HEC Paris receives prestigious Qatar Enterprise Agility Achiever Award in Education
HEC Paris recently received the Qatar Enterprise Agility Achiever Award in Education at the 2015 Qatar Enterprise Agility Awards.
HEC Paris has been recognized for its highly-ranked, Qatar-specific management programs and research activities, as well as for its influential list of Qatar-based graduates. The business school was selected by the Board of Entrepreneur Middle East, using a set of criteria that includes educational programs, involvement with Qatar as a nation, promotion of entrepreneurship, corporate custom programs and initiatives supporting family businesses.
A GREAT HONOR FOR HEC PARIS IN QATAR
Professor Laoucine Kerbache, Dean & CEO of HEC Paris in Qatar, who accepted the award stated: “ Since our establishment in 2010 following the invitation of Qatar Foundation, our objective has been very clear – to provide the finest Executive Education programs and research activities in Qatar and the region. We have taken full advantage of our long and profound experience in academic and sound management practices and strategically combined it with our in-depth understanding of the dynamics at work in the region. This has enabled us to tailor-design our programs in accordance with the needs and requirements of this market. ”
The Awards is an annual event organized by Entrepreneur Middle East and hosted in different countries in the region. This year’s edition in Qatar was held in association with Doha Bank and follows on from last year’s highly successful inaugural event which recognized the country’s outstanding achievers in business sectors such as banking, logistics, real estate, education and entrepreneurial ecosystems.
We are therefore honored to receive this award and thank the organizers of the Qatar Enterprise Agility Awards for this recognition. This certainly serves to inspire us to do more within the Education sector in Qatar, contribute further to the development of a knowledge-based economy in the country and strengthen the global competitiveness of enterprises in the region.” – Professor Laucine Kerbache, Dean and CEO of HEC Paris in Qatar