The “Tim-Eisenmann-Award” was named after its 2014 inaugural winner and is awarded each year to one of the 100 MBA students participating the MBA World Summit. The award is presented to the best speaker at the MBA World Summit. One who exemplifies leadership through their presentation at the Summit Laboratory Sessions. The recipient of this award has to be nominated and voted on by the attendees of the MBA World Summit. Previous recipients have helped the community envision the future and identify paths to success. All MBA World Summit attendees are given an opportunity to vote live during the sessions and the nominee with the highest ranked Summit Laboratory Session will win the Tim-Eisenmann Award. The MBA World Summit Crew will review all nominees and present the award at the evening cocktail session on the second day of the MBA World Summit.


2017: Berlin
Kristina Partsinevelos 
University of Oxford: Saïd ´17

SLS Topic:

“Dating the Media: the guide to getting your company noticed.”

2016: Miami
Benjamin Fernandes
Stanford GSB ´17

SLS Topic:

The most important discussion you never had in college.

2015: Barcelona
Alexander Marlantes
Stanford GSB ´15

SLS Topic:

Learnings from a failed attempt to buy an NBA team: Understanding public-private partnerships through the lens of game theory.”

2014: Hong Kong
Tim Eisenmann
Stanford GSB ´14

SLS Topic:

Shaping the World – Start Up or big Business?”