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HEC Paris Renews Engagement in Women’s Forum
The 15th Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society (WF) featured 3,000 delegates from almost 100 countries, all gathered in Paris to highlight women’s perspectives and experiences on urgent global issues influencing every facet of society. Amongst them, 17 speakers and 40 volunteers from HEC Paris ...
Strong Showing for Recruitment to Top Businesses in Africa
HEC Paris participates in the 8th edition of the CGECI Academy in Abidjan
On October 14 and 15, the 8th edition of the CGECI Academy, a major economic forum for the private sector held each year in Abidjan, was organized by the General Confederation of Enterprises of Côte d'Ivoire. The HEC office in West and Central Africa was present there in the form of a stand, while L ...
The Abidjan office supports HEC Paris's development actions in West Africa
HEC-TRIUM Masterclass & HR Breakfast with Prof. Oliver Gottschalg in London
Trophies for Leading French Companies in Africa
For the 10th consecutive year, the independent consultant company BearingPoint rewarded outstanding French companies in six categories ranging from its business model to its sustainable development. For the first time, its focus was French firms in Africa. In partnership with HEC Paris, CIAN and the ...
Alberto Alemanno Earns Life-long Ashoka Fellowship
HEC Professor Alberto Alemanno became Ashoka Fellow on November 25, 2019, rewarding his life-long engagement to reduce political inequalities by theorizing and experimenting new forms of participatory democracy. His nonprofit organization The Good Lobby (TGL) equips citizens with key civic, advocacy ...
Blue Ocean Awards 2019: Celebrating Innovation
On November 7, the sixth annual Blue Ocean Awards were held at the Ministry of Economy and Finance. Created in 2014 by Axessio Innovation Strategy, the Ministry for the Economy and Finance and HEC Paris, the awards recognize French businesses that create new markets and innovative products. Once ...
HEC Paris gets cooking… What’s on the menu?
Named after the school’s founder, Gustave Emmanuel Roy, HEC’s newest culinary offering provides a multi-purpose space to collaborate, celebrate, work, relax and, of course, eat. It is the perfect space for practical experience, designed for students enrolled in the new CAP certificate, an elective ...