Blog

12 Jul

[EDHEC Entrepreneurs Stories] All Duck, All Dinner

EYE, EDHEC’s incubator, gave as a work space and access to experts who challenged us in constructive ways to helped us refine our idea,” EDHEC entrepreneurs, co-founders of Canard Street. 
Read More
12 Jul

Entrepreneur Story: A match in the tool shed

Where did your paths first cross?
Read More
12 Jul

Making recycling fun and rewarding

Lemon Tri: The EDHEC start-up that aims to improve recycling through rewards and incentives
Read More
10 Jun

Is the yield curve telling us that a recession is around the corner?

Inverted yield curves have historically been predictors of recessions, or, rather, of the last phase of an economic expansion. So, is the yield curve telling us that a recession is around the corner?
Read More
31 May

The Business of Convenience: Why Marketers Should Be Obsessed with ‘Fast’ and ‘Easy’

Uber and Lyft drivers are just 1 click away, Amazon offers free same-day delivery, and Deliveroo can get us food from our favorite restaurant in under 32 minutes… Gone are the days in which consumers agreed to invest effort and wait to be s
Read More
07 May

Investors Care About Carbon Footprints

Climate change is disrupting markets and economies across the world. To combat the risks posed by global warming, an increasing number of national, state, and local governments are implementing policies to price carbon emissions. Investors are growing concerned with this source of risk and are working to reduce the carbon footprints of their investments. The financial consequences will be revolutionary.
Read More
25 Apr

Improving Financial Literacy with Dedicated Education Campaigns

Individuals around the world are becoming increasingly responsible for their retirement savings and investment decisions.
Read More
05 Apr

Pitching in English: what mistakes French entrepreneurs should avoid

Mastering the two-minute entrepreneurial pitch is a key skill required of entrepreneurs and all those who have to sell an idea in a business context.
Read More
26 Mar

Climate Change: The Big Test for Public and Private Regulation?

Growing concerns about anthropogenic climate change have led to the rapid development of greenhouse gas regulations.
Read More
15 Feb

When Giants Stumble

Companies stumble for numerous possible reasons. The seeds of corporate demise are often sown during periods of remarkable success, when companies get locked into complex corporate structures are difficult to abandon when the economic environment shifts. Internal dysfunctionalities nurtured by management complacency and exacerbated by functional myopia then only serve to accelerate the decline.
Read More

Pages