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Formation complete sur la vente en ligne

 

Déroulement

12 sessions du 12 janvier au 22 juin 2017.

Les jeudis de 16h00 à 19h30

(dates exactes ci-dessous dans l'agenda)

 

 

Langues

​Les présentations seront faites en français et en anglais.

 

 

Prix

CHF3'600.-

10% de rabais pour les membres de NetComm et les Alumnis de HEG-FR.

 

 

Partenariats


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http://www.bilan.ch/bourse-ecommerce

 

 

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http://www.netcommsuisse.ch/

 
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Agenda

Planning 2016

 
12 janvier 2017 - Introduction à l’e-commerce, données et perspectives
Rico Baldegger, HEG-FR
Carlo Terreni, NETCOMM SUISSE
Guillaume Pahud, Fondateur DOT STORIES (former Digital Project manager, RICHEMONT)
 
26 janvier 2017 - Business model pour l’e-commerce
Frédéric Forestier, WIDE AGENCY
TBD
 
9 février 2017 - Du business plan à la pratique
Rico Baldegger, Professeur, HEG-FR
TBD
 
9 mars 2017 - E-commerce dématerialisé: l’Info-Commerce
Dino Auciello, Rédacteur en chef adjoint, BILAN
Martial Mathieu, Marketing Manager Cash Sentinel
CEO Online Banking (en attente de confirmation)
 
22 mars 2017 - Moyens de paiement pour l’e-commerce
Manuela Karam, Partner manager e-commerce, SIX PAYMENTS
Fournisseur de solution de paiement en ligne (en attente de confirmation)
Gero Kummer, PAYPAL
 
6 avril 2017 - La logistique de l’e-commerce
Laurent Garet, CEO, LA REDOUTE SUISSE
Claudia Patocchi, Leiterin Product management business, POST MAIL INTERNATIONAL - ASENDIA  
 
27 avril 2017 - Promouvoir son site: Digital Marketing & Social Promotions
Antoine Goux, Ecommerce analytics manager, NESTLE NESPRESSO
Alexandre Wehrlin, Consultant indépendant (former E-business Manager, PIAGET)
 
4 mai 2017 - Expérience Multichannel et parcours client
Peter Erni, Social Media Manager, MAMMUT Sports Group
TBD
 
18 mai 2017 - Monitorer: Les indicateurs-clés du site de e-commerce
TBD
Gael Hurliman, Rédacteur en chef, News Room RINGIER (LE TEMPS, L'HEBDO)
 
1er juin 2017 - ERP & Service Après-vente
Luc Maurer, CEO & Co-Founder, CAMP-TO-CAMP
Frédéric Gomez (Directeur du shop) et Benjamin Lange (Responsable Communication et Médias sociaux, IMAGES & ATMOSPHERE
 
15 juin 2017 - La perspective légale et la sécurité en ligne
Stéphane Koch, spécialiste en stratégie digitale et communication, Vice President of the Board, HIGH-TECH Bridge SA
Philippe Lucet, Legal Counsel, RICHEMONT INTERNATIONAL
 
22 juin 2017 - Aspect financier lié au e-commerce international
Ivo Gut, Partner Indirect Tax, KPMG
TDB
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Intervenants

Rico Baldegger                                                                                                                E_commerce_Intervenant_Rico_Baldegger.jpg

As a professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at the School of Management Fribourg, Rico J. Baldegger acts as academic coordinator of the Master in Entrepreneurship. He graduated from the University of St Gallen and obtained his doctorate from the University of Fribourg. He is the author of numerous publications on entrepreneurship, internationalization of SMEs and the reorganization of family businesses. Moreover, he is a serial entrepreneur, as is demonstrated by the many companies he created.
 
 
 
 

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Online communication nerd, Social Media lobbyist & strategist | Fields of interest: #InboundMarketing #SocialMediaMarketing #ContentMarketing #InfluencerMarketing #EmailMarketing #Storytelling #Project Management #Gamification #SocialCRM #Blogging
 
  

 

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Great believer in the value of dot brand, Guillaume co-founded dot stories in 2015. With a combined know-how in marketing, domain names, and change management, dot stories’ objective is to make dot brand simple and to support the brands engage in that revolution.

Before creating dot stories, Guillaume ran the application and strategy for 14 Top Level Domains, out of which 10 “dot brand”. He acted as Director for Digital Projects at Richemont, where he has been instrumental in the digital transformation, designing and implementing the first e-commerce platforms, e-CRM, social media and e-retail solutions for over 10 years.

Guillaume earned his degree in Engineering from Ecole Centrale de Paris in 1993. He then worked as civil engineer, where he implemented sensor based intelligent construction sites as early as 1996, and since then has always been passionate about disruptive innovation.

He loves running Marathons as well as going skiing with his two children. Furthermore, Guillaume is a regular contributor to the Geneva Management School Master in Luxury, as well as at CREA and with HEAD, creative and design schools.
 
 

Vincent Tresno

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Vincent Tresno started his career in strategy consulting, advising multinationals within the Energy, Finance and Media Sector.

Following a career advising big corporations, he moved on towards founding start up companies in real estate and later on focused on technology projects. His exposure to tech companies include verticals, such as Video-on-Demand, Fintech, Two-sided Marketplaces and eCommerce. Before his current work as independent consultant and interim manager, he was Chief Marketing Officer at Rocket Internet (incubator behind companies such as Zalando and many others), managing the marketing staff in 7 countries. He has guest lectured at the Hochschule of Lucerne Master course, geared towards experienced Marketing Managers, seeking to obtain formal training.

Vincent holds an honours Bachelor degree in media and engineering, and a Master in international business from the University of Nottingham (UK). He resides in Zug, Switzerland
 
 
 
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Laurent Garet was named CEO of La Redoute Switzerland SA in June 2013.
Before that, he spent most of his career within the Kering Group, holding important positions in Operations, Marketing, Organization, Product, Business development, in 3 different countries: Italy, UK, and France. These experiences led him to take on a CEO role, first in Spain between 2008 and 2013, and then in Switzerland. His current challenge is to position laredoute.ch as the unique online apparel and decoration offer, with products exclusively designed in France, as part of a new ambitious business plan for La Redoute in Europe.
Laurent speaks French (native), English, Italian and Spanish, and has some basic knowledge in German. He holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from EDHEC Grande Ecole, and is a French Foreign Trade Counsellor.
 
 
 
Luc Maurer

In 1997, after getting an HEC degree in Business Management, Mr Maurer worked for the management control department at Ernst & Young. He continued his studies in parallel and then received a Master in Computer Management in 2001 .
Curious and business-oriented, he founded Camptocamp in 2001 (over 50 employees as of today).
 
 
 
 
Manuela Karam-Feuz     
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Manuela Karam-Feuz is an E-Commerce partner manager for SIX Payment Service. SIX is Switzerland’s leader in payment processing and offers the most secure, stable financial technology providers available. SIX is the ideal partner of choice for businesses of all types and sizes who expect rapid, user-friendly cashless solutions to deliver a better customer experience.
Manuela has worked with big brands, web agencies and banks on various projects related to e-commerce and e-payment. For SIX, it is all about chances and success; not only because of the revenue growth outlook but also because it allows merchants to explore new ways to bond with their customers.
After a Masters in Linguistics and History, Manuela Karam-Feuz has pursued her education in economics and project management.
 
 
 

Philippe Lucet                                                                                                                 E_commerce_Intervenant_Philippe_Lucet.jpg

Philippe Lucet is Lead Counsel for Richemont, in charge of legal for two luxury Brands and Group e-commerce projects worldwide, and has handled digital, online distribution and CRM projects in the United States, Europe, Japan, China and Asia -Pacific. Before joining Richemont, he was a Corporate/Commercial attorney-at-law in the Paris and New York offices of the global law firm Dentons, specializing in IP/IT, technology, media and telecommunications. In June 2014, he was elected as one of the representatives of the French community in Switzerland. Philippe is a graduate from Sciences-Po Paris, and holds a Master of International Affairs in Finance and Banking from Columbia University, and a Master of Law, Science and Technology from Stanford University.
 
 
 
Claudia Patocchi                  
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Claudia Patocchi is Team Leader of the Product Management for International Business Solutions at Swiss Post in Berne. In this function she is also a specialist for world-wide distance selling solutions for e-commerce customers in Switzerland. She started her carrier in the product management of B2C solutions and within the partner management of alternative distribution solutions, which allowed her to gain many years of experience in the distance selling area. Ms. Patocchi graduated in Business Administration at the University of Cologne and also studied International Management at the Haute Ecole de Commerce (HEC) in Paris.
 
 
 

Carlo Terreni                                                                                                                   E_commerce_Intervenant_Carlo_Terreni.jpg

Carlo Terreni is co-founder and board member of NetComm Suisse Association. Since August 2012, he is head of  the NetComm Suisse Observatory and he works with passion and determination towards the establishment of a permanent e-commerce observatory, in collaboration with PostFinance and Accenture. His goal is to supply free strategic quantitative data on electronic commerce to the Swiss e-commerce community, in order to help decision makers to exploit the potential of the Swiss and European online market. Carlo has been working as a digital consultant and account manager for Tinext SA, a leading web Agency in Ticino, since 2010. He has provided consultancy services for companies such as Cornèrcard, Sanofi, AET, Bally, Diamond, Artsana, Royal Caribbean, etc. He holds two Master Degrees in marketing and sales from Copenhagen Business School and Bocconi University and he obtained his High School Diploma at Lasswade High School in Scotland.
 
 

Alexandre Wehrlin                                                                                                         E_commerce_Intervenant_Alexandre_Wehrlin.jpg

Alexandre Wehrlin is a Swiss-Australian who studied and grew up in Geneva. He started his career at Sita, a telecommunication company and later joined DFS Trading Ltd, a member of luxury group LVMH, where he worked five years as a Business Analyst. During this time he carried out several international projects notably in Miami and in Singapore, conducting IS integration and training. In 2004, he joined the Communications Department at Piaget, where he was in charge of budgeting, internet and films. In 2007, he was appointed E-Business Manager and dedicated his time to the launch of several e-commerce platforms in the US, Europe, Japan and lately China. He also conducted the internalization of contact-centers for the brand. He oversees the development of websites, the digital media, social networks, and back-office services and also participates in the brand’s communication launches. In parallel, Alex is also a lecturer at the Geneva University for the e-business and communication master.
 
 
 

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Gaël Hurlimann

Gaël Hurlimann, 41 ans, a étudié les sciences politiques à l'Université de Lausanne. Il est depuis février 2015 rédacteur en chef du numérique pour Le Temps et L’Hebdo, en charge de mener la transformation digitale des deux titres. Il a auparavant géré la présence en ligne du CICR de 2012 à 2015. De 2006 à 2012, il était responsable du site d’information de la  Radio Télévision Suisse.  Parallèlement à son activité professionnelle, il a été chargé de plusieurs cours de journalisme multimédia au Département des sciences de la communication et des médias de l’Université de Fribourg.

 

 

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Dino Auciello

Vice editor in chief, Dino Auciello is responsible for all digital projects for Bilan.


 


 


 


 


 

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Revue de presse

Le Journal du Jura, 20.01.2016

Des opportunités, peu de compétences 160120_leJournalJura.pdf.pdf

 

Le Quotidien de la Côte, 20.01.2016

Le défi du supermarché en ligne 160120_laCote.pdf.pdf

 

La Liberté, 20.01.2016

Des opportunités mais peu de compétences 160120_laLiberte.pdf.pdf

 

Le Nouvelliste, 20.01.2016

Le défi du supermarché en ligne 160120_leNouvelliste.pdf.pdf

 

L'express, 20.01.2016

Le défi du supermarché en ligne 160120_lExpress.pdf.pdf

 

L'impartial, 20.01.2016

Des opportunités, peu de compétences 160120_lImpartial.pdf.pdf

 

Cominmag, 01.03.2016
HEG-FR lance une formation en e-commerce Actualité - HEG-FR lance une formation en e-commerce - Cominmag.pdf.pdf

 

L'Agefi, 07.03.2016
HEG FR - NETCOMM: offre de formation dans I'e- commerce L'agefi.pdf.pdf

 

Le Matin dimanche, 20.03.2016

Le suisse est champion de l'e-commerceLe matin dimanche.pdf.pdf

 

ICT journal, 02.03.2016

La HEG Fribourg lance une formation continue en e-commerce La HEG Fribourg lance une formation continue en e-commerce - ICTjournal.pdf.pdf

 

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Contact & renseignements

 
 
Prof. Magali Dubosson
Ch. du Musée 4
CH-1700 Fribourg
T : +41 26 429 63 94
F : +41 26 429 63 34
 

 

Inscriptions

 
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