Held in early December 2020, the event brought together 2,500 students and 24 speakers including Sarah El Haïry, French Secretary of State for Youth and Commitment, and Graig Monetti, Chief of Staff and Special Advisor to the French Minister for Higher Education and Research..
The ENGIE Prize for the Best Project with a Positive Impact
Won by Junior ISEP and Skema Conseil, this prize rewards Junior Enterprises undertaking a project with the most impact on higher education or on society.
Choosing to partner on a shared project, Junior ISEP and Skema Conseil supported the Semenka NGO
in its development through various elements to construct a real strategy enabling rapid growth (business model, digital roadmap, website, business partnership). Find out more about the project
“With this new prize, Skema Conseil and SKEMA continue to make progress within the Junior Enterprise movement. For us, winning the ENGIE Prize for the Best Project with a Positive Impact is fantastic recognition for the new strategy that our JE is developing and which places considerable importance on societal commitment! Skema Conseil was also a finalist in the Saint-Gobain Prize for the Best Consultant Support, which ultimately we didn’t win, but I’d like to thank all the teams that enabled us to achieve these fine results and, in particular, Julie, Fiona, Damien and Maxime. The project for the Semenka NGO, tangible and large-scale, was an opportunity to strengthen our partnership with Junior ISEP. A fine reward for a great shared project, with multiple impacts, and which has enabled the creation of new synergies between the many stakeholders while contributing to the common good,” said Brahim Belasri-Nogueira, president of Skema Conseil.
Congratulations to the two Junior Enterprises that won the ENGIE Prize for the Best Project with a Positive Impact 2020!