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Interview: Paola Cillo

Luxury brands looking towards large multinational companies for top managers

Associate Professor Paola Cillo

In luxury brand management, experiences are everything. This starts with luxurious shops and attentive sales assistants, involves personalized products and visual icons and leads to creating an exclusive circle of clients that draws customers like moths to the light.

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Interview: Karsten Knorr

The Epitome of Working Globally

Image: Karsten Knorr of Coboat

What will the future of work look like? Scientists and business school professors alike have been exploring this question for decades. Most agree that it will be more global, flexible and independent than our current work places. And some have embraced this future notion already: These so called digital nomads share co-working spaces across the world working from Thailand one month and from Italy the next.

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