Working for social business after HEC - with Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux[Research paper] by Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux

2012-11-06

Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux graduated from HEC in 2006. She is now the Director of Partnerships at Ashoka in France.

Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux created the NGO "Solidarity with forgotten countries" when she graduated from HEC Paris, and then had ​​a three-year experience at Bain, a consulting firm. After that, she found a job in the ​​social economy, becoming the Director of Partnerships at Ashoka in France. Ashoka is a leading global network of social entrepreneurs.


Quote article  Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux, « Working for social business after HEC - with Laurence Grandcolas-Lamoureux », 06 november 2012, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Research paper]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/278.sls

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