When all roads lead to men - by Marion Streiff[Proceedings] by Marion Streiff

2014-03-04

Marion Streiff graduated from the ESCP in 2008. She is currently business director in the third sector ARES Group.

From entrepreneurship experiences in catering to sales approach in social insertion and through fair trade, Marion Streiff went quite simply to introduce her professional course, her experiences, and her view of an “alter” society, led by her will of getting always closer to the men that she serves every day!

Quote article  Marion Streiff, « When all roads lead to men - by Marion Streiff », 04 march 2014, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/339.sls

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