Events

15 March 2012

Sustainable Business Conference

21 February 2017

Wines Go East! Film screening & Round Table on Asian passion for Great Wine

Exclusive premiere of Red Obsession in France Round Table on Asian passion for Great Wine

  • 5pm : Introduction and presentation of the invited experts in a roundtable presented by Aurélie Labruyère.

    5.15pm : Film screening of “Red Obsession”

    6.30-7.15pm : Roundtable with Jean-Guillaume Prats, Estates & Wines CEO ; Ravi Viswanathan, Visvires - Uula & Grover President; Christophe Spaenjers, Associate Professor - HEC Paris and Jean-Francis Pécresse, Director of Information for Radio Classique, and editorial writer for wine section of Les Echos,

    on the following themes :
    The impact of the Chinese market : how to capitalize on the Chinese enthusiasm for red wines, in particular French wine, to create sustainable growth
    Planned high quality vineyards in China: for example, Ao Yun
    The future market, what does India have to offer?

    7.15-8.15pm : Networking during a wine tasting.

    Registration

  • Where: Campus Jouy-en-Josas - Auditorium Bellon - S building - 1 Rue de la Libération 78350 Jouy-en-Josas, France
  • Contact: dircom@hec.fr or Aurélie Labruyère - www.vindeme.com - 06 22 91 64 59
  • Email: dircomSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
21 February 2017

Conference: When tech giants take control

Join the debate on Tuesday 21st February! Jeremy Ghez, HEC Paris Professor of Economics and International Affairs, will introduce his research on the rise of the tech oligopoly comprising Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple (GAFAs). The presentation will be followed by a conversation with LSE Professor Saul Estrin.

  • These giants are not only profoundly shaping the tech industry, but also redefining the notion of governance. Taken together, GAFAs generated $433 billion in revenues in 2015, putting them at the same level as a medium-sized economy in terms of financial weight and economic might.
    During the session, Profs. Ghez and Estrin will discuss what their sheer financial weight means to the global economy and society, from influencing personal behaviours to fostering new geopolitical trends.

    How are GAFAs influencing rules and priorities in our daily life?
    How do they reshape our perception of space and relationships?
    What role do they play in the emergence of worldwide geopolitical trends?
    Are GAFAs redefining the whole notion of power?
    ​The conference ​will take place at the London School of Economics and will be followed by a networking reception at The Marquess of Anglesey (39 Bow St, London WC2E 7AU)​.

    Registration
    EVENT DETAILS
    Programme:
    18.30 – 19.00 – Welcome & arrival
    19.00 – 20.30 – Conference and Q&A
    20.30 – 22.00 – Networking reception at The Marquess of Anglesey
    SPEAKERS
    HEC Paris Prof. Jeremy Ghez
    Jeremy Ghez is an Affiliate Professor of Economics and International Affairs at HEC Paris. He is also the Academic Director of the school’s Center for Geopolitics. His research focuses strategic foresight, strategic surprises, global politics and economics, new models of governance and business, American and European politics as well as on Middle Eastern affairs. His work has been published in RAND manuscripts and in reviews such as Survival. He is also a Research Fellow at RAND Europe and the former Editor of La Nouvelle Revue Géopolitique.
    His latest work has been focused in the geopolitical power of GAFA companies (Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple). Most recently, he won the best case of the year award in the Economics, Politics and Business Environment category at ‘The Case Centre Awards and Competitions 2016’ with his case The Economics of Amazon.
     
    LSE Prof. Saul Estrin
    Saul Estrin is a Professor of Management and Founding Head of LSE’s Department of Management. He is currently the Deputy Head of Department for Strategy and Resources. He was formerly Adecco Professor of Business and Society at London Business School where he was the Research Director of the Centre for New and Emerging Markets and Director of the CIS Middle Europe Centre. Saul was also Deputy Dean (Faculty and Research) at London Business School for six years as well as briefly Acting Dean and a School governor for eight years.
    Saul’s main areas of research are emerging markets, with a particular focus on international business issues and entrepreneurship. He has published more than one hundred papers in scholarly journals as well as numerous chapters and reports.

  • Time: 6.30pm - 10pm
  • Where: LSE, Clement House, Hong Kong Theatre, Houghton St, London WC2A 2AE
20 February 2017

DiversiTalk #1: Political Correctness

HEC Paris LGBT+ community invites you to explore the theme of Political Correctness through the eyes of our panelists:


7 February 2017

HEC Chinese Culture Week 2017

  • Nouvel an chinois HEC 2017

    Chinese new year will start from January 28th, 2017. It will be the year of the Rooster. Join Chinese MBA, MiM and MSc/MS students to celebrate the beginning of 2017 together on February 7th and 8th on campus. There will be many different types of activities including a Temple Fair, Chinese dishes, traditional Chinese games, a showing of the Lantern Festival etc. The annual Chinese Culture Week is about to start, don't miss out.

    Program:

    - Opening & Temple Fair 
    Tuesday 7th February, 6pm-8pm, S Building Lobby
     
    - Lantern Festival Dinner & Show (Buy tickets here)
    Wednesday 8th Feburary, 7:30pm-10pm, Galerie Nord, T Building

  • Time: 6pm-8pm
  • Where: Campus HEC - Jouy-en-Josas
28 January 2017

HEC Paris Information Day

  • HEC Paris warmly invite you to our Information Day which will be taking place on our Jouy-en-Josas campus. Throughout the course of the day, you will be able to attend presentations detailing the various programs we have on offer: Grand Ecole Master in Management, Specialized Masters & MSc, Summer School, MBA, Executive Education and PhD.

    Program

    Registration is compulsory here

    Access map here

    Timetable for shuttle buses to campus here

  • Time: 10am-6pm
  • Where: HEC Paris, Jouy-en-Josas
  • Email: dircomSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
24 January 2017

HEC Carrefours Careers Fair

  • HEC Paris' Carrefours Careers Fair will be taking place on 24th and 25th January. This 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.

    For more information and to sign up, click here

    For information on how to reach campus, click here

  • Where: HEC Paris, Jouy-en-Josas Campus
  • Contact: Armand Bridel
  • Phone: (+33) 6 84 86 63 50
  • Email: armand.bridelSPAMFILTER@hec.edu
22 November 2016

Inauguration of the Capgemini Digital Experience Chair

  • Capgemini and HEC Paris will be inaugurating their new "Digital Experience" Chair on Tuesday 22nd November 2016 at OpenMind Kfé Cléry.

    Those in attendance include Peter Todd, Director General and Dean at HEC Paris; Bertrand Léonard, President of the HEC Foundation; Olivier Sévillia, deputy CEO of the Capgemini  Group, and Patrick Ferraris, Chief Executive Officer of Capgemini Consulting France.

    There will be a round table discussion entitled "What is a digital leader?" with participants including:

    - Antoine Denoix, Chief Marketing, Digital, Data Officer, Axa France

    - Antonia Mccahon, Global Digital Acceleration Director, Pernod Ricard

    - Romain Chassinat, Head of Digital Transformation & Marketing, Rexel

    - Jean-Paul Babey, Président, Alptis Assurances

    - Ted Nivan, Software Engineer, Adok

  • Time: 6.30-8.30pm
  • Where: OpenMind Kfé Cléry
  • Contact: Nelly Renault
  • Email: renaultSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
15 November 2016

HEC Finance Club's Lunch-Debate with Olivier Klein

  • HEC Finance Club are pleased to invite you to their upcoming lunch-debate with Mr Olivier Klein, CEO of BRED Banque Populaire.

    The topic of discussion is "What are the challenges facing banks today?"

  • Time: 12.30pm-2.30pm
  • Where: Les salons de l’Hôtel Napoléon, 40 avenue de Friedland, 75008 Paris
  • Contact: Christel Jullien
  • Email: julliencSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
12 November 2016

HEC Paris at the World Knowledge Forum 2016

  • HEC Paris at the World Knowledge Forum 2016

    Pierre DUSSAUGE, Professor of Strategy and Business Policy at HEC Paris, will be speaking at this year's World Knowledge Forum, with his talk entitled "How to Globalize Successfully".

    One of the major changes that has affected the world of business in the last 30 years is what has been called "globalization". However, what exactly this term covers is highly ambiguous, and more importantly, the implications for firm strategy and management are often poorly understood, as are the factors that lead certain industries to become highly globalized over a short period of time. We will therefore start out by defining what globalization really is, from a management and strategy perspective, identifying those factors that drive - or prevent - the globalization of certain industries, and examine the implications of this for individual firms.

    In an increasingly globalized economy, multinational companies have a key role to play. However, few companies have been fully successful in managing their activities across borders. Multinational companies must at the same time adapt to different local contexts and overcome the liability of foreignness by integrating some of their activities on a global basis. This local adaptation-global integration framework raises the issues of learning, innovation and strategic control in multinational companies.

    We will then go on to discuss the fundamental challenge posed by the "liability of foreignness", examine the possible strategic options available to multinational companies, examine the key factors driving the adaptation/integration tradeoff, identify all the sources of advantage global companies can leverage, and finally outline the challenges of learning, innovation, and control in global companies.

  • Time: 1.30pm-2.30pm
  • Where: Topaz

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