The 104 Adventure - Valérie Senghor[Research paper] by Valérie Senghor

2012-02-10

Valérie Senghor graduated from HEC in 1993. She worked at first for some small multimedia companies, created her own multimedia company, switched to the world of big editing houses and is now in charge of the economic development of the 104, which is a cultural institution.

Graduated in Corporate Law from HEC in 1993, Valérie Senghor has then always been trying to use her management abilities to serve her two passions: innovation and culture. First she worked for some small multimedia companies, then decided to take part in a start-up adventure, doing multimedia production. After this adventure, she switched to the big firms’ world, working on paperback editions and new media, and finally reached the public sector within the Centquatre, a cultural institution belonging to Paris city and located in the 19th district. She is in charge of economic development of this cultural “UFO”…

Quote article  Valérie Senghor, « The 104 Adventure - Valérie Senghor », 10 february 2012, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/237.sls

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