What kind of creative resilience is required to be an entrepreneur during the COVID-19 era? Alexia Genta discusses the choice that saved her business.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has forced many entrepreneurs to close up shop, these young business leaders inspire us to see business closure not as a failure but a springboard to new opportunities.
From a highly successful banking career to the unknown land of entrepreneurship, an ex-Executive Director at Goldman Sachs shares his key success factors.
Can being a manager and being yourself go hand in hand? We think so! Better yet, it could make you a more successful leader.
Student or Entrepreneur . . . why not both? ESCP alumnus and Founder of Clay, Christoph Koenig knew exactly what lied ahead of him after graduation this year: growing his business.
Deciding to change your job or your company is never easy. And it’s even harder if you are running the company. Monique Chézalviel, Executive Advisor at LHH ICEO France, provides senior managers with advice and support for their career strategies.
For platform.sh, the end-to-end web hosting service founded in 2014, homeworking has been a part of their DNA since nearly day one. Co-founder and CEO Frédéric Plais explains the reasons behind this pioneering choice.
Mélanie Marcel is an engineer, neuroscientist and entrepreneur. In 2012, she decided to create SoScience, a company that promotes responsible research – the kind that makes a positive impact on daily life, in both social and environmental terms.
While at ESCP, Hugo Bazin and Simon Robain had the idea of developing a reservation platform for travel. In launching Tictactrip, the two co-founders quickly realised that their success depended on seizing every opportunity that came their way.