Alumni on the Move! New Appointments for EM Strasbourg Graduates
Publié le May 26, 2014, Mis à jour le January 13, 2016
EM Strasbourg Business school's alumni get media attention as they enhance their careers. Find out about their career moves in our 2013 press review.
Christelle Moris was appointed Managing Director of the Kientzheim-Kayserberg Wine Cellars.
Christelle Moris holds a Master's degree in International Marketing and Management from EM Strasbourg Business School. She now unleashes her talent in the wine trade with Kientzheim-Kayserberg Wine Cellars. She intends to modernise the company by pursuing a sustainable development approach whilst expanding internationally. In the press: DNA, 19th February 2013.
Twenty-five year-old Adrien Grandcolas has set up his own business.
Even before completing his studies, Adrien Grandcolas exhibited his strong entrepreneurial spirit by creating Install Pompes France, a company that specializes in collective sanitation. The business is the outcome of a student project, and the next move is to extend operations to the Champagne-Ardenne and Franche-Comté regions. In the press: Le Journal des Entreprises, March 2013.
Eva Camarasa, a new lady entrepreneur in India
Having developed a strong taste for expatriation after spending two years in Hong-Kong and in Helsinki, Eva Camarasa decided to create her own business in India. She became familiar with India when she worked in the city of Bangalore, which sparked off her desire to set up shop in India. In the press: Le Nouvel Observateur, 4th April 2013.
Carole Cherrier, HR Manager with Société générale
A graduate from EM Strasbourg Business School, Carole Cherrier takes over from Bertrand Angsthelm as HR manager for Société générale in Paris. In the press: IFEC MAGAZINE, 17th July 2013.
Alexis Heckmann ventures into environmentally-responsible deliveries.
A young entrepreneur with a degree from EM Strasbourg Business School, Alexis Heckmann partnered up with two friends to set up La Pause des gourmets. At only age 24, he embarked on a new idea: offering meals from various Alsatian restaurants on a home delivery basis. Since the deliveries are performed by means of electric vehicles or by bicycle, the company is able to fulfil its environmental and economic ambitions while sustaining the gastronomic culture of the Alsatian region. In the press: DNA, 25th May 2013.
Bruno Diss, new Sales Manager with Facilicom
Trained at EM Strasbourg Business School, Bruno Diss has been appointed as the new sales manager at Facilicom, a group operating on several markets in France such as cleansing and security. Prior to this appointment, he held several high-responsibility positions, notably as customer manager with Eurest in 2002, key account manager for the Ile-de-France region at Avenance and sales manager with Elior Restauration Entreprises in 2010. In the press: Anctionco.fr, 22nd April 2013 ; Les Echos, 19th July 2013 ; Executives, 21st June 2013.
Frédéric Nalis, Vice-Chairman for the Bel Group
Frédéric Nalis has been promoted to vice-chairman for the Americas and Asia-Pacific regions for the Bel group, and as such he will sit on its executive committee. The Jules Bel facilities were founded in Orgelet in 1885. The Bel Group produces and markets cooked and semi-cooked cheeses. They are operating in 31 countries. In the press: Les Echos, 12th July 2013.
Benjamin Guthleben, creator of the TakewInc web site.
A fresh graduate from EM Strasbourg Business School, Benjamin Guthleben has created TakewInc to help students with their internship-hunting. The platform, which was launched on-line in June 2013, operates as a social network connecting students with companies in emerging countries. Within two months of being launched, the web site received 200 internship offers and 2,000 users registered on it. In the press: MeltyCampus, 30th July 2013.
Christophe Graber, new Managing Director of Réunion Aérienne and Réunion Spatiale
Réunion Aérienne and Réunion Spatiale have welcomed as their new managing director EM Strasbourg Business School graduate Christophe Graber, who takes over from Michel Beauchesne. An expert in insurance, Christophe Graber spent seven years with Groupama before joining the two groups specialising in all fields of aeronautics and space insurance (telecommunications, observation and exploration, scientific experiments, navigation and geolocation). In the press: Les échos ; Le Journal de l'aviation ; L'Argus de l'assurance, 18th August 2013.
Hélène Renault has set up her own intercultural consultancy.
Hélène Renault has created a company providing assistance and guidance for French and German businesses. Having first trained at EM Strasbourg Business School before starting a career in banking, she now aspires to bring the French and German markets ever closer together. In the press: La Voix du Nord, 16th September 2013.
Candice Blachère, Marketing Manager with Codigel
Candice Blachère, who holds a Grande Ecole Master's degree from EM Strasbourg Business School, joined Codigel on 2nd September 2013. She is now in charge of overseeing all the company's marketing operations, including catalogues, the Internet web site and e-mailing. In the press: Zepros, 17th September 2013.
Daniel Mazzoleni, chairman of the Germe association
Daniel Mazzoleni has been appointed as chairman of the Germe association. Currently working as HRM with SKF, a world leader in mechanical bearing, he is now also at the helm of his association, which helps managers to upgrade their skills and challenge their practices. Germe was founded in 1996 and boasts 1,300 active members. More than 3,000 managers have followed his track, enhancing their managerial practices to better benefit their companies. In the press: Executives; Les Echos, 19th October 2013.
Séverinne Scher has been co-opted as partner with PwC France
A holder of a post-graduate Master's degree in Auditing from EM Strasbourg Business School, Séverine Scheer has been co-opted as partner in charge of risk-management auditing and consulting as well as internal control and compliance. She started her career in auditing with PwC in 1999, in their Strasbourg branch office. In the press: Executives, 1st November 2013.
Christoph Pradillon has been appointed Financial Analyst with Tiepolo
Christoph Pradillon joined Financière Tiepolo in November 2013. A Holder of a Banking/ Finance Master's degree from EM Strasbourg Business School, he now brings his expertise to the team of financial analysts. Prior to this new role, he worked with BNP Paribas AM as an assistant to the Europe "Buy Side" financial analysis team and with Oddo Securities as Europe stock seller. In the press: Les Echos, 19th November 2013