Groups Category : Z/Yen

  • Security Forward Private

    Security Forward

    Created on: Friday, 14 February 2014
    Security Forward is a forum for Corporate Security Directors to meet and network with their peers four times a year and share intelligence, including interactive presentations from Security experts. Membership is by invitation only and limited to a select number of Corporate Security Directors. Each meeting will start at lunchtime and conclude with a dinner. The Group's mission is to focus on security issues related to business, including...
    0 Discussions
    2 Wall Posts
  • Z/Yen Alumni Private

    Z/Yen Alumni

    Created on: Tuesday, 12 February 2013
    Z/Yen was founded in 1994, so now boasts an immense team of successful alumni. Supposedly, the Latin nouns alumnus and alumna mean "foster son, foster daughter, pupil" and are derived from the verb alere "to nourish", which is not too far from alea, a dice game, i.e. chance and risk/reward management. Z/Yen hopes that it has nourished its alumni, and perhaps they may nourish Z/Yen, but this discussion group was formed to help alumni nourish...
    0 Discussions
    1 Wall Post
  • The Captains' Blog Private

    The Captains' Blog

    Created on: Tuesday, 13 March 2012
    Informal yet semi-regular pointers to things going on in Z/Yen you might miss if your head is down doing work, but you look up from time to time and wonder what’s going on.
    24 Discussions
    18 Wall Posts
  • Z/Yen

    Z/Yen

    Created on: Thursday, 10 November 2011
    News and information on Z/Yen events and activities.
    2 Discussions
    7 Wall Posts
  • Lady Daphne

    Lady Daphne

    Created on: Monday, 05 July 2010
    S. B. Lady Daphne is one of the most famous of London's classic wooden vessels still sailing. 91 feet long (28 meters), 21 feet wide (6.5 metres), built in 1923 at a gross tonnage of 117 tonnes, able to transport 220 tonnes of cargo, Lady Daphne was one of the many thousand Thames sailing barges built for the English coastal trade from the 18th century until the middle of the 20th century. Now there are fewer than 40 barges left in Britain,...
    16 Discussions
    2 Wall Posts
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