Posted on August 05, 2019

In its commitment to move towards sustainable paradigms, HEC Paris, ranked number 3 worldwide in Executive Education by the Financial Times, gains a step closer by signing an agreement with Elite Paper Recycling for their paper waste collection. This agreement with Elite Paper reflects HEC Paris’ commitment to align and strengthen its vision to support Qatar National Vision 2030 in transforming the country into an advanced society capable of achieving sustainable development by 2030. 

Elite Paper Recycling manufactures kraft paper with paper and cardboard waste. In just about five years of being in the business, the company strives to contribute positively to the nation’s sustainable economy by providing gainful learning and employment opportunities, while meeting the challenges of the ever-changing environment. Dr. Nils Plambeck (pictured), Dean & CEO, HEC Paris in Qatar, said: “We are pleased to collaborate with Elite Paper Recycling to enhance the sustainable paradigms in Qatar. Our fast depleting natural resources are a great cause for concern and preserving them is one of the most critical needs for every single organization.”

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Mr. Abdalla Al Suwaidi, chairman EPR stated: “We are very happy to partner with HEC Paris in Qatar, which is bringing world-class Executive Education to the region. Our main goal is to spread awareness within our community and especially among the young generation, and educate the youth on the importance of recycling and environmental protection and sustainability.  EPR has launched mega public awareness projects such as ‘The Eco Dome’ and the ‘Green Fleet’, all part of the overall communication strategy and of course in line with Qatar National Vision 2030.”

In Qatar, HEC Paris runs an International Executive MBA (EMBA), a Specialized Master’s Degree in Strategic Business Unit Management (SBUM), Executive Short Programs and Certificates for managers as well as executives and Custom Programs for companies.