Entrepreneurship expert Alisa Sydow relates Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg’s insights about how to be a good leader in turbulent times to the role of founders.
ESCP alumna and co-founder of Business Club Africa, Nadia Mrabit shares her expertise on growing a network and business in Africa for Her Voice Season 2.
From student startup to edtech acquisition, the founder of Clay shares his quest to scale social learning
Christoph Koenig, founder of the student messaging solution Clay, tells us about his experience growing and selling a company just four years after graduating from ESCP.
What does it mean to have a “good” startup idea? To try to answer this question, we sat down with Maëva Tordo, director of ESCP’s European incubator, the Blue Factory.
Public speaking and pitching are must-have skills for every entrepreneur. They are the make-or-break point from finding investors to building your team.
Prof. Louis-David Benyayer reflects on an article published by HBR making the case for in-company data.
Our podcast host Professor Ben Voyer speaks with one of the most influential CEOs in the cleantech industry right now: Lubomila Jordanova.
With PayFit, one of France’s unicorn startups, Firmin Zocchetto hopes to bring innovation to the payroll process of small and medium businesses.
When it comes to starting your own business, the first hurdle is often at the very beginning. We talked to experts in entrepreneurship Maëva Tordo and Rand Gerges Yammine on the key to starting out as you mean to go on. The secret? Finding – and building – your community.
Interview with Théo Scubla, the CEO of each One, a company intent on making a positive impact by creating synergies between refugees and companies.