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The 2015 EFMD Conference in the Middle East and North Africa Regions is hosted by HEC Paris in Qatar, on the theme: "Building Dynamic Networks and Partnerships for the Region"
The EFMD MENA conference brings together business schools, companies, NGOs and the private sector to share and exchange ideas and best practice on management education and development across the region.
The conference will explore the specific geopolitical environment of the MENA region and analyse the consequences for business schools. Highly interactive sessions will engage the audience to revisit and rethink their business models and explore the value and opportunities of IT innovative and digital tools to educate young people and executives in the region.
The conference will be chaired by Laoucine Kerbache, CEO and Dean, HEC Paris in Qatar and includes a distinguished list of speakers including:
Everette Dennis, Dean of NorthWestern University in Qatar
Laoucine Kerbache, CEO and Dean, HEC Paris in Qatar
Karine Lejoly, Director, Innovation & Pedagogy, HEC Paris
Aziza Ellozy, Professor of Practice and Founding Director of the Center for Learning and Teaching at the American University in Cairo
Karim Seghir, Dean, School of Business, American University in Cairo
Ebrahim Mohamed, Director education, Climate KIC
Karim Said, Director French Arabian Business School, Arabian Gulf University
Amol Dani, Chief Operating Officer, Georgetown University in Qatar
Mouna Bendahou, HEM Tangier Director
Ben Glover, Regional Managing Director, Europe & the Middle East GMAC
Marina Ranga, Senior Researcher, Stanford University
Christine Baldy Ngayo, Key Account Development Director, HEC Paris Executive Education
Nasser Al Ansari, Chairman, QDVC
Emil Nehme, CEO, Nehmed Group
Ahmed Al Balushi M Omani, CEO, Bank Muscat
Abdulla Al Mehsadi, CEO, Msheireb Properties
- Time: 12-14th April 2015
- Where: Doha, Qatar
- Contact: Christine Baldy Ngayo
- Email: baldySPAMFILTER@hec.fr
The HEC Board and I are delighted to invite you to a special event on Thursday 12 March at 5.00pm in the Bellon lecture hall. This event will honor four of our most illustrious alumni: Pierre Bellon, Daniel Bernard, Philippe Foriel-Destezet and Didier Pineau-Valencienne.
They will participate in a round-table discussion (in French), hosted by students on the theme of:
"From entrepreneurs to executives: Common practices of four exceptional HEC alumni".
The event will be followed by a cocktail reception.
I'm looking forward to your presence, which will serve to confirm the gratitude of our community to these four exceptional HEC alumni who have all their lives, and through their personal successes, given greatly to our institution.
Please click here to confirm your attendance.
- Time: 5pm
- Where: Bellon lecture hall
On March 4th, the HEC Incubator will be presenting its offer in its new offices in the very center of Paris.
Free and open to all the HEC alumni & students, the HEC Incubator has been helping entrepreneurs since 2007 and relies on 50,000 alumni as well as its international positionning.
Here's the program:
- 6 - 7PM: Q&A with Emilie Abel, head of the incubateur HEC
- 7:30 - 8:30PM : Presentations of the HEC barometer on Entrepreneurship & of the upcoming plans for HEC Paris, with Margaux Pelen & Etienne, Managers of the Center for Entrepreneurship at HEC
- 8:30PM: Drinks & networking
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- Time: 6pm-10pm
- Where: Remix Coworking, 24 Cour des Petites Écuries, 75010 Paris
- Contact: Emilie Abel
- Email: abelSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
Guided tour of the exhibition titled Economie Humaine, organized by Hélène Maslard, project manager at the Contemporary Art Space.
This exhibition takes a look at the relationships artists have with the corporate world and, more broadly, with the economy.
"But why this exhibition? To demonstrate that the economy is not absent from the concerns of many contemporary artists. To show how the artistic vision of the economy eventually “humanizes” it. By imitating it, by subverting it, by broadening its practices sometimes to an absurd extent, by making it a subject not of tension but of relaxation..." note Paul Ardenne, curator of the exhibition, and Barbara Polla, associate curator.
Among the 22 artists who are contributing to this exhibition, some are world-renowned, such as Hervé Fischer, Lucy + Jorge, Conrad Bakker, and Burak Harikan.
Sign-up is compulsory. NB: to make the exhibition more easily viewable, the number of visitors is limited.
- Time: 12.45-2pm
- Contact: Brigitte Mary
- Email: marySPAMFILTER@hec.fr
The HEC Finance Club cordially invites you to its next lunchtime debate.
Denis Payre, founder and former director of Business Objects, and Vice President of Nous Citoyens, will speak on: 'Key economic and political issues in France and Europe'.
- Time: 12.30-2.30pm
- Where: Hôtel Napoléon, 40 avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris
- Contact: Christel Jullien
- Email: julliencSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
From 10 to 12 February, the Social & Sustainable Business Week offers HEC students the chance to discover solutions to environmental and social problems, through a number of lectures, meetings, workshops and presentations. A careers fair dedicated to careers in the social economy sector will also take place during the week.
- Time: 8pm
- Where: HEC campus
We'll be hosting the fifth edition of the Saclay Pitch Night on 10 February! Open to all entrepreneurial students from the new Paris-Saclay University, it's a great opportunity to pitch an idea or project, or to meet like-minded people (and maybe a co-founder). Click here for more info
- Time: 7.15-10.15pm
- Where: HEC Campus