Luis Raúl Martínez (MBA ’20) majored in Economics at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He started working at Danone in 2012 as a trainee for ingredients sourcing. Later, he became a buyer for packaging and, in 2014, he was promoted to Logistics Sourcing Junior Manager. In 2015, Luis joined Syngenta as Direct Procurement Leader for LatAm North. Last year, inspired by Danone’s CEO Emmanuel Faber, he started an MBA at HEC Paris where he immersed himself in a variety of extracurricular activities, first by joining the MBAT core team as Vice President of Activities and after by creating DELTA, an event of the LGBT+ Allies Club. He believes HEC Paris to be the ideal place to improve his leadership skills, which in turn will enable him to add the utmost value when reintegrated into a business.
A first collaboration between the HEC MBA Entrepreneurship Club and HEC Startup Circle , HEC Startup Night was a success! With over 160 attendees from across HEC programs and even including other local schools, the event took place in Wunderbar, a hub of student life at the center of campus, taking on a rather cool… Continue Reading
Cyril Arrosteguy, HEC MBA alumnus from the Class of 2020, has been making waves in France. The former engineer has gone into the business of nurseries, using his organizational savvy and leadership skills honed at HEC to spearhead the opening of several “micro-nurseries” all across France. We spoke with Cyril about the inspiration for his… Continue Reading
We are pleased to report that the HEC Paris MBA has ranked #5 in the world, according to the latest 2024 QS Global MBA Rankings. Out of 315 programs in 48 countries, the HEC Paris MBA scored 98.3 out of a possible 100 points. This score places the HEC Paris MBA in the top 1.6% among business schools… Continue Reading