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HEC Paris event: Schneider Electric becomes partner of the Social Business / Enterprise and Poverty Chair

7 December 2010

Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO of Schneider Electric, this morning signed a letter of committing the Group to support the activities developed within the Chair Social Business / Enterprise and Poverty in the presence of Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize 2006 Founder Grameen Bank, Co-President of the Chair; Martin Hirsch, President of the Civic Service Agency, Co-President of the Chair; Emmanuel Faber, Deputy CEO of Danone; Daniel Bernard, Chairman of the HEC Foundation; Frédéric Dalsace, Professor of the Chair and Bernard Ramantsoa, ​​Dean of HEC Paris.

Schneider Electric becomes a leading partner that will help with Danone, the development of teaching and research in the field of social business.


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