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Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business School - Masters & MBA INSEEC - ECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business School - Sup Career - Sup de Pub Advertising & Communication School - Bordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup Santé - Sup Social - Concours PASS - International University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC - Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC - Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
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The International University of Monaco offers Bachelor, Master et MBA Programs in Finance, Luxury & International Business.

Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business SchoolMasters & MBA INSEECECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business SchoolSup CareerSup de Pub Advertising & Communication SchoolBordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup SantéSup SocialConcours PASSInternational University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC – Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC – Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
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Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business School - Masters & MBA INSEEC - ECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business School - Sup Career - Sup de Pub Advertising & Communication School - Bordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup Santé - Sup Social - Concours PASS - International University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC - Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC - Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
Crédits Hébergement : Ugocom Medias / Ecritel / IUM - Privacy Policy - RSS / Atom Feeds - © 2000-2012 INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF MONACO

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The International University of Monaco offers Bachelor, Master et MBA Programs in Finance, Luxury & International Business.

Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business SchoolMasters & MBA INSEECECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business SchoolSup CareerSup de Pub Advertising & Communication SchoolBordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup SantéSup SocialConcours PASSInternational University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC – Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC – Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
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Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business School - Masters & MBA INSEEC - ECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business School - Sup Career - Sup de Pub Advertising & Communication School - Bordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup Santé - Sup Social - Concours PASS - International University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC - Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC - Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
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The International University of Monaco offers Bachelor, Master et MBA Programs in Finance, Luxury & International Business.

Find out more about schools and programs of the INSEEC Group : INSEEC Business SchoolMasters & MBA INSEECECE École de Commerce Européenne
MBA Institute Paris International Business SchoolSup CareerSup de Pub Advertising & Communication SchoolBordeaux International Wine Institute (BIWI)
Sup SantéSup SocialConcours PASSInternational University of Monaco

Design : MWP Interactive / Groupe INSEEC – Production : Ugocom / Groupe INSEEC – Photos : Rebecca Marshall / IUM INSEEC Group / Société des Bains de Mer(SBM)
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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing http://asiancorrespondent.com/79810/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-4/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79810/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-4/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79810/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-4/ Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc...

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu


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With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc…

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu

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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM? http://asiancorrespondent.com/79809/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-4/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79809/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-4/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79809/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-4/ Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.


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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.

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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing http://asiancorrespondent.com/79780/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-3/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79780/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-3/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79780/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-3/ Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc...

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu


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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc…

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu

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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM? http://asiancorrespondent.com/79779/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-3/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79779/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-3/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79779/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-3/ Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.


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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.

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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing http://asiancorrespondent.com/79764/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-2/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79764/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-2/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79764/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing-2/ Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc...

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu


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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc…

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu

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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM? http://asiancorrespondent.com/79763/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-2/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79763/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-2/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79763/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium-2/ Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.


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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.

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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing http://asiancorrespondent.com/79749/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79749/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79749/launch-of-the-master-in-digital-marketing/ Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc...

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu


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Launch of the Master in Digital Marketing

With a strong practical learning approach, the Master in Digital Marketing (MDIGM) has been designed to fulfill the needs of the high growth market of the Web2.0.

This program, entirely taught in English, will bring you more than the knowledge required to perform well in this industry.

The MDIGM will guide you to acquire the specific mindset to adapt in this daily evolving environment. The theoretical basis taught by highly qualified faculty will be supplemented by practical learning through fieldtrips, lectures, internships and individual projects thanks to several partnerships with renowned companies.

Future graduates will thus be prepared for a wide range of career opportunities, aimed at both general and niche positions such as:

- Online Marketing Manager
- Community Manager
- Webmaster/Web Content Manager
- Web Designer
- Online Marketing Director
- Online Promotions Manager
- Online/Interactive Media Buyer
- Online/Interactive Media Planner, etc…

For more information: http://www.monaco.edu/masters/master-digital-marketing.cfm or contact our Admissions dept at admissions@monaco.edu

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Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM? http://asiancorrespondent.com/79748/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79748/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium/#comments Mon, 02 Apr 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79748/why-a-master-in-luxury-hospitality-and-event-management-at-ium/ Why a Master in Luxury Hospitality and Event Management at IUM?

A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.


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A word from Bertrand Petyt, Professor of Team & Organizational Management, and Operations Management

“The Luxury Hospitality industry worldwide is changing fast, adapting to the current trend of high professionalization of its business model; as a result, the need for supervisors and managers who not only present a high level of technical expertise, but also possess a comprehensive formal strategic understanding of management tools and techniques, is rising fast. The IUM has responded to this growing need for highly qualified staff with a comprehensive Master program which intend is to provide students with a strong and focused strategic understanding of the hospitality, leisure and events business.

Hospitality and Tourism encompasses numerous sub sectors including accommodation and lodging, food and beverage service, tourism, travel and transportation, and event management.

The IUM Master of Luxury Hospitality & Events Management ensures students have a variety of career options. The IUM offers a strong practical and strategic content to prepare students for supervisory positions in the leisure industry.

A combination of hands-on skills acquired through experience, with university courses provided by our Master program, make a highly employable individual. As such, our Master program will focus primarily on areas of administration and management, providing students with the strategic understanding required to grow as an effective manager in the hospitality and tourism industry.”

Bertrand Petyt is currently Hotel Director on the 6-star cruise vessels of Silversea Cruises, voted the Best Ultra-Luxury cruise line 9 years in a row. Bertrand comes from a hotel background, having worked for many years in several operational management positions for the Sofitel and Novotel brands in the United States and then as Corporate Fleet HR & Training Manager for Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Bertrand then took over the position of Business Development Manager for V.Hospitality, a Monte-Carlo based division of the V.Ships Group, the largest ship management company in the world with more than 1,000 vessels under its care; in this position, Bertrand managed the V.Hospitality team and oversaw the recruitment, training and consulting services of V.Hospitality. In such capacity, Bertrand worked very closely with hotels and cruise vessels in defining and implementing their Human Resources, Operational Standards, Recruitment, Brand Development and Training strategies.

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2nd Model United Nations (MUN) in Monaco http://asiancorrespondent.com/79750/2nd-model-united-nations-mun-in-monaco/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79750/2nd-model-united-nations-mun-in-monaco/#comments Wed, 28 Mar 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79750/2nd-model-united-nations-mun-in-monaco/ 2nd Model United Nations (MUN) in Monaco

Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: "Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world."

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that "access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights".

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

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For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu


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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: “Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world.”

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that “access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights”.

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

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For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu

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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: "Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world."

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that "access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights".

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu


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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: “Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world.”

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that “access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights”.

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu

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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: "Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world."

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that "access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights".

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu


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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: “Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world.”

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that “access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights”.

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu

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Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: "Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world."

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that "access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights".

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu


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2nd Model United Nations (MUN) in Monaco

Under the High Patronage of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco

On April 13, 2012, the International University of Monaco (IUM) is organizing the second Model United Nations in Monaco under the supervision of Mr. JP Bugada from the United Nations Regional Information Center.

The MUN is a simulation game aiming to educate students about current world events, geopolitical challenges and multilateral diplomacy.

The topic under debate this year concerns access to safe water.

At the World Summit on Sustainable Development in 2002, Nelson Mandela declared: “Among the many things I learnt as a president, was the centrality of water in the social, political and economic affairs of the country, the continent and the world.”

Moreover, on July 28, 2010, the General Assembly of the UN has declared that “access to safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights”.

Students will discuss means to tackle the crucial issue of access to water during this one-day simulation of a UN conference.

Observers from international organizations and NGOs will evaluate delegations’ respect for United Nations protocol and behavior, diplomacy, and negotiation skills, and will choose the winning team.

http://munmonaco.blogspot.com

For further information about this event, please send us an email at mun@monaco.edu

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CHINA’S GEOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STRATEGY http://asiancorrespondent.com/79782/chinas-geopolitical-and-economic-strategy-2/ http://asiancorrespondent.com/79782/chinas-geopolitical-and-economic-strategy-2/#comments Mon, 26 Mar 2012 15:00:00 +0000 http://asiancorrespondent.com/79782/chinas-geopolitical-and-economic-strategy-2/ CHINA’S GEOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STRATEGY

The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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CHINA’S GEOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STRATEGY

The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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CHINA’S GEOPOLITICAL AND ECONOMIC STRATEGY

The International University of Monaco hosts a conference on

China’s geopolitical and economic strategy

on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012 at 6pm. room 20

While entrance is free, we kindly ask you to register to Prof. Damyana Bakardzhieva at dbakardzhieva@monaco.edu

Antoine Brunet and Jean-Paul Guichard are the authors of La visée hégémonique de la Chine (China’s hegemony conquest), published in January 2011 by L’Harmattan. The book was awarded an honor distinction at the 2012 Financial Economics book of the year “Turgot” award.

Antoine Brunet has more than 35 years experience as Chief Market Economist at Crédit Lyonnais, CCF and HSBC (Paris).

Since 2007 he is the owner and manager of AB Marchés – a consultancy firm providing market analysis to institutional clients with a focus on China, emerging markets and raw materials. He has regularly provided his expertise to the Banque de France, European Central Bank, as well as numerous media outlets in France.

He has degrees in mathematics, statistics and economics, and has taught monetary economics for 15 years at the University of Nice.

Jean-Paul Guichard is Professor Emeritus of economics at the University of Nice, where he has been teaching for more than 30 years.

He is also Director of Center for cooperation with the Eastern countries, which manages numerous academic cooperation and exchange programs on behalf of the European Commission. His research focuses mainly on transition economies, European integration and international economics topics.

He is consultant for the European Investment Bank since 2007 and has a Jean Monnet Chair of the European Commission since 2008.

The speakers will present the mercantilist trade theory and its role in the biggest world economic crises (including the 2008 world financial crisis). They will describe the two most distinct characteristics of contamporaneous China – the totalitarian regime and the conquering mercantilist strategy – as tools for its ultimate hegemony goal. Finally, they will demonstrate how China is transforming its trade dominance into a geopolitical dominance.

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The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35


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Launch of the Master in Sustainable Development

The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35

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The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35


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Launch of the Master in Sustainable Development

The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35

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The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35


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Launch of the Master in Sustainable Development

The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35

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The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35


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Launch of the Master in Sustainable Development

The International University of Monaco celebrates the launch of its newest program – the Master in Sustainable Development – by joining the United Nations’ Higher Education Sustainability Initiative.

On the occasion of the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 (Rio+20) the Dean, Dr. Patras, signed the Declaration committing to support the following actions:

- Teach sustainable development concepts, ensuring that they form a part of the core curriculum across all disciplines so that future higher education graduates develop skills necessary to enter sustainable development workforces and have an explicit understanding of how to achieve a society that values people, the planet and profits in a manner that respects the finite resource boundaries of the earth. Higher Education Institutions are also encouraged to provide sustainability training to professionals and practitioners;

- Encourage research on sustainable development issues, to improve scientific understanding through exchanges of scientific and technological knowledge, enhancing the development, adaptation, diffusion and transfer of knowledge, including new and innovative technologies.

- Green our campuses by: i) reducing the environmental footprint through energy, water and material resource efficiencies in our buildings and facilities; ii) adopting sustainable procurement practices in our supply chains and catering services; iii) providing sustainable mobility options for students and faculty; iv) adopting effective programmes for waste minimization, recycling and reuse, and v) encouraging more sustainable lifestyles.

- Support sustainability efforts in the communities in which we reside, working with local authorities and civil society to foster more liveable, resource-efficient communities that are socially inclusive and have small environmental footprints.

- Engage with and share results through international frameworks, such as the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, led by UNESCO, the UN University system, the UN Academic Impact, the Global Compact, the UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education initiative and the UN Environment Programme’s Environmental Education and Training initiatives, in order to exchange knowledge and experiences and to report regularly on progress and challenges.

The Higher Education Sustainability Initiative is organized by:

You can find more information about the initiative on:

http://www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.php?page=view&nr=341&type=12&menu=35

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Reported by Maria Azar, MBA student

This January, students said goodbye to their textbooks as they embarked on a trip down luxury lane in Milan, Italy. The four-day trip, organized by Annalisa Tarquini, Director of IUM’s Master in Luxury Goods and Services program, took students inside the world of luxury goods and services as they met and toured with a variety of key industry players.

The first stop was the offices of Aqua Di Parma, the prestigious Italian fragrance and skincare brand. Marketing Director, Paola Paganini, spoke about the history of the brand and the detailed craftsmanship required to create the products inside the famous bright yellow boxes. HR Director, Marco Ronchi, also spoke to students about the Company’s continued growth plan and possible career options and opportunities. In the afternoon students got a sneak peek of what happens behind the scenes at one of the world’s leading international fashion houses, Louis Vuitton. During a private store tour, they got the inside story on what it really takes to succeed in the luxury retail industry. Tours began downstairs in bags and accessories and continued upstairs into woman’s haute couture. Giorgio Gabellotti, Store Manager, described the variety of training processes, responsibilities and career options available in retail management.

From haute couture to haute cuisine, groups gathered in the evening to wine and dine at some of Milan’s most famed restaurants including Armani’s Nobu and Dolce and Gabanna’s Gold Restraurant.

The following morning began with a presentation at the Italian headquarters for Richemont, a leading luxury goods holding company known primarily for its ownership of several fine jewelry, watch and pen companies. Caffeinated long nights spent studying at IUM paid-off as students’ successfully answered a variety of questions on the luxury industry posed by HR Director Jean-Pierre Blaison’s during his company presentation.

Some afternoon free time gave students the opportunity to tour the sites, stroll downtown and visit shops. Aching feet and tired wallets didn’t stop this group from enjoying the evening as they joined to mingle amongst Milan’s well-healed at the posh Bulgari hotel. Students sipped swanky “aperitivos” while networking with IUM professors, mentors and other individuals from the luxury goods industry.

Day three began with a presentation on “The Role of Marketing in Fashion and Luxury Space” by the consulting firm Bain & Company. Fulvio Peppucci, a Principal at the firm, described the diverse marketing positions available at several major fashion houses and explained how the growing ecommerce trend is changing the way company’s structure their marketing departments. Next, the group learned the history behind Bottega Veneta, the company responsible for making the bags seen on every girl’s wish list. Silvia Marchi, HR Manager at BV, explained how the company has managed to maintain a strong brand identity even after its acquisition by the French conglomerate group PPR. She attributes this strong identity to the Company’s most valuable resource: its artisans. Bottega Veneta, meaning the “Venetian atelier” recognizes the importance of finding and educating the best artisans to produce high-quality, handmade, leather goods.

In the afternoon, Paolo Mascio, Commercial Director for retailer, Yoox.com, took students inside the world of an online fashion retailer. He focused on the important role that ecommerce is playing in changing the way the luxury industry operates.

Thanks to Italy’s sinful cappuccinos students managed to stay alert for one more presentation. Cyndi Ceglia, Training Manager at the iconic Salvatore Ferragamo, presented a brief history of the company, its founder and values. Similar to the discussion held with Bottega earlier in the day, Ms. Ceglia emphasized the significance Italian craftsmanship plays in the long-term success and reputation of the company.

The final day of the trip began at the headquarters of Ermenegildo Zegna, where Filippo Cavalli, Licensing Manager, highlighted the important role licensing has played in the growth of Zegna throughout the years. Finding the right partners to work with for licensing new products is imperative to Zegna’s reputation and its distinctive elegance. The presentation was followed by a tour of the modern offices and showroom with HR Manager, Francesca Albera.

After meeting with various companies and individuals in the luxury industry, students had the opportunity to learn how to use these contacts and the information learned to help land their dream jobs. The group held its final meeting with Enza Stagni, Headhunter at Eurosearch, who discussed productive techniques for job search, interviews and networking.

A trip is not complete without some champagne and cake. To celebrate Annalisa Tarquini’s birthday and thank her for her outstanding job organizing the trip, the group gathered at Eats restaurant at the new Excelsior Concept Store in the heart of Milan and devoured the Italian torta ripiena frutta specially ordered for the occasion. Spending time in the fashion capital of the world was inspirational, educational and most importantly fun thanks to an outstanding group of students and wonderful group leader.

A video of the trip done by Lina Gantar: http://vimeo.com/36296421


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Study Trip to Milan for the Master and MBA in Luxury

Reported by Maria Azar, MBA student

This January, students said goodbye to their textbooks as they embarked on a trip down luxury lane in Milan, Italy. The four-day trip, organized by Annalisa Tarquini, Director of IUM’s Master in Luxury Goods and Services program, took students inside the world of luxury goods and services as they met and toured with a variety of key industry players.

The first stop was the offices of Aqua Di Parma, the prestigious Italian fragrance and skincare brand. Marketing Director, Paola Paganini, spoke about the history of the brand and the detailed craftsmanship required to create the products inside the famous bright yellow boxes. HR Director, Marco Ronchi, also spoke to students about the Company’s continued growth plan and possible career options and opportunities. In the afternoon students got a sneak peek of what happens behind the scenes at one of the world’s leading international fashion houses, Louis Vuitton. During a private store tour, they got the inside story on what it really takes to succeed in the luxury retail industry. Tours began downstairs in bags and accessories and continued upstairs into woman’s haute couture. Giorgio Gabellotti, Store Manager, described the variety of training processes, responsibilities and career options available in retail management.

From haute couture to haute cuisine, groups gathered in the evening to wine and dine at some of Milan’s most famed restaurants including Armani’s Nobu and Dolce and Gabanna’s Gold Restraurant.

The following morning began with a presentation at the Italian headquarters for Richemont, a leading luxury goods holding company known primarily for its ownership of several fine jewelry, watch and pen companies. Caffeinated long nights spent studying at IUM paid-off as students’ successfully answered a variety of questions on the luxury industry posed by HR Director Jean-Pierre Blaison’s during his company presentation.

Some afternoon free time gave students the opportunity to tour the sites, stroll downtown and visit shops. Aching feet and tired wallets didn’t stop this group from enjoying the evening as they joined to mingle amongst Milan’s well-healed at the posh Bulgari hotel. Students sipped swanky “aperitivos” while networking with IUM professors, mentors and other individuals from the luxury goods industry.

Day three began with a presentation on “The Role of Marketing in Fashion and Luxury Space” by the consulting firm Bain & Company. Fulvio Peppucci, a Principal at the firm, described the diverse marketing positions available at several major fashion houses and explained how the growing ecommerce trend is changing the way company’s structure their marketing departments. Next, the group learned the history behind Bottega Veneta, the company responsible for making the bags seen on every girl’s wish list. Silvia Marchi, HR Manager at BV, explained how the company has managed to maintain a strong brand identity even after its acquisition by the French conglomerate group PPR. She attributes this strong identity to the Company’s most valuable resource: its artisans. Bottega Veneta, meaning the “Venetian atelier” recognizes the importance of finding and educating the best artisans to produce high-quality, handmade, leather goods.

In the afternoon, Paolo Mascio, Commercial Director for retailer, Yoox.com, took students inside the world of an online fashion retailer. He focused on the important role that ecommerce is playing in changing the way the luxury industry operates.

Thanks to Italy’s sinful cappuccinos students managed to stay alert for one more presentation. Cyndi Ceglia, Training Manager at the iconic Salvatore Ferragamo, presented a brief history of the company, its founder and values. Similar to the discussion held with Bottega earlier in the day, Ms. Ceglia emphasized the significance Italian craftsmanship plays in the long-term success and reputation of the company.

The final day of the trip began at the headquarters of Ermenegildo Zegna, where Filippo Cavalli, Licensing Manager, highlighted the important role licensing has played in the growth of Zegna throughout the years. Finding the right partners to work with for licensing new products is imperative to Zegna’s reputation and its distinctive elegance. The presentation was followed by a tour of the modern offices and showroom with HR Manager, Francesca Albera.

After meeting with various companies and individuals in the luxury industry, students had the opportunity to learn how to use these contacts and the information learned to help land their dream jobs. The group held its final meeting with Enza Stagni, Headhunter at Eurosearch, who discussed productive techniques for job search, interviews and networking.

A trip is not complete without some champagne and cake. To celebrate Annalisa Tarquini’s birthday and thank her for her outstanding job organizing the trip, the group gathered at Eats restaurant at the new Excelsior Concept Store in the heart of Milan and devoured the Italian torta ripiena frutta specially ordered for the occasion. Spending time in the fashion capital of the world was inspirational, educational and most importantly fun thanks to an outstanding group of students and wonderful group leader.

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Reporting from London, professor Moïse LOUISY-LOUIS

In this Olympic year, London most likely represents the apex in the career of an athlete. In addition to athletic performance, London also hosts some of the world’s leading experts in the sports industry. This fact could not be ignored by IUM students enrolled in the Master in Sustainable Peace through Sport (MSPS) and in the Master in Sport Business Management (MSBM) who met some of these experts while on a 3-day trip to London (from January 22 to 25) to bridge course material discussed in class and practical experience.

Students met Mrs. Lyz Twyford, Manager of the UNICEF’s programme International Inspiration. As part of its pledge to deliver on the Games’ bid promise to “reach young people all over the world and connect them with the inspirational power of the Games,” UK authorities including the British Council and UK Sport have teamed with UNICEF to give some 12 million children the opportunity to participate in sport, physical education and play. Mrs. Twyford explained that by first building a relationship with Education Ministries, the programme allowed training of 79,000 teachers, coaches and young leaders. In addition, students learned that funding, a rigorous budget and having the right partners are essential to ensure the continuity of this initiative beyond the Games year. The below picture shows students along with Liz at UNICEF’s London headquarters.

Students also met with Michael de Giorgio, Founder of Greenhouse Charity, an organization that seeks to use sport as a catalyst to help underprivileged teenagers. Greenhouse identifies schools whose sports facilities are underused and offers them to work with inspirational coaches. In addition to various sports (football, basketball, table tennis, etc…), the organization relies on dance and drama activities to have kids truly involved (this also reflects the founder’s view that sports is not the only way). As explained by Mr. de Giorgio, an important characteristic of Greenhouse is that it seeks to make a deep impact in the lives of young participants. As such, coaches must be technical experts but also social workers and interact with participants on average three times per week during sessions that last one to two hours. Michael’s exchange with students was very inspirational as he stressed the importance of having a strategy, the right people in the organization and being effective regardless of whether an organization pursues altruistic or for-profit motives.

On day two, students went to Octagon’s London headquarter to meet the founder of the world’s “2nd largest” sports marketing and agency firm, Mr. Clifford Bloxham, along with his colleague, Mrs. Philippa Gamble. Now part of the InterPublic Group, Octagon is known for its agency services (Octagon has (or is) represented(ing) top athletes including Michael Phelps, multiple Olympian champion swimmer, tennis stars such as Martina Hingis, Anna Kournikova, star rugby player, Jason Robinson, and many more …), its marketing and communications services (Octagon represents for instance global brands or Olympic Games official sponsors such as Visa or HSBC), and its rights representation services. The firm has locations worldwide especially in the US where it represents mostly NFL or NBA players. During the presentation, our hosts, Clifford and Philippa, described the firm’s vision, business approach and its client-relationship philosophy. Students particularly enjoyed the anecdotes and the party analysis (i.e. the location of participants in the party is quite important). Mr. Bloxham’s emphasis on the importance of effectiveness and communication skills for those seeking to enter and grow in the sports industry concluded the fruitful discussion. It was a great satisfaction to hear practitioners and recruiters stress those skills which echo and reinforce professors’ recommendations given in the classroom.

Lastly, students met with Mr. Nick Keller, Founder of Beyond Sport, “an entrepreneurial network of brands and businesses specializing in the development of sport, entertainment and social properties.” As such, the organization designs and manages events, business summits or networking events and runs innovative Awards programmes as a means of identifying and rewarding the best sport-related community initiatives. Beyond Sport is organized around three key activities: philanthropy (essentially from the New York office), sport business (London), and Sport for Development Programs or SDP (Johannesburg). The group was quickly captivated by Nick’s energy and passion about his business and the sports world in general. Mr. Keller, a former rugby player and later sport agent, insisted on the need for organizations, whether for-profit or non-for-profit, to be effective. Mr. Keller sees the sports industry with the eyes of a businessman and as such is rigorous, realistic and recognizes the importance of a solid network. These qualities have certainly helped the organization to successfully launch Beyond Sport United, the first initiative that has seen all five big US league team up (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and MLS).

Students have shown great enthusiasm and satisfaction during this trip to London. Not only they have interacted with individuals who have exhibited expertise and charisma but they have learned or strengthened important elements relating to their studies. For instance, several of their hosts have put emphasis on the notion of effectiveness (despite being altruistic, the worlds of peace and sport require organizations to be rigorous in order to achieve corporate goals; as such competency is highly valued).

We would like to sincerely thank all of those who have directly or indirectly contributed to this trip: Antonella (IUM), Joël, Yann, Mélanie (Peace and Sport), Maurizio (Interlaw Monaco), Liz (UNICEF), Michael (Greenhouse), Clifford, Philippa (Octagon), Nick (Beyond Sports) and John (INSEEC Group in London). We would like also to address special thanks and thumbs-up to Alexandra (Beyond Sport) for her time and energy.


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IUM students go to the Olympics

Reporting from London, professor Moïse LOUISY-LOUIS

In this Olympic year, London most likely represents the apex in the career of an athlete. In addition to athletic performance, London also hosts some of the world’s leading experts in the sports industry. This fact could not be ignored by IUM students enrolled in the Master in Sustainable Peace through Sport (MSPS) and in the Master in Sport Business Management (MSBM) who met some of these experts while on a 3-day trip to London (from January 22 to 25) to bridge course material discussed in class and practical experience.

Students met Mrs. Lyz Twyford, Manager of the UNICEF’s programme International Inspiration. As part of its pledge to deliver on the Games’ bid promise to “reach young people all over the world and connect them with the inspirational power of the Games,” UK authorities including the British Council and UK Sport have teamed with UNICEF to give some 12 million children the opportunity to participate in sport, physical education and play. Mrs. Twyford explained that by first building a relationship with Education Ministries, the programme allowed training of 79,000 teachers, coaches and young leaders. In addition, students learned that funding, a rigorous budget and having the right partners are essential to ensure the continuity of this initiative beyond the Games year. The below picture shows students along with Liz at UNICEF’s London headquarters.

Students also met with Michael de Giorgio, Founder of Greenhouse Charity, an organization that seeks to use sport as a catalyst to help underprivileged teenagers. Greenhouse identifies schools whose sports facilities are underused and offers them to work with inspirational coaches. In addition to various sports (football, basketball, table tennis, etc…), the organization relies on dance and drama activities to have kids truly involved (this also reflects the founder’s view that sports is not the only way). As explained by Mr. de Giorgio, an important characteristic of Greenhouse is that it seeks to make a deep impact in the lives of young participants. As such, coaches must be technical experts but also social workers and interact with participants on average three times per week during sessions that last one to two hours. Michael’s exchange with students was very inspirational as he stressed the importance of having a strategy, the right people in the organization and being effective regardless of whether an organization pursues altruistic or for-profit motives.

On day two, students went to Octagon’s London headquarter to meet the founder of the world’s “2nd largest” sports marketing and agency firm, Mr. Clifford Bloxham, along with his colleague, Mrs. Philippa Gamble. Now part of the InterPublic Group, Octagon is known for its agency services (Octagon has (or is) represented(ing) top athletes including Michael Phelps, multiple Olympian champion swimmer, tennis stars such as Martina Hingis, Anna Kournikova, star rugby player, Jason Robinson, and many more …), its marketing and communications services (Octagon represents for instance global brands or Olympic Games official sponsors such as Visa or HSBC), and its rights representation services. The firm has locations worldwide especially in the US where it represents mostly NFL or NBA players. During the presentation, our hosts, Clifford and Philippa, described the firm’s vision, business approach and its client-relationship philosophy. Students particularly enjoyed the anecdotes and the party analysis (i.e. the location of participants in the party is quite important). Mr. Bloxham’s emphasis on the importance of effectiveness and communication skills for those seeking to enter and grow in the sports industry concluded the fruitful discussion. It was a great satisfaction to hear practitioners and recruiters stress those skills which echo and reinforce professors’ recommendations given in the classroom.

Lastly, students met with Mr. Nick Keller, Founder of Beyond Sport, “an entrepreneurial network of brands and businesses specializing in the development of sport, entertainment and social properties.” As such, the organization designs and manages events, business summits or networking events and runs innovative Awards programmes as a means of identifying and rewarding the best sport-related community initiatives. Beyond Sport is organized around three key activities: philanthropy (essentially from the New York office), sport business (London), and Sport for Development Programs or SDP (Johannesburg). The group was quickly captivated by Nick’s energy and passion about his business and the sports world in general. Mr. Keller, a former rugby player and later sport agent, insisted on the need for organizations, whether for-profit or non-for-profit, to be effective. Mr. Keller sees the sports industry with the eyes of a businessman and as such is rigorous, realistic and recognizes the importance of a solid network. These qualities have certainly helped the organization to successfully launch Beyond Sport United, the first initiative that has seen all five big US league team up (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and MLS).

Students have shown great enthusiasm and satisfaction during this trip to London. Not only they have interacted with individuals who have exhibited expertise and charisma but they have learned or strengthened important elements relating to their studies. For instance, several of their hosts have put emphasis on the notion of effectiveness (despite being altruistic, the worlds of peace and sport require organizations to be rigorous in order to achieve corporate goals; as such competency is highly valued).

We would like to sincerely thank all of those who have directly or indirectly contributed to this trip: Antonella (IUM), Joël, Yann, Mélanie (Peace and Sport), Maurizio (Interlaw Monaco), Liz (UNICEF), Michael (Greenhouse), Clifford, Philippa (Octagon), Nick (Beyond Sports) and John (INSEEC Group in London). We would like also to address special thanks and thumbs-up to Alexandra (Beyond Sport) for her time and energy.

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Reported by Dr. Marie-José Rinaldi, Director of the Master in International Business program.

At the end of January 2012, the 2011-2012 cohort of the Master in International Business and Global Affairs (MIBGA) went for a study trip to Brussels; they visited different European institutions, such as the European Economic and Social Committee, as well as the European Commission and the European Parliament.

On Monday January 30, Mr. Jean-Pierre Faure, from the Single Market Observatory, introduced students to the role of the European Economic and Social Committee, which represents the various economic, social and civic players of civil society and is consulted on many issues by the European Commission, Parliament and Council. Then they visited the European Parliament, also called the “Voice of the People” since its members are directly elected by populations, which is one of the two decision-making bodies of the EU.

On Tuesday morning, Mibga students attended a conference on “Solidarity and austerity: the 2012 state of the European Union”, organized by the Brussels Think Tank Dialogue, with many key note speakers, analysts and EU experts, who delivered an interesting insight into the current crisis affecting many European countries. In the afternoon, they were welcomed by another EU expert, Mr. Jo Vandercappellen, at the European Commission, who made a remarkable analysis of the evolution of the European decision-making system and competences throughout the years.

Students were thus able to improve their knowledge and their understanding of the EU integration process, through concrete examples and explanations on the roles of the different institutions and through discussions on possible solutions to the current crisis; they also received valuable information on internship possibilities and recruitment campaigns. But of course, they did not forget to enjoy Brussels’ magnificent Grand-Place, its good cooking and famous chocolates and beers!


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STUDY TRIP -for the Master in International Business

Reported by Dr. Marie-José Rinaldi, Director of the Master in International Business program.

At the end of January 2012, the 2011-2012 cohort of the Master in International Business and Global Affairs (MIBGA) went for a study trip to Brussels; they visited different European institutions, such as the European Economic and Social Committee, as well as the European Commission and the European Parliament.

On Monday January 30, Mr. Jean-Pierre Faure, from the Single Market Observatory, introduced students to the role of the European Economic and Social Committee, which represents the various economic, social and civic players of civil society and is consulted on many issues by the European Commission, Parliament and Council. Then they visited the European Parliament, also called the “Voice of the People” since its members are directly elected by populations, which is one of the two decision-making bodies of the EU.

On Tuesday morning, Mibga students attended a conference on “Solidarity and austerity: the 2012 state of the European Union”, organized by the Brussels Think Tank Dialogue, with many key note speakers, analysts and EU experts, who delivered an interesting insight into the current crisis affecting many European countries. In the afternoon, they were welcomed by another EU expert, Mr. Jo Vandercappellen, at the European Commission, who made a remarkable analysis of the evolution of the European decision-making system and competences throughout the years.

Students were thus able to improve their knowledge and their understanding of the EU integration process, through concrete examples and explanations on the roles of the different institutions and through discussions on possible solutions to the current crisis; they also received valuable information on internship possibilities and recruitment campaigns. But of course, they did not forget to enjoy Brussels’ magnificent Grand-Place, its good cooking and famous chocolates and beers!

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