Dan Prud’homme, associate professor at EMLV Business School, contributed to the recently released flagship report of the World Bank and a think-tank within the Chinese government (the Development Research Center of the State Council) entitled “Innovative China: New Drivers of Growth”.
In an article for LSE Business Review, associate professor at EMLV business school Dan Prud’homme analyses a new model that is helping businesses lock in customers and achieve longer market dominance.
A column by Pascal Brouaye, Director of the Pôle Léonard de Vinci, interviewed by Fernanda Arreola, Entrepreneurship & Innovation Teacher Researcher at l’EMLV, originally published in The Conversation. “Learning is the only thing the mind never exhausts, never fears, and never regrets” (Leonardo da Vinci) Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452, in a farm […]
In this tribune, Erik Ernesto Vázquez, Head of the MSc Digital Business & Analytics, explains that decentralized virtual cryptocurrency (DVC) have been widely adopted. People speculate on the currency value and use it as another investment option without fully understand it. Although there are economic fundamentals that sustain the value of DVC based on the […]
In an interview with the Apec RH Magazine, Sébastien Tran, Director of EMLV, explains how Higher Education is taking into the question of Millenials as future managers. He also delivers 4 business advice to establish a win-win relationship with young graduates. According to a June 2017 Cegos survey, “Millenials and Work”, 58% of Millenials say […]
An interview with Virginie Ferrouillat, EMLV Alternately Curriculum Manager, initially broadcast in French on Xerfi Canal. It is the journalist Mounia Van de Casteele, who leads the conversation. The video was released in December 2018 Mounia Van de Casteele: The business of salesmen has evolved a lot over time. And not only the […]
María Olmedilla Fernández holds a PhD in Strategic Management and International Business from the University of Seville, obtained after finishing a Master Thesis in Technology and Innovation Management in Germany. Before joining EMLV as a lecturer and researcher, she worked for Deutsche Telekom’s innovation department and for the consulting firm BearingPoint. Teaching students to develop creativity […]
An article by Fernanda Arreola, Professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation EMLV and head of the De Vinci Research Center Business Group, first published in The Conversation. In a recent Twitter post, President Macron wanted us to remember something; the word entrepreneur is in fact French. Meanwhile, French start-ups still need to take a more dominant […]
Veronica Scuotto is an associate professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Parisian school of business EMLV. She is also a Project Manager at the School of Business and Enterprise at the University of the West of Scotland. Portrait of a passionate professor who “loves to help people develop a new business idea”. An innovative teaching […]
An article by Fernanda Arreola, Professor of Entrepreneurship & Innovation and responsible for the entrepreneurship programmes at EMLV, first published in The Conversation. Let me guess. Your office just became a co-working type open space with shiny yellow cushions and a ping-pong table? Or a new application allows you to do car-sharing with your dear colleagues. Or […]
Marie Haikel-Elsabeh is a professor of digital marketing at business school EMLV. She is also in charge of a research project in IT and e-commerce. An alumna of the American University of Paris and Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, she also holds a PhD in Management from University Paris Nanterre and Telecom Business School. Since 2014, Marie […]
Luca Mora is a Lecturer in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the Business School of Edinburgh Napier University and a Research Affiliate at Edinburgh Napier University’s Centre for Smart Cities. He has been invited by EMLV for a research stay. Currently working on a book and several articles, Luca Mora will also host a seminar of […]