Season's Greetings

Season’s Greetings 2021

Dear alumni, partners and friends,

As the year draws to an end, we’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation and business throughout another exceptional year.

Even though we all hoped the global pandemic would have been over by the end of 2021, the effects on our professional and private lives are still evident. The pandemic has also made us reconsider relevant questions like what are we here for, what have we achieved, who is truly important in our lives and what is it that we truly cherish?

In year 2021 we were delighted to see our alumni community in Finland grow. With 44 students graduating from our Executive MBA programme and one from the Doctorate of Business Administration, several new intakes for the Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching, the launch of the Boardroom Skills programme, and many successfully delivered corporate programmes, the year has allowed us to make an impact through education. Henley Business School has also maintained its position as the leading executive education provider in Finland and the Henley EMBA remains the highest ranked programme delivered in the Nordics according to Financial Times.

Henley believes in developing leaders for a fairer world. Sustainability has been a driving force behind many of our local activities this year and global events have brought social sustainability and human rights to the forefront. Safeguarding a socially just life for everyone is the key for developing all aspects of sustainability. Therefore, we have decided to support UNICEF and their work for children in Afghanistan as our Christmas charity this year.

We wish you a happy, healthy holiday season and a wonderful New Year!  

Looking forward to continuing our cooperation with you during 2022,  

The Henley Finland team

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