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A student’s account of work experience at the Kempinski Fleuve Congo, Kinshasa By Fernando Guardia O’Kelly Many would tremble at the idea of working in the country known as The Democratic Republic of Congo. Not former Glion student Sebastian Koch, who right after finishing his Postgraduate diploma in Hospitality Management, jumped on a plane to jazz up his hospitality internship experience in the heart of Africa. I’ve had the chance
Surely you’ve heard of Oktoberfest, the traditional German festival. But did you ever wonder where it all started? Let’s take a look at the traditions and strengths of this beloved German festival with comments and pictures from Sarah Tanizar, a semester two student on our event management program. A festival based on history and culture “Here’s a little history lesson. The Oktober Festival started in Munich because of the Bavarian Prince, Prince
Like sailboats that start out in the local port and waters, most of us start out our careers by staying close to what we know: our familiar places, people and skills. And while familiar and reassuring may be nice for a while, it’s not enough for an inspiring, life-long career. Whether you chose the wrong major, or you’re tired of your job, you can always change directions to start a
We are pleased to announce that Glion’s Innovation in Luxury Conference was a tremendous success. On the morning of Wednesday, September 21, 2016, the Marriott auditorium was filled to capacity with attendees, including keynote speakers and panelists from leading luxury brands, Glion’s luxury industry partners, alumni, and GIHE students and faculty. Guy Bentley, CEO of Glion Worldwide, set the stage by sharing the objectives for Glion’s Luxury Conference Series, of which