Hotel management requires hard work, experience and understanding. A hotel manager must know and appreciate the challenges of each department. They must be confident, organized and friendly. They must also have passion, ambitions and a strong drive. A hotel management career is exciting and unpredictable, taking you across the globe and working for a range of leading companies. Here are some tips to help and inform you of what to expect.
Around 700 Glion students and luxury industry representatives attended Glion’s Experiential Luxury Conference to gain insights from luxury industry leaders. Held on 10 October 2017 at the CO2 in Bulle, Switzerland, Glion’s third annual Luxury Conference featured guest speakers from renowned brands in hospitality, luxury goods, gastronomy, art, wellness and more. Through presentations and roundtable discussions, these panelists shared their views on authenticity, passion, storytelling and traceability — and what it
Representatives from a range of high-profile luxury organisations were on hand to impart advice to 700 students at the Glion’s Experiential Luxury Conference this week. The event took place at the CO2 Centre in Bulle, hosted by Georgette Davey, Managing Director of Glion Switzerland and Glion London. Luxury businesses are always under pressure to remain relevant. They face the challenge of creating products and services that inspire, while also remaining true
A Women In Hospitality event gave female students from Glion’s MBA course an insightful education into the industry. The Institute of Hospitality organized the event, which took place on Wednesday 20 September at the Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, while four experts from industry led the discussions. Push yourself forward and keep inspiring Speaker events form an integral part of Glion’s teaching model, as they enable students to
Within the total luxury industry, the delivery of luxury experiences is booming — much of which is driven by hospitality. “Luxury experiences,” as defined by Bain & Company, accounted for more than 29% of the total global luxury market and grew 5% faster than the total personal luxury goods segment in 2016. These experiences include luxury hotels, cruises and restaurants, as well as fine wines, spirits and food. Luxury hospitality