Business Week in NYC: Société Générale

The NYC transcontinental class had the amazing opportunity to hear Charlotte Panchot, a project manager from Société Générale Corporate and Investment Banking,  speak at Pace University. She spoke to us specifically about Société Générale in the United States and her own background.

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Business Week NYC : A day with eBay

We discovered during this presentation that eBay’s goal is to create a more sustainable form of business that gives people the opportunity to develop their businesses. EBay is in partnership with millions of entrepreneurs, small businesses and individual sellers all over the world, enabling them to sell their product to someone else in the world with the technological support of the company through their website. As the team highlighted during the presentation, about 80 % of the products bought on eBay’s website are sold by businesses.

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Business Week in NYC : WeiserMazars

We had the opportunity to visit the WeiserMazars corporate office in New York on Wednesday, February 22nd. There, we were very lucky to have the CEO and Chairman, Victor Wahba, two Human Resources managers, Jeanine Conlisk and Dana M. Barclay, a French Audit Senior Manager, Julie Petit, Brad Janes, and a French Audit Senior, Emmanuel Cesbron Lavau, talking about WeiserMazars and answering our questions.

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Business Week in NYC : Tiffany & Co

The need for an investor relations VP appeared 30 years ago when Tiffany & Co became a public company. Mark Aaron took on the challenge and successfully conducted the company’s IPO (Initial Public Offering).

Today, we had the honour of hearing Mark Aaron presenting his job and explain why Tiffany is such a historic and successful company.

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Business Week in New York : FreshPlanet

On February 21st, 2017, we had the pleasure of meeting Mathieu Nouzareth, the French CEO of Freshplanet. Mathieu is a serial web entrepreneur who studied at Grenoble École de Management. He created his first three startups in 1995, at the beginning of the Internet age. In 1997, his business experienced a strong takeoff. For this reason, he decided to sell his business in 1999. Mathieu explained us that his goal was to create a company not necessary to make it last for a long time but mainly to sell it at the right moment. Continue reading