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Imagine the world of tomorrow with the "Change is now!" challenge

16-04-2020
Imagine the world of tomorrow with the "Change is now!" challenge

In response to the global health crisis, ESSEC Business School is launching the "Change is now!" challenge. Share with us your thoughts, inspirations and imagine the post-crisis world. Your contributions will be published on the ESSEC social networks and on the dedicated website #ESSECstaysconnected.

 Several months ago, ESSEC embarked on a process of social and environmental transition called "Together". This initiative involves transforming ourselves in order to help society evolve towards better environmental protection, equity for all and the development of a new relationship toward communities. The questions that have been raised by the current crisis are completely in line with the questioning we’ve been doing as part of Together. 

And you, what’s your opinion? Share your thoughts with us now!

It’s very easy to participate: tape a short video of yourself (30 seconds to one minute) with your cell phone during which you express your thoughts and emotions, what inspires you about the period we’re going through, and its consequences on the world. Will / must this crisis change our world? Our economic models? Our way of living? How should ESSEC contribute? How do you want to contribute?

 Technical specifications:

- Film yourself on a solid background in portrait format – put down your phone so that it’s secure, about 2 meters from yourself (you should be visible from your head to your waist)

- It shouldn’t last longer than 1 minute

- Introduce yourself at the beginning: "Hello, Pierre Durand, HR direction. "

Send your videos before Monday May 4 with your name, email and phone number to together@essec.edu. After a selection process, we will broadcast them on social networks, and on the site #ESSECstaysconnected.

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