Vincent Hotyat







Vincent Hotyat is an award-winning teacher in the LSE Department of Management. He has considerable professional experience in management at senior executive level and in teaching university students and executives, and is passionate about innovation and social and organisational change.

In 2000, Vincent earned a Master's degree in Industrial Relations and HR Management at LSE. Prior to LSE, he studied Finance and Marketing at the University of California Berkeley and Law at the Free University of Brussels.

He joined KPMG as a management consultant, and later went on to work as a lobbyist and a researcher for the European Federation of Public Service Unions. Subsequently, Vincent became the youngest member of the Executive Committee of Belgium's National Lottery, in which role he led the firm's strategy, business development and R&D for 6 years. He was also a member of the international dream team responsible for the design, launch and management of the pan-European game 'EuroMillions', and afterwards became EuroMillions President.

Since 2002, Vincent has also been involved in many Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability initiatives. He first set up and coordinated the Coalition for Green and Social Procurement, an international coalition of social, environmental and fair trade NGOs (Social Platform, Oxfam, WWF, Greenpeace, Clean Clothes Campaign, Climate Action Network...) and trade unions campaigning and lobbying for the inclusion of social and environmental criteria in public procurement. He then developed his professional CSR expertise as a member of the World Lottery and European Lottery Associations' CSR Expert teams. He actively contributed to the drafting and launch of industry standards and regularly spoke on CSR at international CEO and management conventions and seminars around the world. At LSE, Vincent has taught and researched CSR and labour standards in the global value chains of multinational companies.

Born in Brussels, Vincent is trilingual French-English-Dutch and has an intermediate knowledge of Portuguese.


  • Core Business Disciplines II

  • Corporate and Organisational Strategy

  • Strategic Management

  • Corporate Social Responsibility and International Labour Standards

  • International Human Resource Management

  • Organisational Behaviour


  • London School of Economics Teaching Award in recognition of outstanding contribution to teaching in the LSE Department of Management (awarded twice)

  • UC Berkeley Outstanding Achievement Award