Christine Demen Meier
Christine Demen Meier

Christine Demen Meier

Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at EHL

Dr. Christine Demen Meier is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at EHL. She holds both the Saviva F&B and Metro Innovation chairs at the school. Since 2010, I am head of the F&B Chair, which was created under the impetus of various players of the F&B industry. The aim of the Chair is to study innovations and sustainable development in the food service industry in order to provide students and F&B professionals with new knowledge.
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Dr. Christine Demen Meier is an Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at EHL. She holds both the Saviva F&B and Metro Innovation chairs at the school. Since 2010, I am head of the F&B Chair, which was created under the impetus of various players of the F&B industry. The aim of the Chair is to study innovations and sustainable development in the food service industry in order to provide students and F&B professionals with new knowledge. After obtaining a PhD in Management Science focusing on entrepreneurship and independent restaurants, in 2007, I was given the opportunity to share with EHL students – and those of other schools, as an invited professor in several Master programs – my experience and knowledge in entrepreneurship.
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EHL Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (Lausanne) is an ambassador for traditional Swiss hospitality and has been a pioneer in hospitality education since 1893 with over 25,000 alumni worldwide and over 120 nationalities. EHL is the world's first hospitality management school that provides university-level programs at its campuses in Lausanne and Chur-Passugg, as well as online learning solutions. The School is ranked n°1 by QS World University Rankings by subject and CEOWorld Magazine, and its gastronomic restaurant is the world's only educational establishment to hold a Michelin Star.
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