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All year round, valuable sharing of experiences of change agents with students


This year, BSB has launched a series of inspiring conferences, Meet-up Inspiring Leaders: business leaders, startups, experts come to meet students to share their perspectives on a changing world, and testify to how they have been able to shake up the codes with agility and passion.

This was the case at the inaugural conference of the philosopher, essayist and radio/TV host Raphael Enthoven on September 9, during which he presented his thoughts on change and the transformation of the world and put forward ideas to seize the opportunities that flow from it.

Guillaume Gibault, founder and President of the committed brand Le Slip Français, came on September 25 to speak with great kindness and optimism about his career and his life as an entrepreneur, to inspire students, to whet their curiosity, to push them, to get them out of the box. "Define what makes you different, what makes you unique, focus on it and get started! " he thus advised the crowded amphitheatre.

On October 9, BSB welcomed Eric Heip, former RAID No. 2 and head of Olympic Games 2024 security. A real lesson in management and its best practices in terms of managing emotions in crisis situations, stress management and life skills, by the man who was in charge of the assault on Saint-Denis on Wednesday 18 November 2015, a few days after the tragic attacks in Paris.

Mehdi Cornilliet, co-founder of Major-Prépa and the Media & Tech student group 2Empower, spoke on October 14 to share his experience as a student entrepreneur - he started his business while he was still a student - and the way he managed to shake up the codes of a very conventional market, the student media.

Then Yves Tyrode, General Manager in charge of Digital & Data at Groupe BPCE, former Head of Digital Activities at SNCF, gave a master class on 21 October to decipher the challenges and key success factors of the digital transformation of companies. He referred to the use of technology in the service of uses to contribute to a general well-being and a quest for meaning (Tech For Good).

Meet-up Inspiring Leaders take place throughout the year. Next confirmed guests: Pauline Laigneau (founder of Gemmyo and the podcast Le Gratin) on November 19, General Jean-Paul Palomeros (former Chief of Staff of the French Air Force) on December 3, Adrien Aumont (KissKissBankBank) on January 13, and Laurent Alexandre (AI expert and founder of Doctissimo) on February 10.

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