Investing in new technologies is not enough to ensure an organisation’s survival in an increasingly competitive global business landscape, say the authors of a new White Paper produced by HEC Paris business school.
HEC Paris Business School has been named as an Institutional Partner of the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society, the world’s leading platform for bringing female voices to the forefront of major global social and economic issues.
France’s number one business school, HEC Paris, has signed major partnership agreements with two of China’s top universities, SUSTech in Shenzhen and Tsinghua University in Beijing. They aim to strengthen academic research, develop executive programs and create world-class degrees in fields as diverse as innovation management, entrepreneurship and creative industries. The partnerships will also reinforce academic research in the two countries. The agreements were signed in the course of the June 22-25 visit to China by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. Edouard Philippe was accompanied for the official four-day stay by the Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation Frédérique Vidal, and Mounir Mahjoubi Minister of State for the Digital Sector. They were present in Shenzhen on June 22 for the signing of the crucial strategic agreement between HEC Paris, France’s top business school and the Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). On this occasion, the two institutions also announced the establishment of the Sino-French Innovation Platform in Shenzhen. This initiative is geared to provide knowledge, training and cooperation opportunities to deep-tech companies and entrepreneurs from the two countries.
Ten students from HEC Paris have come together with administrative teams and teachers, as well as graduates of the school, to accommodate twenty refugees over a semester. This initiave is the result of a partnership with Wintegreat, a solution for the professional integration of refugees.
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