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HEC Students Visit Africa’s Startup Hub
HEC’s Master in Sustainability and Social Innovation (SASI) reached its 2019 climax when over 50 mainly SASI students, accompanied by a staff member and an academic, spent 10 days in the East African nation of Rwanda. The historic visit coincided with the nation’s 25th annual commemoration of the 1994 genocide.
Impact of AI and Robotics on the labor market
Does AI aim to build a better world for humans? Challenges and Opportunities
The second panel discussion moderated by Sangseok You, HEC Paris professor was given by 3 business practitioners, Shirine Maher, Co-founder @EdzoAi; Guillaume Lerouge, Director @LaJavaness, Gautier Virepinte, Senior Manager@ KPMG on the business opportunities of AI application and on-going practice with corporations.
Are you sure your AI is working as it should? Insights from the front lines
Sustainability is the New Strategy
During the “Sustainability is the New Strategy” Challenge on September 6-7, 2018, fifty HEC Paris M1 students learned how sustainability challenges are radically reshaping the way we think and do business. Through various case studies with Veja and Schneider Electric, the students witnessed how enterprises can integrate sustainability at the heart of their business model and strategies. The seminar gave them insight and the tools to rethink and delve into deeper discussions with professors throughout their respective master’s programs at HEC Paris. The two-day Challenge, organized by Jacob Mayne and Amanda Harding from New Angles and the HEC Paris S&O Center, also encouraged the students to rethink their own journey as business school students and professionals.
Mobilize for Impact: Groupe Renault paves the way for sustainable and responsible mobility
S&O partner and co-founder of the Movement for Social*Business Impact, Groupe Renault promotes social innovation through Mobilize, an initiative that strives for diversity and change. Director of RSE Renault, Olivier Faust, and Mobilize Director of Social Business, Francois Rouvier, explain how and why the company chose to shift into high gear.