Bringing innovation into urban spaces is Katharina Beitz’s mission. She seized the opportunity to study EMDIEL at ESCP Business School to gain a deeper understanding of strategy and sustainable business models. Today, she is the founder of Resilient Resident.
Charlotte Billot is the Co-Founder of Uptrade. The company was founded in 2019 and saves fabric and supports upcycling. Charlotte is an alumna of the Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership at ESCP. The programme reinforced her vision to become an entrepreneur. The EMDIEL is an 18 months programme where the cohort travels around different large start-up cities, such as Berlin, Shanghai, San Francisco, London and Paris.
Hilary Klassen is the founder of bestselfy and alumna of the Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Leadership Entrepreneurship (EMDIEL). After years in the corporate world, the choice between a classical MBA and the programme at ESCP Business School was easy: “It was the cutting edge programme that attracted me to this executive master, people from different walks of life, and the modular diverse programme.”
How to have an impact? This is what troubled four students finishing their bachelor studies at ESCP Business School before they launched Staiy.
The corona crisis is impacting everyone, globally. Besides the acute risk of getting sick, a lot of people feel anxious because of social distancing measures and the economic downturn.
How does a brand and innovation consultant for global B2C brands end up in a startup that digitizes the air freight market? Laura Weritz studied the Executive Master in Digital Innovation and Entrepreneurial Leadership (EMDIEL) at ESCP in 2016/2017 – and, in the course of it, changed from her consultancy job to an early stage startup. Today, cargo.one is in business since approximately a year, until the end of December the team of 16 wants to double. Hence, they are looking for ambitious people, who want to make a difference in the logistics industry.