Jo Bautista is an artist and social entrepreneur. In 2020, as Covid-19 disrupted our lives, she launched SendtoGive, a social business that combines art and impact.
Founder & CEO of Belle Époque Films Jenna Suru shares how she practices minimalism to better manage her business.
Prof. Olivier Delbard explores the key features of this pioneer in the field of corporate sustainability, with a focus on how the company created sustainable value for its stakeholders while radically rethinking and redesigning its business model.
ESCP alumna turned employee Emily Centeno shares how she approaches continuous learning to better herself and her team.
Founder of Time2Start, Hawa Dramé shares her take on inclusive entrepreneurship as an avenue for individual and community development, and how she is working to capture this potential.
ESCP student and activist Grégoire Cazcarra shares his choice to become a leader in his community and explains what this generation of activists means for the future of work.
“My career was never what interested me.” Founder of Nature et Découvertes François Lemarchand shares how his love of nature and adventure inspired him to create a shop dedicated to encouraging customers to protect the Earth.
Beniamino Savio, CEO of AWE Sport and an ESCP alumnus, shares his passion for education and sports, and how combining both can help young people prepare for the future.
James Wight shares how he went from being stuck on a rowing boat in the middle of the Pacific to founding a company dedicated to responsible adventures.
Following the success of their SPF Runway competition, ESCP students reflect on the sustainability challenges facing the fashion industry and where new technologies can make a difference with the example of Staiy.