Events

3 February 2011

Netexplorateur Forum 2011

As the culmination of a year’s observation and analysis of the changes in digital society on a global scale, for two days the Netexplorateur Forum reviews the most promising initiatives detected by the Netexplorateur Observatory in the past year.

The Forum enables more than 1,000 business, political and media executives to:
- Discover the most promising digital initiatives worldwide that will impact the way we communicate, learn, work, consume and live,
- Gain insight into major underlying trends from sociologists and other experts,
Hear and meet the ten international Netexplorateur award winners
- Dialogue with their peers on the major orientations of tomorrow’s digital society and the impact of its innovations on private and public governance.

The event is not a technology show, a start-up funding fair or a series of workshops focusing on a specific business.
In line with its founders’ aim of being more than a mere catalogue of cutting-edge innovations, the Netexplorateur Forum focuses on their adoption by citizens, businesses and institutions.


1 October 2015

The 2 Degrees Challenge. Climate is our Business

For the first time, and in the perspective of the COP21 in Paris, Students, Professors, Alumni and Partners of HEC Paris invite you to be an actor to fight climate change and build business solutions.

  • For the first time, and in the perspective of the COP21 in Paris, Students, Professors, Alumni and Partners of HEC Paris invite you to be an actor to fight climate change and build business solutions: - How is climate change radically redefining business models & practices? - How can companies drive an ambitious & fast enough transition towards a carbon neutral economy? - How is the HEC community committed to drive this cultural change? Among the inspiring Keynote Speakers: Jeremy Rifkin, economic and social theorist, Emmanuel Faber (H.86), CEO of Danone, Bertrand Badré (H.89), Managing Director & Group CFO at World Bank Group, Hervé le Treut, climatologist and IPCC member… • Opening Conference at 12:30 • Workshop Session in the afternoon • Forum Entrepreneurs for Climate • Evening conference starting at 18:30

  • Time: 12:30pm – 10:30pm
  • Where: Campus HEC Paris
  • Contact: DirCom
  • Phone: 01 39 67 71 72
  • Email: dircomSPAMFILTER@hec.fr

7 September 2015

MBA Career Week

  • Will be held on Sept 7, 8, 10, 11, 2015.

    This is a career recruitment event for current MBA participants (Class of 2016): presentations, networking, interviews.

  • Where: HEC Campus
  • Contact: Corinne Bonifay
  • Phone: 01 39 67 74 20
  • Email: bonifaySPAMFILTER@hec.fr