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Arice and Harshit Tasko

Success story: current students build new venture called TASKO

Eric and Harshit are two current students of the Global Entrepreneurship Program who have recently launched their own new venture called “Tasko”, a company which outsources computer-based tasks convenient and cost-effective for people who want to utilize time more efficiently. Can you tell us a bit about yourself (academic background, area of study, where you’re from

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Discover Nathan’s entrepreneurial business projects

Throughout the program, students work on entrepreneurial business projects for sponsor companies. This is a great way for them to develop skills that are essential to their future success as global entrepreneurs and build their professional network in France, China and the United-States. Discover which entrepreneurial business projects Nathan M. worked on during the program

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Entrepreneurship Program: Program Professor and Graduate answer your questions!

Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship Pablo Martin de Holan at emlyon business school and program graduate Morgane Hillen recently answered YOUR questions about the Global Entrepreneurship Program; an entrepreneurship program that takes place across three different continents in a live Campus Channel Q&A session! Questions about the program ranged from the cultural experience of living and studying

Arice and Harshit Tasko

Success story: current students build new venture called TASKO

Eric and Harshit are two current students of the Global Entrepreneurship Program who have recently launched their own new venture called “Tasko”, a company which outsources computer-based tasks convenient and cost-effective for people who want to utilize time more efficiently. Can you tell us a bit about yourself (academic background, area of study, where you’re from

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Develop your family business: study entrepreneurship in France, China & US

Image by © Royalty-Free/Corbis Family business dominates the economic landscape around the world. In the US, family business accounts for 64% of GDP and employ 62% of the total workforce. In Europe this is even higher and family business significantly contributes to the economic growth of South and East Asia, Latin America, and Africa’s economy

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