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HEC Alumni #SolutionsCOP21, Paris 2015

10 December 2015

New energies and cleantech, industrial ecology, aeroponics, creative carbon offsetting, innovative financing ...

As part of the SolutionsCOP21 event/exhibition at the Grand Palais in Paris, HEC Paris organizes a roundtable with 2 entrepreneurs and an investor in cleantech that develop effective solutions to fight against climate change:

- Lionel Cormier, Associate of Demeter Partners
- Alexis Krycève, Founder of Treez, AK2C, co-founder of PUR Project
- Marie de Raismes, Co-founder of CombaGroup

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The three HEC Paris Alumni will share their experience and answer the following questions: what are the conditions for success of their companies? What is their impact? How to finance a project and in what innovative ways? What advice would  they give to those who want to start?

The round table will be moderated in French by Lise Penillard, director of the HEC Paris MSc in Sustainability and Social Innovation, and member of HEC Paris Society & Organizations (SnO) center.

Click HERE to attend the roundtable on Thursday 10 December 2015

Click here to learn more about SolutionsCOP21 

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