In this week’s article, MiM OptionE Alumni Julian Wächter shares his path after graduating from ESCP Business School. From the failure of his first startup, Livebird, to the success of his current business, Blankspace, he talks about the non-linear path of an entrepreneur.
The Blue Factory’s Start Online program is starting in February! Apply by January 18th to be supported in your entrepreneurial journey.
In this week’s blog post, ESCP alumnus Maximilian Stehling shares how he took his passion for tennis and made it a business to support athletes. Meet Scope Tennis, the fan engagement platform connecting fans to athletes through blockchain.
ESCP Business School hosted its annual Entrepreneurship Festival from 14th to 17th November 2022, both on campus and virtually in Berlin, London, Madrid, Turin and Warsaw. More than five hundred participants attended nine events across the European campuses that brought together students, faculty, alumni and entrepreneurs from ESCP’s network and beyond to enhance the entrepreneurial mindset of its community.
Sewing is a developing trend, as slow and sustainable fashion makes a comeback. It allows people to be creative, make their own clothes, explore their capabilities… But it also requires a remarkable amount of skills, which stops many from even trying. Read what Simon Nieschke, co-founder of Pick’n’Sew, has to say on the matter, and how his company is trying to change the game.
Marc Fournier, founder of the Venture Capital (VC) company Serena, shares his life learnings with ESCP Business School students.
As cities become more and more populated, noisy and hectic, the need to carve quiet and peaceful spaces throughout one’s day-to-day life increases. Discover Noppi, a company dedicated to providing you with calm, whenever you need it, every time you want it.
Mixing psychology with entrepreneurship, new ESCP Assistant Professor Stela Ivanova never thought she would feel so at home in a business school. She told us about her journey and experiences, uncovering the links between two fields (psychology and entrepreneurship) that seem to have little to nothing in common.
A professorship is a great way to create strong bonds between universities and external actors. It requires time, energy and passion, just like any relationship. In this article, we share what this means for ESCP and RIU Hotels & Resorts.
When your Master Thesis topic is about applying circular economy to an industrial sector, which industry do you choose? Jean Seyll chose fashion, and at the beginning of this project he had no idea it would bring him to Lucid and to where he is now.
As it becomes more and more evident that financial education is far from optimal, follow these two startup co-founders on their way to empowering people to make their own informed financial decisions.
Alumna of the Master in Management at ESCP, Lilan Piao is an analyst at KPMG. Specifically, she works at the Luxembourg office of this global organization. In this interview, she reminisces about her path until now and her experience at ESCP.