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Delivering Experiences in Luxury Today

Delivering experiences is increasingly challenging for luxury brands today. Luxury brands not only face high client expectations, but are also under pressure to create experiences that are unique, personal and emotionally engaging. Such experiences must be genuine and authentic — not gimmicky. They also need to be true to the brand — its values, culture and purpose — as well as delivered consistently and cohesively across all points of contact, both

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Female students empowered by Women in Hospitality event

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

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“A learning experience of a life time”

One of the reason our students choose to study at Glion is undoubtedly the school’s connection with the hospitality world. During their studies, student have plenty of opportunities to meet experts working in the industry and have a taste of the business. On Friday 18th of August Glion Semester 4 students, organized by lecturer Reka Mizsei spent a day at the finest hotel in London, The Ritz.   The students

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The Glion Alumni Student-Network Event

On October 27th, a Glion Alumni Student-Network Event was held in the Skyline café on Glion Campus. These events are organized to create beneficial ties between Glion alumni and current students, and to reward industrious, scholarly students with a chance to meet alumni leaders from a variety of sectors. Over drinks and a spectacular buffet, students had the opportunity to make valuable industry connections, ask questions and receive career advice. Guy Bentley, CEO of

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How to trade your day-job for a hospitality career

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

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