EMLYON’s Global Entrepreneurship Program was featured in yesterday’s New York Times, announcing Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management as the programme’s new U.S. partner. Students will concentrate on “launching a company” at EMLYON Business School, “family business and harvesting a company” at Zhejiang University in China, and developing a company at Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management.
“In this period of economic uncertainty, it is individuals like this that companies need the most,” Patrice Houdayer, EMLYON’s vice president of graduate programs, said in his April 12th statement. “The program gives them the chance to understand three fundamentally different entrepreneurial environments — North America, Europe and Asia — and to work together and share a cross-cultural experience.”
Read the full article on the New York Times website here.