Posts by Glion Institute of Higher Education

Glion student wins HLNC Student Challenge

Grisha Davidoff was on the winning team of the Hotel Leaders Network Conference Student Challenge. The Hotel Leaders Network Conference is an annual international conference that regroups the heads of the hospitality industry for a chance to innovate, educate and network. This year, Glion Institute of Higher Education was invited to send participants for the student challenge along with other prestigious universities. Three of our top-students were chosen to represent

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Female talent in the hospitality industry

Attracting, Developing, and Retaining Female Talent in the Hospitality Industry By Paul Vanderbroeck, PhD – Faculty Member Glion Online The hospitality industry has traditionally attracted a high number of women into its workforce. The student bodies of hospitality schools, such as Glion, contain a good number of female students, usually around 50 %. So there is enough female talent in the pipeline. The current challenges therefore are not a matter of

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Sustainability lessons at Glion’s 4th MBA symposium

Sustainability is a popular buzzword today and a topic that future leaders definitely need to understand. As such, sustainability was the topic of this latest MBA Key series symposium hosted by Glion Institute of Higher Education with the collaboration of the Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) of Les Roches-Gruyère, HE-Arc Neuchatel and HEIG-VD Yverdon, which was held at the GIHE Bulle campus on September 16th. The symposium featured three key

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Glion Ice Bucket Challenge

The Glion students decided to support the ALS Association by taking up the #IceBucketChallenge and donating to the cause. Kudos to the Glioners who were brave enough to face bad weather and cold lake water – their contribution is even more appreciated! Not to waste any drinking water for the challenge, the water was taken from the lake Geneva and went right back in it. We’ve started collecting funds for

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