La Gaude : the masterclasses of the e-business City

Posté lun 19/06/2000 - 00:00
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From July 3rd to 5th, 2000, the New Economy Club will organize a training course in new economy, meant to be for post-graduate students and for novice professionals.

You are a student in final year, you are expecting your competition results, you have some free days before going on holidays, you are a post-graduate, you are launching your own start-up, you are a novice professional interested in new economy, you would like to develop your relation network or to know the current business environment, in a better way ? Thus, the Masterclasses 2000 are meant to be for you.During three days, on July 3rd, 4th and 5th,2000, under the olive trees of the IBM park, in the main lecture hall or in the rooms of the briefing centre, you will be given the opportunity to meet the best professionals, managers, and company heads, during the conferences, the debates, and the optional workshops you will be offered. Even, you may win the Masterclasses Award : the Olivier d'Or (the Golden Olive Tree).The planned programmeThe conferences :they are held on a one-hour format, added to the questions of the room. Here are the themes :-To develop your business : the CCI, by Francis Perugini, the CCI Côte d'Azur Chairman.-The e-business generation, by Bernard Dufeau, the IBM France CEO-The modern media, by the Chairman of Nice Matin-Bank and new economy, by the Crédit Agricole director-Me, a voracious person in Internet services, by a person in charge of a start-up of the Net.The debate :it will also be take the shape of one-hour modules :-What is new in the new economy ?The workshops :(one hour with a thirty-minute presentation, added to the questions-debate in small groups) :-The Sophia Antipolis, with Alain André, the Director of the CICA, Sophia-The solutions of the e-business, with Jacques Gros, the Telecom Valley Chairman-The development of the firms on the French Riviera, with Philippe Servetti, the Director at Côte d'Azur Développement's-Here is the way I launch my start-up, with Pascal Jahu, the P&P Actitude Director-Here is the way I have launched my start-up, with Patrick Toca, the NGSET Director-Here is the way you could launch your start-up, with a Venture Capitalist-Why the outsourcing, with Jean-Luc Burlier, from IBM Europe-The ERP, with Brigitte Lainé, from IBM La Gaude-The project management and the career of project manager, with Jean-Claude Dravet, the PMI Sud Chairman, the project Manager-The Knowledge Management, with Jean-Claude Dravet, from IBM La Gaude-The HW technologies of the Net Economy, with Jean Louis Noupier, from IBM La Gaude-The space : technologies and business, with Jean Zieger, the Alcatel Space Cannes Director-The e-business attitude, with Christian Poujardieu, the IBM Director in La Gaude-What a company union is made for, with Raoul-Jacques Joussemet, the GIMECA Secretary-General-The consulting : a job of experts, with Frédéric Allard, the Director of the Consulting Networking, from IBM Europe-You innovate, you think Intellectual Property, with Philippe Thérias-Golf and Business, with Philippe Lemoine, the Promogolf CEOHere are other contributors to the workshops : Jacques Perrin, the CERAM Director, Jean-Pierre Dugré, the Chief Technical Officer, NetGen division, Ernst & Young.Information and contactRegistration : The Masterclasses organized with the contribution of the CCI Côte d'Azur, Nice Matin, CICOM Organisation and IBM, are free. But, the number of places is limited. People participating to all the three days, will have priority.To register, before June 10th, send an e-mail to, or a fax to Masterclasses, 04 93 24 49 51, specifying your details, your situation (student, engineer, etc), your participation targets to the Masterclasses (it will be a selective element for registration in case of too much participants).You can also indicate subjects for workshops; in case of convergence, they will be additionally organized.Address : IBM, 06610 La GaudeTel : 04 92 11 47 25Fax : 04 93 24 49 41e-mail :

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