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Which Regional Conditions Help Incubators to Succeed in Supporting Start-ups? : Interview with Professor Tiago Ratinho

October 14, 2019

Which Regional Conditions Help Incubators to Succeed in Supporting Start-ups? : Interview with Professor Tiago Ratinho

A group of researchers from the US, Canada and France (IÉSEG) have published a paper which looks at the impact of business incubation to new business ventures across different regional […]

Executive Education: IÉSEG welcomes Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Executive MBA students

October 9, 2019

Executive Education: IÉSEG welcomes Indian Institute of Management Lucknow Executive MBA students

In late August, IÉSEG’s Executive Development and Innovation team welcomed participants from the Indian Institute of Management Lucknow’s IPMX program (Executive MBA)* for a three-week ‘Global Business Exploration Program’. Around […]

Why some lonesome teens find solace in Facebook — but perhaps shouldn’t

October 3, 2019

Why some lonesome teens find solace in Facebook — but perhaps shouldn’t

*Based on an interview with Elodie Gentina and her article “Digital natives’ coping with loneliness: Facebook or face-to-face?” (Information & Management, 2018), co-written with Rui Chen. Today’s adolescents are so […]

Executive Education: a look at the tailor-made program co-created with Cerba HealthCare

October 2, 2019

Executive Education: a look at the tailor-made program co-created with Cerba HealthCare

Cerba HealthCare, an international network of medical biology laboratories, recently decided to co-develop a tailor-made program with IÉSEG. As Cerba is positioned in a highly competitive environment, it is constantly […]

Should companies have strategies for encouraging benevolence between staff?

October 1, 2019

Should companies have strategies for encouraging benevolence between staff?

Based on an interview with Guillaume Mercier, IÉSEG, about his paper* “Formal and Informal Benevolence in a Profit-Oriented Context” (Journal of Business Ethics, 2019), co-authored with Ghislain Deslandes. To address […]

IÉSEG expert contributes to international book about “Generations Z in Europe”

October 1, 2019

IÉSEG expert contributes to international book about “Generations Z in Europe”

Elodie Gentina, professor in Marketing at IÉSEG, has recently contributed to the book Generations Z in Europe: Inputs, Insights and Implications, published this autumn by Emerald. Made up of chapters […]

IÉSEG further strengthens its academic faculty with new appointments

September 26, 2019

IÉSEG further strengthens its academic faculty with new appointments

At the beginning of this new academic year, IÉSEG is pleased to welcome 10 new permanent professors to its academic faculty. Experts in a wide range of management and business […]

IÉSEG’s Bachelor in International Business obtains Ministry recognition (Visa, BAC + 3)

September 24, 2019

IÉSEG’s Bachelor in International Business obtains Ministry recognition (Visa, BAC + 3)

Following the French evaluation committee for management programs’* audit, the French Ministry of Higher Education, Research and Innovation has recently granted the Visa to IÉSEG’s Bachelor in International Business**, which […]

IÉSEG in figures – 2019/2020

September 12, 2019

IÉSEG in figures – 2019/2020

Key figures for the 2019/2020 IÉSEG School of Management school year: students, professors, universities and partner companies, alumni…

IÉSEG School of Management and Le Wagon sign a strategic partnership

September 11, 2019

IÉSEG School of Management and Le Wagon sign a strategic partnership

The objective: to hone IÉSEG students’ tech skills. The two schools are also planning the launch of a joint executive education program. Le Wagon, an internationally recognized coding school, and […]

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