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PARTICIPANT HANDBOOK
Jean-Claude Larréché
The Alfred H. Heineken Chaired Professor of Marketing

INSEAD

Hubert Gatignon
The Claude Janssen Chaired Professor of Business Administration and Professor of Marketing

INSEAD

Rémi Triolet
Partner, Director of R&D

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