" This meeting on how to facilitate the economic success of innovation may be promising. I do encourage ESSEC students to take profit of the experience of students from others backgrounds, as well as of engineers and designers. I also encourage them to take some ideas back to France to create their own company here. Good luck... "

Valérie Segond
Editor, Les Echos (French Daily newspaper)

" MoHo is about innovation. It's not only about pure innovation and new ideas but it's also about innovation that generates value whether it's for a business, a government or the society as a whole. What I also like about it, is that it gathers students from different parts of the world with diverse backgrounds and origins with the support from a facilitating team and leading edge technologies to enhance effectiveness. It's a quite promising idea from 3 proeminent schools and I am personally excited about it! "

Christophe Duthoit
Senior Partner and Managing Director, The Boston Consulting Group

KEY FIGURES

  • 7 days in Palo Alto
  • June 1 - June 8
  • 1 house
  • 17 partners
  • 14 endorsements
  • 15 engineering students
  • 3 design students
  • 15 business students
  • 10 social entrepreneurs
  • 10 artists
  • 5 venture capitalists
  • 2 design professors
  • 3 business professors
  • and maybe you...

Thank you in advance.

A ‘chaotic house’ in California organized and nurtured by an international team of students and professionals from worldwide leading institutions Stanford, ESSEC Business School, Centrale Paris, Strate College and an experimented professional facilitation team from June 1st to June 8th.

To innovate together on key subjects addressing relevant and current global issues under the facilitation team’s assistance:
  • ENERGY / green tech and new business models
  • FINANCE / new tools to foster creation of new ventures
  • EDUCATION / innovation as an interdisciplinary process for students and corporations
  • HEALTH CARE / access for everyone
  • TECHNOLOGY / reduction of the digital gap
  • PUBLIC AFFAIRS / new governance models and economic development
70 participants including MBA students, venture capitalists, bankers, managers, engineers, designers, journalists, entrepreneurs, artists and many more!