Students and alumni reviews are keys when choosing a business school.What do students think about the EMLV Business School? Do alumni recommend its programmes to others? Why selecting the Pole Leonard de Vinci for your business degree? France is a prolific country to pursue higher education because of its cultural and culinary heritage, but it […]
Businesses’ international expansion stays on course. A new global survey by CFO Research claims that 81% of the companies still intend to keep moving across borders. At EMLV, students put their skills to the test to support companies go global through the Capstone project. It has been a tradition that each year, 4th-year International Business students create […]
It’s official, France and many European countries are, once again, quarantined. While the holiday season is approaching, stores are forced to close, which means that in 2020, Christmas shopping will mostly be online. Good news for e-commerce! Online Sales Will Be The Star Of Christmas 2020 Forget the sleigh and the reindeers, this year Santa […]
Online purchases have drastically increased since the quarantine. In 2020 more than ever, E-commerce is a field with a high recruitment rate, and with the Christmas season approaching, job offers show no signs of stopping. The current global pandemic, paired with the approaching holidays season, led most E-commerce fields to recruit new employees. E-commerce indeed […]
Dan Prud’homme, a professor-researcher in Strategy and Innovation at EMLV, is a finalist in the Journal of World Business (JWB) 2019 Best Phenomenon-Based Article Award. The Journal of World Business is a top-ranked journal in international business, with a history dating to 1965 when he first was published under the name of “The Columbia Journal […]
In a recent publication in European Business Review, Fernanda Arreola, professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship at EMLV describes the value of the human interaction in B2B and B2C environments. While automation and technology change our ways of consuming, the humans behind the service providers have become invisible. In this article, Fernanda Arreola, and Alfonso Castaneda […]
Dan Prud’homme is Professor of innovation, strategy and international business at EMLV Graduate School of Business Paris La Defense. As a part of EMLV team, he is known for his work on intellectual property, innovation, law & economics, strategy & management, business in China, and international business. In his most recent post, published on January 28, […]
Paris is no longer just the city of love, but it has become a main hub for international business, attracting thousands of international students every year.
International business careers introduce students to the exciting world of traveling and interacting with companies worldwide. With so many opportunities to choose from, each one of them is a steppingstone towards intercultural liaisons and positioning graduates as competitive professionals. With a growing economy, many businesses have offices and branches overseas and are looking for new […]
In an article just published in Harvard Business Review, Dan Prud’homme, Associate Professor at EMLV Business School, identifies and explains three myths about China’s intellectual property regime that have surfaced during the US-China trade war and advises how Western executives can respond with smarter strategies for the Chinese market. Is China’s intellectual property (IP) regime really all […]
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.