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May 8th, 2007

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Abstract:
Market Day may be a single day affair, but the company also has an employer branding initiative with a number of B-schools, which goes on round the year. HIL provides students of these institutes ‘learning support' that take the form of knowledge transfers in the areas of nanotechnology, environment, and innovation, and live case studies in supply chain and human resource management.

The B-schools covered by Henkel's employer branding initiative include Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad; the Madras School of Economics; IIM, Ahmedabad; Institute of Financial and Management Research, Chennai; the Great Lakes Institute of Management, Chennai; and Xavier Institute of Management Education, Bangalore.

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