Sylvain Bureau, professor at the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute of ESCP Business School, created a way to reframe business education. With his Art Thinking Method, he is paving the way for a new, disruptive way of teaching business.
On February 23, ESCP Berlin’s Blue Factory hosted its first Startup E-Fair of 2022. With more than 300 students and 17 startups attending from all over Europe, it was a great success.
Sustainability, technology, health, education – our first Option-E cohort in Turin tackled grand challenges during the spring semester. Last week, they presented their projects in their final event “Choose to act! Pitch your project for change”.
ESCP Business School is currently inviting managers and leaders to the free webinar series Beyond Covid – 19 Inspiration for Change. Watch the recap videos!
COVID-19 is massively changing our world and presents extreme challenges for our health and wellbeing, our health-care systems, public life, businesses – and thus to all of us individually, in various ways. In this article, I as an entrepreneurship researcher focus on what I know best: entrepreneurs, who have unique ways in handling times of crisis and uncertainty. For anyone who is not directly impacted by severe illness, the loss of loved ones, high financial constraints or domestic abuse or other sources of extreme despair and anxiety, their decision-making logics might provide support in navigating these stormy seas.
Irren ist menschlich und Fehler gehören beim Gründen schlichtweg dazu. Aber wie geht man mit Scheitern um, wie können Gründer*innen aus Fehlern lernen und in ihrem jungen Unternehmen eine gute Fehlermanagement-Kultur etablieren?
As the leading member of the EU4E consortium, ESCP Europe will submit its European University project at the next call for projects of the European Commission on European universities. The world’s oldest business school defends its European identity, history, and roots to offer an novel educational alternative dedicated to entrepreneurship.
On June 2019, the EFMD extended ESCP Europe’s EQUIS accreditation for five more years.
The EU Commission initiated “EU Startup Monitor” has been launched in Graz, Austria during the annual SME Assembly and presents comparable data for 21 startup ecosystems in Europe. The execution of the research was done by ESCP Europe researchers Prof. Dr. René Mauer and Lisa Steigertahl.
Julian Wächter, Alumnus der ESCP Europe in Berlin, kann sich für sein Start-up Livebird über eine einjährige Förderung des EXIST-Gründerstipendiums des Bundesministeriums für Wirtschaft und Energie freuen. Bereits im Masterstudium entstand die Idee für einen Chatbot, der bei der Suche nach Fashion-Angeboten unterstützt.
At their Entrepreneurship Festival, ESCP Europe announces the founding of the Jean-Baptiste Say Institute for Entrepreneurship, whose purpose is to offer a European alternative to the American academic model.
Why do our students offer McDonald’s stomach pain tablets and UBER fat burner pills? And do we really need DREAMFLIX, an implanted chip to take control over our dreams?