Tag Event Sport and Entertainment Management

Lulla, making a career in Shanghai

With her Bachelor Degree in Event, Sport and Entertainment Management in hand, Lulla Hokholt ’12, from Norway, went from our charming Bulle campus straight to China where she put to use the skills and cultural knowledge gained at Glion to progress to a project manager position within two years, at Liquid Impact, an event management agency in Shanghai. In this interview, Lulla shares how she found her calling as an

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Sport Event Management “Hat Trick” with UEFA

In honor of Glion’s growing collaboration with the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA), this Event, Sport and Entertainment (ESE) Conference was dedicated to the topic “UEFA Hat-Trick”. This second ESE Conference of 2014 was organized, as usual, by the students and faculty of the ESE program of Glion Institute of Higher Education, on the Bulle campus. What is a Hat Trick? A “hat trick” is what happens when one

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Kristina on finding her dream job with the Olympic Committee

Kristina Jabornicka began working at the Czech Olympic Committee for the Commission for Foreign Affairs straight after she graduated in 2013 with a BBA in Event, Sport and Entertainment Management from Glion Institute of Higher Education. In this interview, Kristina describes her attraction to the field of event management, the meaningful lessons she learned at Glion, and her newly gained professional insights. Kristina was born in Moscow, but she grew

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Glion Champs 2014

With the many outstanding events Glion students have hosted in the past, ESE1 can finally join the ranks as they hosted their first event early last week. The annual Glion Champs sporting event is produced and executed by ESE1 students. This year the Glion Champs team put together a memorable event and showcased the Glion Spirit, student’s individuality, and teamwork. From brainstorming, securing sponsors, to organizing games, the students really

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Event Management Tips #1

Tip 1 – What was impossible may become possible On the day of the graduation ceremony, I was amazed by the perfect organisation of the event. At that time, I was graduating from the Postgraduate Event, Sport and Entertainment (PGD ESE) program. I started thinking that it would be really interesting to learn from people who organize really outstanding events, such as the graduation. I knew that sometimes the students

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