News Executive MBA
Sidy Bane: pushing boundaries in the African oil and energy industry
From the moment Sidy Bane completed his university studies, he began a relentless pursuit to improve the African continent’s oil and energy infrastructure. Sidy’s work experience spans the wide spectrum of Africa’s ever-changing oil industry. He launched his career at Mobil, and after a decade there he decided to work for a new company, Puma Energy, where he is now the General Manager for the Southern Africa Sub-region.Read more
Nicolas Bally: from engineer to executive
Nicolas Bally is a true global citizen. He has worked around the world, and was named Vice President of the Asia-Pacific Region for the SBU Turbomachinery of MAN Diesel & Turbo in January 2016. Let’s chart the course of this engineer, executive and alumnus of the EMBA (Master of Business Administration) program at HEC Paris.Read more
Olivier Calandreau: around the world in one career on three continents
Olivier Calandreau’s career has taken him from one end of the globe to the other -and back again. As the Representative Director and CEO of BNP Paribas Cardif Korea, Olivier has spent more than 18 years working in India, Argentina, Taiwan and Chile, including some time back in Paris to complete the EMBA (Master of Business Administration) program at HEC Paris. His career has seen many successful product launches, strategic shifts, and positions on executive boards already. Hearing him talk about it, though, it sounds like he’s just getting started.
Krishna Nistala: from employee to entrepreneur
Krishna Nistala was already in the middle of a successful corporate career in France when his entrepreneurial ambitions led him to a crossroads – should he continue climbing the corporate ladder, or start his own business? Itching to put his abilities to the test after completing the EMBA program at HEC Paris, he returned to India to create his own consulting firm, i2R Consulting Private Limited.Read more
How the HEC Paris EMBA program is evolving
An interview with Matthew Gibb, Director of the HEC Paris Executive MBA.Read more
From humble beginnings to highly successful company
We spoke with Point Vision co-founder François Pelen about what he does and how the HEC Paris Executive MBA has been instrumental to his work.Read more
Hervé Gentile always wanted to be an entrepreneur or a detective - now he does both
Hervé Gentile, Managing Director of Alchemy Search, reveals how the HEC Paris Executive MBA has impacted his career.Read more
HEC Paris African women leaders award for social innovation attributed at Women’s Forum in Mauritius
HEC Paris awarded Clara Ravoavahy, a Madagascan entrepreneur, the HEC African Women Leaders Award for Corporate Social Innovation at the Women’s Forum that was held on 20 and 21 June in Mauritius. Founder and president of New Print in Madagascar, Clara Ravoavahy transformed her company into a social enterprise by combining environmental concerns and professional integration.
Dedicated to small States and Africa’s climate change challenges, the 2016 Women’s Forum in Mauritius showcased the innovative initiatives and commitment of women to the environment.
HEC Paris to present the prize for the HEC African Women Leaders Award for Corporate Social Innovation
HEC Paris will present the HEC African Women Leaders Award for Corporate Social Innovation at the Women’s Forum that will take place in Mauritius on 20 and 21 June.Read more
Financial Times Rankings: HEC Paris a leader in Executive Education for the 7th year running
The Financial Times rankings place HEC Paris third overall for Executive Education and second for customized programs in 2016. The school secures top position in categories determined by company feedback, including the highest quality of teachers. This year, for the first time ever, HEC Paris also has the highest level of Faculty diversity out of any business school in the world.Read more