Diversity, Solidarity and Humanitarian

Develop is an association whose aim is to promote sustainable development within EDHEC and the Lille metropolitan area through a variety of means:

  • CSR consulting for other EDHEC associations: we provide them with our expertise by proposing solutions to make their events more sustainable.
  • Microfinance: thanks to our partner Initiative France, we take part in committees granting micro-loans to entrepreneurs who don't have the means to access traditional bank loans.
  • We promote the Social Solidarity Economy through our annual event: the FIR (Forum des Initiatives Responsables).
  • Finally, every year, 3 members of the association have the opportunity to go to Togo to work for an NGO, carrying out social microfinance missions for the country's development.

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23.04.2024 - Master
Transformation brought by the Global Master in Management - GETT: Broadening industry awareness and expanding international horizons
The Global Master in Management programme – GETT programme offers students a rich practical teaching experience and cross-cultural exchange, making their lives convenient on international campuses. Students' industry awareness is broadened, allowing…
19.04.2024 - EDHEC
INNOVA Europe, the competition co-founded by EDHEC is back for a second year
Buoyed by a successful first edition, the INNOVA Europe competition, co-founded by EDHEC, alongside ESMT Berlin and Polimi Graduate School of Management and with the support of BNP Paribas Banque Privée, BivwAk! and Ring Capital, is back for a…
18.04.2024 - EDHEC
"The Music'All project places the spotlight on surpassing yourself, social cohesion and acceptance of difference": Alexandre Caron, Director of Student Involvement and Diversity at EDHEC.
70 students mobilised on stage and backstage, hundreds of hours of work, over 2,500 spectators expected for two evenings of performances... Music'All, EDHEC Business School's student association, which creates a musical every year involving young…