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Glion Year in Review 2015

The year of 2015 brought many changes to Glion Institute of Higher Education and we have plenty of exciting news to share. First and foremost, we’d like to thank everyone who contributed to our success and helped us earn our current status as the “Best Hospitality Management School” in the world, awarded to us at the 2015 Worldwide Hospitality Awards. We are proud of our school, but more importantly, we

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Inside the Luxury Brand Management specialization: Domus Academy workshops

After spending a few years in the 5-star luxury hotel sector, Alexandra Matyushkova studied at Domus Academy, Glion’s academic partner for the new specialization in Luxury Brand Management. Building on her foundations in hospitality, Alexandra learned new ways to apply her skills through Domus’ workshops that take real-life industry cases and ask the students to find real-world solutions for luxury brand marketing, design and management. Alexandra Matyushkova Nationality: Russian Graduation

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A Luxury Industry Internship – Mario Nurzia ‘16, Sales Assistant at Cartier, NY

Currently on internship as a Sales Assistant in Cartier’s flagship New York City location, Mario Nurzia reflects on how his hospitality training is contributing to his work in the luxury industry and his career prospects therein. He will return to Glion next semester to begin the Luxury Brand Management specialization for his bachelor degree in hospitality. Name: Mario Nurzia Nationality: Italian Semester 5, Bachelor Degree in Hospitality Management   Mario

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2015 Industry Trends

Judy Hou, CEO of Glion Institute of Higher Education, takes a look at the current state of the hospitality industry and shares her views on predicted 2015 industry trends. Hospitality Reaching Luxury Retail and Finance Industries According to Deloitte’s 2014 luxury goods report, the world’s top 75 luxury brands accounted for US$171.8 billion of aggregate net sales in 2012 and a compound annual growth rate of 14.3 percent (2010–2012). This

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