Professional advertising regulation setter Mr Joseph Besnaïnou was invited to come to our university by our communication and advertising teacher Mrs Jauffret, on the 6th of February 2013. His talk was mainly about the importance of rules and regulations in the advertising field. Mr Besnaïnou started with the theoretical part explaining the main principles of…
by Chase Harden – MBALUX 2012
At the end of March, four luxury students from IUM had the opportunity to visit the Bottega Veneta atelier in Vicenza, Italy.
xe-Bottega-Veneta.jpg »>The trip commenced with an aperitif at the Marc by Marc Jacobs bar in Milano. The group sat outside in the trendy district of Brera alongside MLUX program director, Annalisa Tarquini and several International University of Monaco alumni who now work for Bottega Veneta to discuss working for the Italian luxury house and listen to stories about post-IUM life.
After a lovely evening in the fashion capital, the students boarded an Eastbound train to Vicenza where they had the opportunity to meet with Bottega Veneta human resources managers from around the globe. Alongside several members of the Bottega Veneta team, the students were lead through the pristine production facility where the infamous “intrecciato” leather woven bags are built from scratch. The pride of craftsmanship among all of the artisans, engineers, and designers was inspiring, and emphasized Bottega Veneta’s commitment to quality and discreet luxury.
A quick train ride from Vicenza (after a visit to the Bottega Veneta outlet boutique) brought the students to the beautiful city of Venice, where they spent the night shopping, eating, and wandering along the picturesque canals – a beautiful way to end a memorable and exciting Italian trip.
Reporting from Monaco, IUM professor, Moïse LOUISY-LOUIS A team of 8 IUM students, professors, and friends participated in this year’s edition of the Cursa di Natale (the Italian for Christmas race) which took place on Sunday December 11, Fast Hidradenitis Suppurativa Cure (tm With Free Consultations 2011. The 1,500 participants enjoyed a gorgeous and sunny…
Reported by Dr. Claude Chailan, Director of the Executive MBA Program
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“The Monaco Junior Chamber of Commerce recently presented the awards of its annual competition for new business creation.
The awards were presented in the presence of H.E. Mr Michel Roger, Minister of State, Mr Gildo Pastor Pallanca and Sir Stelios Haji-Ionnou, amongst other well-known figures of the Principality.
Executive MBA Director, Dr Claude Chailan – a long standing member of the jury for this competition represented the International University of Monaco at the event.
IUM has developed close ties with the International Chamber of Commerce and offers an annual series of seminars for participants of the contest, as part of its Executive Education offer.”