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SnO events9 November 2016
Launch of the Movement for Social * Business Impact
- When: 09/11/2016
- Where: HEC Paris campus
- Contact us: derealsSPAMFILTER@hec.fr
To relive that unique event:
VIDEO of November 9 evening on HEC Paris YouTube Channel: Creating Social x Business Impact
On Wednesday, November 9, Social Business Chair and SnO Center directors announced the launch of the HEC Paris Movement for Social x Business Impact in the presence of Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus and top representatives from six multinationals among whom Emmanuel Faber, CEO of Danone.
This ambitious new initiative aims at contributing to a more inclusive economy, where businesses tend to maximize both their social impact and their business performance.
Together with Professor Yunus and Emmanuel Faber, HEC Paris welcomed Gilles Vermot-Desroches, Sustainability & BOP Senior VP, Schneider Electric; Oliver Faust, Corporate Social Responsibility VP & Managing Director Renault Foundation, Groupe Renault; Laurent Auguste, Senior EVP Innovation & Markets, Veolia; Anna Notarianni, President of Sodexo France; Manoelle Lepoutre, Civil and Society Engagement Senior VP, Total and Jacques Berger, Director of the Action Tank Social & Business
The HEC Paris Movement for Social x Business Impact will be managed and integrated by the Society & Organization Center. This historic evening further anchors HEC Paris new strategy of putting social impact at the heart of business policy.
Please find HERE the press release.
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