A few weeks ago, part of the current Class of 2018 joined a visit organised by the programme to the OMEGA headquarters in Biel/Bienne.
After a warm welcome upon arrival, our participants dove right into the subject with an “All about OMEGA” presentation by CEO Mr. Aeschlimann. “A great example from a leadership and public speaking point of view. He was prepared and managed to make references to companies some of us are working for. “, highlights Fabrice.
“Mr. Aeschlimann truly transmitted the passion of his brand, from the incredible history to the vision of the future.”, recalls Raphaël. The presentation covered also today’s challenges and how the company faces them; connected watches, quartz watches, influencers, Millennials, Snapchat… “The world is changing and Omega will be part of it.”, he adds.
The HEC Lausanne Executive MBA participants then moved on to the visit of the new factory for more technical insights. “A clear, transparent, extremely well organised building”, says Raphaël. “The glass and wood architecture invites to dream and observe watchmakers assemble step by step the final product.”
The outing ended with a well-deserved apéro and the visit of the OMEGA museum. “A trip totally worth it”, sums up Ziroli.
Book your seat for this year’s Alumni Homecoming event taking place on Saturday, November 10th 2018 @ Casino de Morges! Meet your former classmates, network with great people and party with your EMBA community!
Registrations are now open until October 28th, 2018.
Following the great success of the first Homecoming with more than 100 of you present, the HEC Lausanne Executive MBA programme and the MBA-HEC Alumni Association are teaming up once again to offer you a festive and fun evening.
Last year, Class of 2016 won the award of the most represented class. Who will it be this year?
18h00 – 18h30 : Welcome
18h30 – 19h55 : Networking Aperitif
19h45 – 20h00 : Alumni Association Speech
20h00 – 22h30 : Gourmet Dinner
22h30 – 01h30 : DJ Dancefloor Warm-up
Let’s keep building a close and active network together!
The Flying HECkers are coming back once again this year to paddle against cancer! Join the team to support this great cause and have plenty of fun with your EMBA community!
The festival is a charity event to support the English Speaking Cancer Association (ESCA), a recognised non-profit association providing emotional support, practical help and information in English to cancer patients.
This is a great opportunity to have fun with your EMBA community, raise funds for a good cause and practice team work as paddling on a dragon boat is all about communication and team spirit!
The event will take place on Sunday September 2nd 2018 at the Lake of Vallée de Joux.
Registrations are open until June 10th. After that, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to join the team.
We will contact the team members for further practical information. Please note that if you register to participate in the race, you will also be invited to a training session prior to the event.
You can also support the ESCA by making a donation on the programme’s fundraising page anytime ahead of the event.
We look forward to participating for the third year and representing our EMBA community!
Congratulations to all participants from the Class of 2017, who celebrated their graduation on December 15th 2017. Comprised of 44 students representing 21 different nationalities, this class was the last one to graduate with their fellow EPFL EMBA participants, hence marking the end of this great collaboration between the two programmes.
A special congratulations to Marc El Hage – winner of the BCV Best Grade Award – , Lukasz Starzyk – winner of the Caran d’Ache Strategy & Sustainability Award – and Sergi Fernandez, who was awarded the Best Buddy Award sponsored by the MBA Alumni HEC Lausanne Association.
Congratulations Class of 2017 and we look forward to seeing you again soon as part of our alumni community!