Finance specialist Christophe Thibierge discusses the much-postponed release of the latest James Bond movie and Jaguar’s announcement that it will not be launching any new models before 2025.
On the occasion of the EU summit at Versailles, Jérôme Creel suggests an alternative to deal with the economic consequences of the war in Ukraine and to build a “European defence.”
Erwan Lamy and Isabelle Beyneix claim that this genuine epistemic pollution, which undermines democracy and the trust necessary for the proper conduct of business, should be taken into account just like attacks on the environment and on the social climate.
Prof. Vincent Smith discusses a column in The Economist saying ‘Polexit’ is unlikely but missing a few points, including recovery from Covid in Hungary and the impact of the war in Ukraine.
On time for the International Day of Women’s Rights, the former & first female CEO of a three-century-old insurance market shared with us her experience growing as a woman leader.
The state of e-commerce with Nathalie Balla, CEO of the leading French retailer La Redoute
Professor of entrepreneurship and behavioural scientist Ben Voyer digs in to learn how Dame Inga Beale became the successful and inspiring leader she is today.
Correctly leveraged, big data can offer huge benefits to any business, but where to start? We spoke to ESCP Professor Louis-David Benyayer and Glanceable co-founder Arthur Cohen about the potential – and pitfalls – of big data when applied to customer experience.
What should we, as humans in the 21st century, expect from brands and businesses? We explore the idea of a human-centric approach, with Professor of Marketing Charlotte Gaston-Breton.
Prof. Argyro Avgoustaki discusses an article that blames the ‘Great Resignation’ on overwork, which has increased during the Covid-19 era.
According to Marion Sanglé-Ferrière and Ben Voyer, one person out of three does not dare to turn to the supplier in case of problems. They explain why, and what companies can do to actually help.
While there are ever more COPs being held and new commitments being made–with mixed success–all actors in society need to get involved. The financial sector is no exception.