He has also worked as a consultant for Arthur Andersen and Ernst and Young and has an MBA from the ESSEC Business School in Paris.
What does EDI stand for?
EDI stands for ESSEC (École Supérieure des Sciences Économiques et Commerciales) Développement International (French: Superior School of Economic Science and Business International Development)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 207 other meanings of EDI in our Acronym Attic
- Employee Development Inventory
- Engineering, Design, and Inspection
- Enhanced Defense Intelligence (Mass Effect; video game)
- Enterprise Data Integration
- Enterprise Development Initiative (various locations)
- Enterprise Development International
- Environmental Developers, Inc.
- Environnement de Développement Intégré (French: Integrated Development Environment)
- Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
- ESQ Development Institute
- Essentiel de la Distribution Informatique (French: Essentials of Computer Distribution; magazine)
- Ethereal Darkness Interactive (game)
- European Defense Identity
- European Drug Index
- Evaluate, Develop, Implement
- Executive Director, Inc. (Milwaukee, WI)
- Expertises et Diagnostics en Immobilier (French: Diagnostics and Expertise in Real Estate)
- Explain, Demonstrate, Imitate
- Extended Destination Index (register in x86 processors)
- Extreme Deep Invader (fictional/movie aircraft)
Samples in periodicals archive:
When he returned from university in 2004, with a degree in international management from the prestigious French business school ESSEC, Mohamed joined the Jaidah Group, where he is now chief development officer (CDO) and sits on the board of directors.
To ready the 'Building Innovation' programme for the longer term, MIPIM has partnered with the Real Estate and Sustainability Chair at ESSEC international business school.
For instance in the Financial Times' Business schools ranking, four French Schools are in the top 10 (HEC, ESSEC, ESCP Europe, Grenoble Business School).
Ms Zingraff-Shariff completed her MBA from ESSEC in Paris where she specialised in marketing and international business development before starting her career with L'Oreal Paris.
Kashif applied for an MPhil (Business Administration) in a leading French business school, ESSEC Business School.
phil (Business Administration) in a leading French business school, ESSEC Business School.