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Oxford Executive MBA

Information Event in Paris

Time: 
19:00 to 21:45
, 15 Nov 2017
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Location: 
Paris
Address: 
The Family, 25 rue du Petit Musc, 75004
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Interested in building a business or impact investing? Join us at The Family on 15 November and get direct insight from our panel on building a business in France and overseas and explore how the power of a network can help you achieve your goal. Please book a place to attend.

With industry insight ranging from the use of AI to find parking in city centres, to how technology can help measure and treat mental illness there will be something to help you build your business. While the focus of these entrepreneurs and investors is very different, what they do have in common is experience studying at the University of Oxford, twice voted the best university in the world.

Our panel discussion will be hosted by Helen Saward and Mark O’Brien, and our Oxford University panelists include:

  • Henry Gonzalez is an Associate Fellow at Oxford Saïd. Having completed his MBA at Oxford over 10 years ago, Henry has since held roles at Morgan Stanley, where he focused in Emerging Markets and Microfinance investing, the World Bank, the United Nations Development Program and was the Head of Research of responsAbility Investments in Paris. Henry in particular will share with us his expertise in impact investing and the use of sustainable investments to bring about social change in emerging markets.
  • Samir Boutamdja after graduating from the Oxford University SBS, Samir joined WPP as a Fellow working in New York and London in branding strategy, media and digital. In 2015, he founded Macaron a Paris based start-up solving the on-street parking issue. Macaron’s technology is built on proprietary mapping data and Artificial Intelligence. Macaron will launch in the first semester of 2018.
  • Jean Matthieu Cottin is a current Oxford Executive MBA student who will be joining to talk about his new venture. As Jean explains: “measuring bloodsugar as a biomarker for diabetes monitoring and insulin therapy adjustment is well known to all and helped radically change lives. But who knows that despite huge scientific progress in neurosciences, at the time of rise for precision medicine, no objective marker is available for patients and clinicians to monitor the treatment of depression, one of the most invalidating disease in the world, leaving therapists with simple structured questioning to help their patients? Our project is about launching a novel Oxford developed biomarker for depression in the US.” 

Schedule

  • 7pm - Registration
  • 7.30pm - Presentation and Q&A with our panel
  • 8.45pm - Reception
  • 9.45pm - Close

The Oxford MBA is a full-time one-year programme comprising of stimulating lectures, energetic seminars and small group work. In little more than a decade, the Oxford MBA has become one of the best one-year programmes in the world.

The Oxford 1+1 MBA programme allows students to pair Oxford University’s one year full-time MBA programme with one of a selection of one year Master’s degrees offered by other University departments.

The Oxford Executive MBA is designed to help senior professionals realise their potential whilst delivering international general management competence to their organisations. The EMBA is delivered in a flexible format of 16 one-week modules.

For further information please contact:

  • Oxford MBA & Oxford 1+1 MBA: Mark
  • Oxford Executive MBA: Helen

Speakers

Helen Saward

Helen Saward View profile

Helen joined Oxford Saïd in 2015 as a Recruitment Manager. She specialised in recruiting board-level executive and non-executive Directors for multi-national organisations and is now responsible for recruitment for the Executive MBA as associate director for the programme.
Mark O'Brien

Mark O’Brien View profile

Mark brings a passion for higher education and supporting applicants from all over the world achieve their educational goals.
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