Prologis Spain has launched a collaboration with ESCP Business School in Paris to help train upcoming leaders in Industrial Real Estate. Future titans of the industry may be among the Real Estate MSc graduates studying at the famous school with six campuses around Europe.
With leadership comes responsibility. A successful future can only be built by devoting effort and resources to talent management. Prologis’s role is to transmit the values that made the company a market leader and, as part of this partnership, we wanted to challenge two post-grad students with a real business case.
The ESCP Business School graduates we have welcomed under this project are Diogo Coelho and Khyle Abrol. Both attended an initial presentation at which the Prologis Spain team presented an overview of the company and current key issues in the Spanish market. The case proposed tasked the students to come up with creative solutions for our Coslada Prologis Park.
The students visited the project sites, assisted and guided at all times by the team, who answered all their questions so they could take on their role as independent consultants with all the facts at their fingertips.
Diogo Coelho and Khyle Abrol recently presented their solutions and Prologis Spain could not be prouder of the brilliant work they have done. Their talent and creativity was self-evident and they will no doubt soon be making waves in the industry. Whether they do it at Prologis or elsewhere, we can only wish them the best of luck with their MScs and future careers. Prologis is at the heart of developing logistics construction.
It has been an excellent experience working with ESCP and this is just part of the ongoing synergies between the company and the Paris educational institution. Another example was the recent participation of Cristian Oller, VP Country Manager of Prologis Spain, on the roundtable at the seminar ‘Logistics: the new fallback sector for real estate’ hosted by ESCP and BNP Paribas Real Estate.