Generally, the sponsor provides monetary support to a specific member of the Faculty who holds the Chair and who, consequently, is responsible for its research and education programmes. Such programmes are directly related to the business sector of the sponsoring organisation.
Research programmes involve researchers on the six ESCP Europe campuses, as well as researchers from other academic institutions. Programmes are vetted by a scientific committee. Chairs are an important factor in stimulating research at ESCP Europe.
This Chair aims to foster forward-looking in-depth reflection on the business and retail industry of tomorrow.
In an environment undergoing profound change, E. Leclerc, a key player in business and the retail industry, was looking for opportunities for teaching and debate where it would be possible to promote new forms of business and discuss new business ecosystems in the era of company 4.0. To learn more
The Entrepreneurship Chair (ChaireEEE) supports the development of tomorrow’s entrepreneurs through specific programmes and support structures.
The common goal of BNP Paribas CIB and ESCP Europe is to create a reference point for research in the field of responsible innovation and transformation in the financial sectors: managerial innovation, open innovation and responsible innovation will be at the heart of the works.
The Fashion and Technology Chair aims to analyse and promote the role of the technology as a catalyst of innovation for the Fashion and Luxury sectors to not only ESCP Europe students and alumni, but also a wider community interested in these issues,
For L'Oréal and ESCP Europe, Creativity Marketing is a shared domain of excellence. Themes such as Consumer Creativity, Cultures of Creativity, Analytics and Creativity, Big Data, Behavioural Science Innovation, and the Emergence of Business Ecosystems will be adressed.
The Organisations, Leadership and Society Chair aims to take a step back to reflect on the changes that will affect the functioning of organisations, and explore the issues around responsible management and labour relations in rapidly changing environments, organisations in the face of complexity, and relationships with money.
The common goal of Unimev, Viparis and ESCP Europe when creating this Professorship was to recognise the events industry as one of the major current economic opportunities.
The IoT (Internet of Things) Chair aims to develop a better understanding of business and managerial issues related to digital evolution and the development of connected objects.
The objective of ESCP Europe and Deloitte in partnership with ENA is to set up an academic reference pole on the questions of managerial performance within the public sphere. It leans on works of research applied to the questions of management in the public sector, and favors the exchanges between academic world, practitioners and public decision-makers.