Events

11 October 2013

First Electric Vehicle conference: The road toward mainstream adoption

The HEC MBA Energy Club organizes the first Electric Vehicle conference on the theme: The road toward mainstream adoption.

The use of vehicles powered by electricity is undoubtedly one of the best solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fight against global warming even in case the coal-based or oil-based electric power generation. Despite their benefits, however, the pervasive use of electric cars faces some hurdles such as high price, driving-range insufficiency, and limited recharging infrastructure.

Our best speakers from Nissan, Renault, AutoLib', Schneider Electric, ABB, EDF, Municipality of Paris and Accenture will discuss the main solutions to these challenges and the ways to bring EVs to the mass market in the few coming years.

  • Guest speakers:

    Emmanuel Schneider, Managing Director, Accenture
    Patrick Le-Coeur, Head of the Electric Mobility, Mairie de Paris
    Michel Couture, Director of Electric Mobility, EDF
    Eric Muret, Electrical Vehicule Charging Infrastructure Manager, ABB
    Vincent Brunel Electrical Vehicule Charging Infrastructure Manager, Schneider Electric
    Morald Chibout, CEO, Autolib
    Thomas Orsini, Electric Vehicle Business Development Manager, Renault
    Jean-Pierre Diernaz Electric Vehicle Director - Europe, Nissan

    Register

  • Time: 2pm - 5pm
  • Where: HEC Campus, Jouy-en-Josas, S Building
23 May 2018

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10 February 2018

HEC Paris Open Day

  • We look forward to welcoming you to the HEC Paris campus on our Open Day. Faculty, staff and students will be available to present our programs, face to face or through conferences.

    **Registration necessary to enter the campus. All guests must register individually here. ID required. 

  • Time: 10am-5.30pm
  • Where: HEC Campus, Jouy-en-Josas
  • Email: com-interneSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
23 January 2018

Carrefours HEC Career Fair

  • The HEC Career Fair is your opportunity to meet students from HEC Paris with varying educational backgrounds, work experience and nationalities. This diversity allows you to recruit candidates whose profiles are best suited to your needs.

20 November 2017

Gawad Kalinga at HEC Paris

Come and meet 5 young entrepreneurs supported by the Filipino Gawad Kalinga NGO, who work hard to "hack poverty" with social entrepreneurship!

  • GK

    Gawad Kalinga (GK), which means “to give care”, was founded in 2003 by Antonio Meloto. It is a movement that builds integrated, holistic & sustainable communities in slum areas and remote rural communities with a vision to end poverty for 5 million Filipino families by 2024.

    GK’s plan, called GK 777, is split into three "phases" each of 7 years:

    • 2003-2010 – 1st phase : Social justice with social impact. GK created 2300 communities all over the country alleviating poverty for 1 million families.
    • 2011-2017 – 2nd phase: Social artistry. For GK communities to be self-sufficient, GK launched in 2010 the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) to serve as an incubator for local and international social entrepreneurs and create jobs in the Philippines.

    To date, GK-CSI has incubated several successful social enterprises such as Bayani Brew and Plush & Play. It today supports younger projects such as  FreeBirds or Oh GK.

    • The GK 777 thirsd phase will be 2018-2024: Social progress by working on scale and sustainability of what have been established earlier.

    REGISTRATION HERE

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19 October 2017

Alliances for Cities in Transition

  • HEC Paris' Society & Organizations (SnO) Center and HEC Alumni are pleased to announce the theme for their annual conference:

    Alliances for Cities in Transition

    Cities faced with an urgent, massive and wicked  challenge: to achieve carbon neutrality while ensuring the inclusion and empowerment of all their citizens. To wicked challenges, complex solutions: transitioning to new city models will not be achieved without the persistent and convergent mobilization of all actors: citizens and the civil society, public, private, investors, researchers...

    HEC Paris sheds light on multi-actor initiatives that aim to build the sustainable, inclusive and resilient cities of tomorrow.
    Join us on October 19 to exchange on the following questions:

    • What is our shared vision for future cities?
    • What are the models of multi-stakeholder collaboration that could maximize impact?
    • Which business models and funding tools will enable this transition?
    • … And what about HEC Paris’ territorial footprint?

    Panel discussions with among the speakers:

    • Alain Juppé, Mayor of Bordeaux, former Prime Minister of France
    • Camille Gira, Secretary of State for Sustainable Development and Infrastructure, Luxembourg
    • Amélie de Montchalin - H.09, LREM Deputy of the French National Assembly
    • Rob Hopkins, Founder of Transition Network, activist, author, blogger, "Green Community hero" by The Guardian
    • Marie Sauvignon - H.00, Sustainability Practice Leader at IMS (Inspiring More Sustainability) in Luxembourg
    • Bernard Stiegler, French philosopher, President of Ars Industrialis and Director of Institut de Recherche et d’Innovation (IRI)
    • Julien Dossier - H.95, Founder of Quattrolibri, co-author of 2050 Carbon neutrality Strategy of Paris , HEC Paris Lecturer 

    Calendar:

    • 2pm – Collaborative workshop: come and build solutions for future cities!
    • 5.30pm  Ongoing success stories
    • 7pm – Cocktail
    • 8pm – Round-table and debates with keynote speakers

    Information and registration: https://www.hecparistransitioncities.com/

  • Time: 1.30pm - 10pm
  • Where: HEC Paris Campus
  • Contact: Elisabeth de Réals
  • Phone: snocenter@hec.fr

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