In addition, you can consider the duration and resources that works better (the agenda is very flexible to each country and circumstance). An ISUM can be organized in two months or even in a year, and each Organizing Committee (OC) has the flexibility to define it. ISUM Lima 2012 Figure 1: How to do an ISUM Source: ISUM Lima 2012 and 2013
    25. 25. FOLLOW US ISUM by AAI The development of this documents is thanks to the support of members from all around the world in coordination with the team of AIESEC Alumni International. If you have any advice, please write us to: We hope this guide will help you leadn an ISUM in your country! More information at: http://aiesec- 2/international-startup-meeting/