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CONFERENCE: “CREATING SOCIAL x BUSINESS IMPACT” at HEC Paris and beyond

On November 9, the Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus and Danone’s CEO Emmanuel Faber, together with HEC Paris Dean Peter Todd, Society & Organizations (SnO) Center directors Rodolphe Durand and Bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot, and Frédéric Dalsace, holder of the Social Business Chair, partook in the business school’s launch of the HEC Paris Movement for Social x Business Impact. They were backed by top representatives from five multinationals and Jacques Berger, director of the Action Tank Social & Business.

This ambitious new initiative aims at contributing to a more inclusive economy, where businesses tend to maximize both their social impact and their business performance.

This historic evening further anchors HEC Paris new strategy of putting social impact at the heart of business policy.​

The HEC Paris Movement for Social x Business Impact will be managed and integrated by the Society & Organizations (SnO) Center.

TO RELIVE THE CONFERENCE:MYunus and EFaber on Nov 9, 2016 at HEC Paris - HD

CONFERENCE: “SCIENCE CONTRE PAUVRETE”

On September 10, 2015 Professor Esther Duflo, French economist, Co-Founder and Director of the Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL), and Professor of Poverty Alleviation and Development Economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology gives a conference at HEC Paris on “Science against Poverty” (in French)

On the same day, she receives the title of HEC Paris Honoris Causa Professor.

Esther Duflo at HEC Sept 10, 2015

PROFESSOR’S INSIGHT: INCLUSIVE AND SOCIAL BUSINESS ISSUES

Why should firms tackle poverty issues? Let’s hear Frédéric Dalsace answer this key question


THE CERTIFICATE

Let’s hear from the Certificate’s participants own words about the program

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LAUNCH OF THE CHAIR

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You will find below videos from the very launch of the Chair:

What is the Chair about? It is about creating wealth without creating poverty

Why create the Chair? It all started in 2005 when Muhammad Yunus became HEC Honoris Causa professor, says bénédicte Faivre-Tavignot

Two presidents? A chance for HEC! says Frédéric Dalsace

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