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MBA ESG has a policy of opening up internationally and has been on its strategy for several years now. It has been almost a year since the MBA ESG Sport Management program was opened to students in Bangalore, India.
The first class, made up of a dozen Indian students, is currently enjoying its study trip in Paris accompanied by Benjamin Sorge, Pedagogical Manager of the training, and Ashvin Gutti, Head of MBA in Bangalore.
The goal of the 2-week Paris trip is to discover the French capital, its traditions but also and above all, its culture of sport and its growing market for the Paris Olympics 2024.
Over the next two weeks, students will discover Stade de France, INSEP, U Arena and other key venues of the Paris 2024 bid. They will also have the privilege of having fifteen or so leaders of the companies that make the sport of today and tomorrow such as Bein Sport, Lagardère, PSG, Tremplin, the Professional Football League, Nielsen Sport, Sport24.com, Lacoste, etc.
The last three days will be dedicated to the visit of the Palace of Versailles and other breath-taking monuments of the beautiful Parisian city.
Benjamin Sorge, Head of MBA Sport Management in Bangalore: “The sports industry in India is booming. Through this study trip, the goal is to offer students the keys to reading a mature sport market to help them participate in the development of Indian sport.”