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.
Prof. Aurélien Acquier writes about the science fiction movie Okja, which says a lot about our response to environmental issues.
According to ESCP Prof. Jean-Marc Daniel, the toppling of former Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber illustrates the limitations of certain ideological assumptions.
In France, one in four employees will become caregivers at some point in their lives. So, how will this impact the workplace in the years to come? We spoke to Caroline Mac Naughton, co-founder of Caring Company Project, to hear her thoughts on how businesses need to adjust to this growing phenomenon.
Growing up with a father who was a chef, Roxane Clément felt working for a great player in the food industry was an alternative path to have a role in this industry that is so essential to our lives.
When social procurement supports the same cause as that of corporate activism, it can complement such movements by creating authenticity and greater impact.
As the link between consumers & producers, agri-food leaders have the potential to encourage collective action for a more sustainable food model. Interview with Bel’s Sustainability Director Elodie Parre
“Finance and sustainability are a necessary choice from an environmental, social and governance point of view”
For The Choice, BNP Paribas Head of Corporate Engagement Mauro Bombacigno explains how banks play a key role in promoting sustainable finance.
On World Climate Day, Thomas Friang, founder of L’Institut Open Diplomacy, reviews for The Choice current policies for sustainability.
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.