HEC Paris Business School appoints Executive Education heavyweight Prof. Anne-Valerie Corboz as new Associate Dean of Executive Education
Professor Anne-Valérie Corboz joins HEC Paris as its new Associate Dean of Executive Education. Prof. Corboz, who has enjoyed a long and international professional trajectory in the business school arena, joins the school from Duke Corporate Education in Singapore, where she oversaw Duke’s executive education operations in Asia, India and the Middle East. Prior to joining Duke CE, Professor Corboz held faculty and executive roles at IMD, Insead, Singapore Management University and the Boston Consulting Group, among others.
Eloïc Peyrache is appointed Interim Dean of HEC Paris for a period of nine months
The Bouygues Group and HEC Paris together create the “Smart City and common Good” chair
The Bouygues group and HEC Paris announce the creation of the “Smart City and Common Good” chair with the objective of contributing to thinking on major societal challenges and the contemporary world.
Through the creation of this chair, in partnership with HEC Paris, the Bouygues group aims to:Help convey a people-focused vision of the smart city to future decision-takers; Draw on academic thinking to make its sustainable city offerings more meaningful; Raise awareness about the diversity and quality of careers within the Group.
Institut Polytechnique de Paris and HEC Paris launch a new Center with global ambitions in the fields of AI and Data Science: A Center designed to better serve the interests of Science, Economy, and Society
HEC Paris and Institut Polytechnique de Paris (IP Paris) announce the creation of Hi! PARIS, an interdisciplinary center for research and education devoted to AI and Data Science. Hi! PARIS is the first interdisciplinary and interinstitutional center in Europe, bringing together education, research and innovation. Its declared ambition is to become a world leader in these fields within five years by answering the major challenges linked to technological transformation and its impact on companies and society at large.
The "Hacking Covid-19 Africa" hackathon by HEC Paris engages the African youth
HEC Paris announced on Tuesday 23rd June, 2020 the results of the Hacking Covid-19 Africa, an event entirely dedicated to the African continent organized from 19th to 21st June 2020.
Led by students and young graduates from HEC Paris, it brought together more than 400 participants from 43 countries and 165 schools around 106 projects. After a vote by the participants, 50 of them were presented to the jury.
HEC Paris’ Creative Destruction Lab launches CDL Climate
HEC Paris announces the launch of CDL Climate, - a new stream that will coordinate entrepreneurs, scientists, mentors, and investors in a structured process to increase the probability of success for high impact and scalable solutions targeted towards climate change challenges. The first session will kickstart in October 2020 with 25 climate-focused recruited startups, with a focus on continental Europe and Africa.
Activist Hedge Funds: Short-Term Gains Offset By Drop in Companies’ Value in Long Term, New Research Finds
HEC Paris’ Summer School launches its first program dedicated to the Business of Wine
HEC Paris will be opening its doors for its Summer School’s seventh edition on June 8, 2020. Participants from over fifty countries will gather on the HEC Paris campus to attend cutting-edge programs on innovative topics in business management. This year, Europe’s number 1 business school will be adding a new two-week program to its Summer School portfolio: the HEC Paris “Wine Business Program”, its very first program dedicated to the wine industry.