In 2019, ESCP is celebrating its 200th years. For two centuries, our School has been making history by upholding its standards of excellence.
To celebrate together the successes of the world’s first business school, we are delighted to invite you to a very grand evening at the Atelier des Lumières, an outstanding venue where art innovation shares the stage with history digital, in the company of the entire ESCP community: Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Partners.
You will discover the projects which will be marking the School’s entrance into its third century: a unique brand and an unflagging ambition for this 200-year-old startup!
In 2018, thanks to your aid and loyalty, we have collected over €4M in donations; a new record for the ESCP Foundation. We have progressed by + 6% since 2017.
Thank you to all donors and corporate partners.
Jean-Jacques Bienaimé (76) – 1st Alumnus with the title of ESCP Doctor Honoris Causa
On Friday June 27th 2019, Frank Bournois (Dean & Executive President) and Valérie Moatti (Dean of Faculty) have awarded Jean-Jacques Bienaimé with the Title of Doctor Honoris Causa.
Jean-Jacques Bienaimé (76), CEO of BioMarin pharmaceutical has been awarded due to his exceptionnal professional career in healthcare and biotechnologies.
The success of BioMarin, has made the topic of a study published few weeks ago by two ESCP Professors Martin Kupp and Robert Sheldon.
Jean-Jacques started his career in 1981 at Ciba-Geigy – now Novartis – in France and in the US in 1984. Then, he joigned different main industries and became CEO of BioMarin in 2005. This firm created in 1997 and based in California, is providing innovative therapeutics to patients with serious unmet medical needs.
In a few years, Jean-Jacques Bienaimé managed to give an international importance to BioMarin. The firm has now 60% of its activity outside the USA, and its value has increased from $450M to $15billions in 2019!
All the ESCP community is very proud to have such a famous and important Alumni among its Doctor Honoris Causa!