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Great turnout in the UK for the launch of the Impact tomorrow campaign

The UK-based HEC community came together on Tuesday September 24 at the French Residency in London, joining Peter Todd, Dean of HEC Paris, Olivier Sevillia (MBA.80), President of the HEC Foundation, and Delphine Colson (H.94), Executive Director of the HEC Foundation, to celebrate the launch of the Foundation’s new fundraising campaign, Impact Tomorrow.

Lancement impact tomorrow à Londres

This ambitious campaign should enable HEC to develop vital projects, such as the excellence of faculty, diversity and integration of all talents, the renovation of the campus and research and teaching in line with a new model of responsible capitalism.


Highlights of the evening included talks by Mathieu Gaveau (H.98), Chairman of the UK campaign committee, and Emmanuelle Brizay (H.01), co-founder of Panoply city, who spoke of their experience and called for strong commitment from the UK community to support the School’s projects in the framework of this new campaign.


Delphine Colson also took the opportunity to thank the UK alumni community for its active ongoing commitment to the Foundation and HEC Paris.
 

See the pictures of the event.