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When the MSc in Luxury Management & Marketing students meet top level professionals

In the past month the MSc in Luxury Management & Marketing cohort of 2012-2014 had the opportunity to meet industry experts during various events. 

On February 21st 2013, students of the programme had the great pleasure of meeting Mathieu Delmas, Sales Area Manager at Piaget, and Alexandre Nicolau, a soon to be alumnus of the MSc in Luxury Management & Marketing, who just finished his internship with Roger Dubuis.  This presentation was part of a series of five LMM Expert Panels and took place in Lausanne at the EHL campus.

During an entire afternoon, Mr. Delmas and Mr. Nicolau, talked about their work environment in the luxury watch making business, their professional experience as well as their passion for the industry.  Students discovered many aspects of this field of expertise thanks to an enriching conversation and enlightening exchange. Furthermore, as a future alumnus of the programme, Mr. Nicolau was able to give students valuable information on their next trip to Shanghai and provided them with personal advice on how to find an internship after finishing the academic part of the master.

On March 8th 2013, the MSc in Luxury Management & Marketing participants went on to meet an EMLYON alumnus working in one of the most famous private banks in Switzerland.  Thanks to a refined presentation of the business, students were able to discover new tracks of the luxury industry.

On March 15th 2013, the cohort of 2012-2014 was introduced to the house of Adler, an internationally renowned family business in the luxurious jewelry industry.  The students had the unique opportunity to dive deep into the atmosphere and get a detailed presentation of this fine art and company.

Alexandre Nicolau (second to the left) and three students of the programme:

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