The creative mind behind L’Orbe, a caviar-infused vodka from Pernod Ricard’s Breakthrough Innovation Group, Shéhrazade Schneider shares how she tackled entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship to leverage the best of both worlds.
“Everything is so hectic. Why would you run on your day off?” That’s the question Berta Luise Heide is asking. The founder of WALK THIS WAY explains how she started her business, survived 2020, and what she sees for the future of her industry.
At only age 22, Elias is committed to decrypting some of society’s most daunting questions, from economics to the evolution of the pandemic. Some might call him a “disseminator of knowledge.”
Throwback to the 2019 Entrepreneurship Festival where experts across the business, academic and public sectors discussed a question that remains relevant today, “Is Silicon Valley still a role model?”. The ESCP Entrepreneurship Festival is an annual event organised by students with the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute. Last year, Virginie Maire (CEO Sybel), Mounir Mahjoubi (ex-Secretary of…
Impact entrepreneurship does not seem to be a new trend or a new phenomenon but a way of doing business that we already know from our history. And we need it now more than ever.
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.
Even with the best will of the world, everybody needs a little help to reach their goals. That’s where mentorship can step in. To mark Women’s Entrepreneurship Day, The Choice met Julia Stadler, co-founder of Femstory, a company that provides mentoring to young businesswomen. At only 28, she already has a unique insight into the opportunities and challenges facing young women in the corporate world.
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.
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.