Chairs and Institutes serving a sectoral research

Assist companies in understanding their environment, bring them to transform these challenges into opportunities to remain competitive in a changing and ever more complex environment. This is the commitment that drives the NEOMA Business School faculty in its research output.

The Chairs and Institutes of NEOMA Business School fully reflect these bridges between academic research and social issues.

The Chair

The Chair acts as a mutually beneficial research facility for the School and businesses. Its objective? Provide answers and concrete insights around a specific theme, directly related to the environment of the partner company.

It is structured around strategic lines of research co-defined by the company and the School, which is based on a relationship of trust :

  • the company is committed to supply researchers with valuable data
  • the research team is focussed on utilising the resources and expertise necessary to develop new findings, whilst respecting the strategic objectives defined at the start.

industrial bioeconomy

Chair in Industrial Bioeconomy

Our Chair addresses one of the most promising segments of bioeconomy: the industrial application of Life Sciences in the field of vegetal resources.


Chair in Business Models and Entrepreneurial Innovation

This Chair "Business Models and Entrepreneurial Innovation" will develop specific skills in the entrepreneurial process.


Chair in New Careers

The Chair in New Careers aims to explore the changes that are affecting employment and careers.


The Institute

Developed with the support of institutional partners and public research bodies, the NEOMA Business School Institutes invest in specific research areas, in response to national and international issues.

Smart Product and Consumption

Our Institute develops knowledge on the consumption of smart products and their integration into marketing strategies.



MOBIS brings together multidisciplinary public research bodies on the logistics theme, such as collaborative international research projects.