An IESE Entrepreneur’s Journey: How I co-founded

Are entrepreneurs born or made (in business schools)? The word ‘entrepreneur’, was first coined by Richard Cantillon, an Irish-French economist, in his book Essai sur la Nature du Commerce en Général (written around 1730!), where he defines entrepreneurs as non-fixed income earners, risk-bearers and people that brought equilibrium to the market by correctly predicting consumer preferences….

Three Takeaways from the Responsible Business trek in Geneva

To increase the awareness toward global issues among our MBA students, IESE’s Responsible Business Club (RBC) initiated the first business trek to visit SDGs players in Geneva earlier this month. We had a packed schedule, visiting organizations like UNHCR, UNICEF, WEF, IFRC, GAVI, The Global Fund, DNDi, WHO, WBCSD, DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Bamboo Capital Partners,…