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ISG
Established 1967
Type business school
Location Paris, France
Campus urban
Affiliations UNIDO-UNESCO, AACSB, EFMD
Website www.isg.fr

The ISG business school or Institut Superieur de Gestion, is a business school, based in Paris, France.

It was founded in 1967 by a group of French CEOs led by Pierre-Alexandre Dumas.

Since 1983, ISG is associated with universities in Tōkyō, New York, Singapore, Germany, England, China, South Korea and Australia.

ISG delivers BBAs and MBAs. Majors of the Grande Ecole master are Marketing, and Finance.

Alumni include

  1. François Baroin, Mayor of Troyes, former French Minister.
  2. Stéphane Courbit, CEO, Endemol France.
  3. Valérie Bernis, CEO Paris Première.
  4. Jean-François Cécillon, CEO EMI Music.
  5. Éric Guilloux and Emmanuel Collin CEOs Saatchi & Saatchi.
  6. Vahé Torossian, vice president Microsoft France.
  7. François de la Rue du Can, CEO Canon France.
  8. Brice Pénaranda, CEO Levi Strauss.
  9. Christophe de Backer, CEO HSBC Private Bank.
  10. Nicolas Merindol, CEO Caisse nationale des caisses d'épargne)
  11. Didier Papazoglou, CEO Optic 2000.
  12. Yann Coleou, CEO Sodexho.
  13. Christophe Becker, CEO GeneaNet)
  14. Jean-Christophe Gausi, vice president AtisReal.
  15. Christian Courtin-Clarins, CEO Clarins.
  16. Jacques de Chateauvieux, CEO Bourbon, vice president Axa)
  17. Charles-Henri Le Bret, CEO UBS AG Investment Bank France.
  18. Stéphane Truchi, vice president IFOP
  19. Stéphan Caron


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