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On 2nd April 2020, ESCP's ESCAPE society hosted its first event at the London campus.

Taking place online due to COVID-19 lockdown in the UK, this welcome event introduced established Florian Steinbauer, MSc in Marketing and Creativity student, as the President of ESCAPE London, as well as the organising team at large.

ESCAPE is ESCP’s LGBT+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and related communities) association which brings together students, alumni, as well as faculty members and staff. It is one of the School’s largest associations with more than 200 active members.

The new members are committed to rethinking the traditional approach of the flagship branch of ESCAPE Paris in light of the current international health crisis.

In order to find meaningful ways to represent LGBT+ students online, ESCAPE London will connect with similar societies at other London universities to seek advice and cooperation during these challenging times.

In addition, the group will launch a blog with LGBT+ relevant content, such as ads, business news or politics. This will enable an active discussion and regular exchange of ideas, bringing more visibility to ESCAPE and support to its community.

In the coming months, ESCAPE London will organise an online event on LGBT+ sensitivities with a focus on marketing. This will be open to all students.

ESCAPE London is dedicated to keeping the spark within its community alive in the face of the current constraints. The group will continue its initiatives for London students in the 2020/21 academic year.