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KEDGE Business School announces a new strategy and organisation
To fulfil its objective of creating a new global school, Kedge Business School has devised an innovative strategy and organisation. This new approach will help the new School to meet global challenges in areas like research, programme development, educational innovation and social commitment. Kedge Business School's strategy is based on the pursuit of three main missions: CREATE, SHARE, CARE.
BEM et Euromed Management: building a major global Business School together
On the 16th and 17th of January respectively, the General Assembly of the Bordeaux Chamber of Commerce, chaired by Pierre GOGUET, and the Board of Trustees of Euromed, chaired by François Pierson, have endorsed a merger process between the two Business Schools: BEM (Bordeaux) and Euromed Management (Marseilles). This merger will give rise to a School that will accommodate 10,000 students on four continents. The stated objective is clear: to reach the top 15 best European business schools. Initiated by the Bordeaux and Marseilles Chambers of Commerce, this merger should become effective in early 2013.
In the 2011 edition of the FT "Masters in Management" ranking, BEM achieved the strongest progression amongst all French business, up seven places.
Results of the 3rd edition of the e-Performance Barometer survey, conducted by Gregory Bressolles, Professor of Marketing at BEM (Bordeaux Management School), reveal the best websites for wine selling in France and abroad. The study also unveils the strategies pursued by the main players and the current trends on the wine on-line market.
The patronage programme "A Château for an Artist", initiated by the ACME BEM departmental chair, was elected Best Wine Tourism Initiative of summer 2010 by renowned site “Wine Tourism in France”.
For more than ten years, BEM has been committed to supporting and engaging with the Wines & Spirits industry and nurturing a specific expertise to benefit all stakeholders in the sector.
72 hours to understand all about entrepreneurship at BEM: BEM focuses on the topic of entrepreneurship for a whole weekend. The Bordeaux School of Management will host two major events on 20-22 May 2011.
On Friday 22 April 2011, the BEM community will celebrate International Mother Earth Day in Bordeaux, in a joint cooperation with Youth TV channel Gulli for the benefit of French NGO Planète Urgence.
AOC, the leading oenology student association of France, organises the 20th edition of the “Rallye des Vin'4 Heures”. This unique student event invites its participants to discover the vineyards of the Bordeaux and the wider world of wine.
BEM strengthens its wine expertise by joining the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET). Further to its existing programmes dedicated to the wine industry (Wine MBA and Specialised Master in Wines and Spirits Management), BEM adds a new course which is open to all and focuses on oenological knowledge and wine-tasting.
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BEM pursues its international development policy. The Bordeaux Management School launches its WINE MBA programme in Hong Kong. In January 2010, a first class of about fifteen professionals will take part in the training course delivered at the University of Hong Kong
BEM has just been awarded the American AACSB accreditation (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business). With this third International accreditation, BEM enters the prestigious circle of the few business schools to have achieved that international "triple crown": EQUIS, AMBA and AACSB.
BEM ranked amongst the best business management training programmes in Europe by the Financial Times in 2008.
BEM launches AlphaBEM, a collection a glossary/reference books dedicated to its fields of expertise. The first issue, published on 2008, focuses on responsible management.
BEM accelerates its international and brand development and opens a campus in Dakar in September 2008.