lxIıI council meeting
8th – 14th of November, Seville, Spain
The LXIII Council Meeting will take place in Seville, Spain. Following the ESTIEM COVID-19 Regulations, the participants of the LXIII Council Meeting must be vaccinated or recovered and they should provide the respective certificate when it is asked. In addition, participants need to present a negative result for either PCR or Antigen test as well as the respective confirmation document.
The ESTIEM Board and Local Group Seville would like to prevent participants from booking their tickets before they are registered in the event on the portal and propose waiting until the dates closer to the Council Meeting. It is also highly recommended to book refundable tickets and invest some money on travel insurance, in case that the pandemic situation does not allow us to have a physical event.
To learn more about the Council Meeting...
The Council Meeting is the statutory meeting of ESTIEM and takes place twice a year.
It is composed of two parts, the General Assembly, where everyone is updated on what is going on in ESTIEM and decisions are made through voting and the Working Groups, Training Sessions and Company Workshops, where smaller groups either work to develop ESTIEM, or improve their soft skills.
It is the place where we gather to invest time in our organisation, to meet new and old friends, and where we celebrate the ESTIEM spirit. See you there!
The LiveStream of the LXI CM
LX Council Meeting Minutes
How will we do it?
What will be voted upon?
ESTIEMers can apply to...
Local Groups can apply to...
- host LXV Council Meeting Fall 2022
- become Observers (Guest Groups)
- become Members (Observers)
- discharge of the 31st Board
- approval of the budget
- approval of the LXII CM minutes
My name is Tanja Gagić (also known as Taki) from Local Group Belgrade and I am very honoured to present my second application for Project Leader of ESTIEM Magazine.
A little bit of backstory: It has taken me quite some time to find my spot under the ESTIEM umbrella. Since joining my Local Group in 2017, I have explored different paths for my ESTIEM self: IT, Analysis and Human Resources. Two years had passed until I stumbled upon my first big ESTIEM love: the development of ESTIEM Blog. As Samuel Beckett once said: “The creation of the world did not take place once and for all time, but takes place every day.”, and imagine my joy when I got to create something entirely new and entirely my style! I was storming through old ESTIEM Magazine issues, completely fascinated by the world I was once unaware of: the archive of what ESTIEM went through in the past (at the time) 29 years. It hasn’t taken me much until I joined the ESTIEM Magazine team, ready to be a part of the equation, ready to deliver an epic ESTIEM Magazine issue.
And we did just that.
As the Article Acquisition task group leader, as an ESTIEMer, and as Taki, the moment I had the 57th issue of ESTIEM Magazine in my hands for the first time was probably one of the proudest moments in my life. It was also the moment I realized that I want to see myself being the leader, giving back as much as I can, all in order to ensure ESTIEM Magazine remains being as inspiring as I see it. And now, I can say that applying and (spoiler alert) being elected as the Project Leader of ESTIEM Magazine’s 59th issue in May felt so incredibly fulfilling that it exceeded anything I’ve expected.
Now, almost 6 months later, I’d love to be given the opportunity to dive back in and make sure the 60th issue lives up to all the expectations and surpasses them. The areas I would focus on in my second mandate as Project Leader are:
- Working on possible new partnerships with additional, expanded ESTIEM Magazine offer, together with Corporate Relations Committee,
- Increasing the reach of the ESTIEM Magazine on digital platform Issuu, with focus on Social Media,
- Restructuring the timelines of task groups, ensuring that they compliment each other and that there are no gaps in workflow,
- Exploring different possibilities for distribution of ESTIEM Magazine,
Thank you for your attention. I will be really happy to answer any questions or hear suggestions you might have. You can contact me through email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In high ESTIEM,
5th of November Thursday
1 - Official Opening of the Council Meeting
2 - The ESTIEM Song
3 - Quorum of the Council and enlistment of the votes by proxy
4 - Voting Procedure
5 - Election of the Chairman of the General Assembly
6 - Election of the Secretaries of the General Assembly
7 - Election of the voting committee
8 - Change of Agenda Points
9 - What to expect from a Council Meeting
10 - Approval of Minutes from LX CM
11 - Words of Welcome
12 - ESTIEM Board
13 - Board Report
14 - Presentation of the ESTIEM Framework
15 - Get Active in ESTIEM
16 - Activity Report
17 - Proposal Overruling LG Requirements
18 - Retained earnings of Departments
19 - Membership Applications
20 - Voting Procedure I
21 - Voting Session I
22 - Elium Report
23 - Voting Results I
24 - LG Requirements
25 - Annual Report 30th Board
26 - Accounts on the 30th Board
27 - Audit Report of the 30th Board
28 - Miscellaneous
6th of November Friday
29 - Quorum of the Council and enlistment of the votes by proxy
30 - Corporate Relations in ESTIEM
31 - Finances in ESTIEM
32 - Financial Report of the current year
33 - Explanation of Discharge of the Board
34 - Voting Procedure II
35 - Voting Session II
36 - IEM Conference Report
37 - Company Presentations
38 - University Presentations
39 - Education in ESTIEM
40 - Educational Partners
41 - Voting Results II
42 - Miscellaneous
7th of November Saturday
43 - Quorum of the Council and enlistment of the votes by proxy
44 - Strategy of ESTIEM 2018-2021
45 - Applications
46 - Certifications
47 - LXII Council Meeting Porto Update
48 - TIMES Final Lyon Update
49 - Board Goals 31st Board
50 - Future of ESTIEM
51 - Miscellaneous
8th of November Sunday
52 - Quorum of the Council and enlistment of the votes by proxy
53 - Externals Presentations
54 - Progress in ESTIEM
55 - Voting Procedure III
56 - Voting Session III
57 - Alumni Presentation
58 - Appreciations
59 - Voting Results III
60 - Miscellaneous
61 - Council Meeting Photo
62 - One more ESTIEM Song
63 - Official Closing of the Council Meeting
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
Every Local Group can be represented by only one Delegate. This means that there will be 75 Delegates, one for each Local Group.
Spain is in the red zone on the COVID Map based on the European Centre for Disease Prevention and based on the new ESTIEM COVID Regulations, International Events can be organized only with participants that have vaccination or recovery certificate. This means that the participants of the LXIII Council Meeting Seville must be vaccinated or recovered and they should provide the respective certificate when it is asked.
Any COVID vaccine is valid in order to attend the event. There is no distinction between approved and non-approved by the European Union Vaccines from ESTIEM’s side. But make sure that you fulfilling the needed requirements to enter the country.
Yes, participants need to be tested negative with either PCR (72 hours before) or Antigen (48 hours before) tests before their arrival to the event. Moreover, during the arrival, they will need to present the negative test result to the organizers.
As the current situation is pretty uncertain, please do not book your tickets before you are registered and try to wait until the dates closer to the LXIII Council Meeting Seville. We would also suggest that you book refundable tickets and invest some money on travel insurance, in case that the pandemic situation doesn’t allow us to have a physical event.
Local Group Seville can provide a Visa Invitation Letter. To request it, you can send an email to email@example.com and add firstname.lastname@example.org in CC.
At the moment, we are evaluating the LXIII Council Meeting Seville participants’ numbers and if there is an open call for extra places, an email will be sent to the actives email list in time. You can join the actives email list by clicking here or by asking your Local Responsible.
The Participation Fee for LXIII Council Meeting Seville is 100 euros, it covers food, accommodation, transportation during the event, and activities included in the agenda.
To ask more questions, you can use the form at the end of the page or send an email to email@example.com.
Due to the current situation we are doing our best to make the LXIII Council Meeting Seville happen in the safest possible way. So in order to prevent any unforeseen situations, we have decided to be strict with the number of participants and avoid interactions with externals. Therefore, only registered people and the organiser's team can attend the event’s activities.