Insights from one of Italy’s iconic luxury fashion brands Glion’s Luxury Brand Management specialization was built based on the criteria and advice of leaders from the luxury industry. As a growing number of brands were coming to recruit our graduates, the specialization was a natural next step to give the industry what it needs. As such, our courses bring leaders from the luxury industry to impart industry-specific knowledge through conferences,
The Glion Institute of Higher Education has partnered with The New York Times Luxury Travel conference, taking place on 1-2 December at the Grand Hyatt Singapore. Glion will be supporting to promote this exciting event and will have representatives present on the day. The New York Times brings together global thought leaders at this crucial summit to explore the future of luxury travel. Taking place in Singapore, Times journalists and
Three ways hospitality managers can get into the luxury health services market for the world’s aging population. We’ve heard a lot about Millennials in the hospitality and tourism industries lately, but let’s not forget about our elders. The aging Baby-Boomers are now seeking new solutions for lodging, health care and vacations as they advance in the twilight years. And according to many sources, health care jobs related to the elderly
Yasmin Lukatah talks about creating a unique luxury brand experience for the Luxury Brand Management degree specialization workshop at Domus Academy, done during Design Week 2016 in Milan. What did you do during the Luxury Brand Management workshop in Milan? I worked on a brand experience project with Pomellato, which is a luxury jewelry company. Our aim was to increase brand awareness and create a stronger, more memorable experience within
Discover the latest edition of the Glion London campus life magazine. This month, our students have been broadening their horizons, by learning all about the luxury industry at Glion’s exclusive seminar in central London. Find out more below!