L U X U RY S O C I E T Y
MARKET GUIDE
Italy
2011
L U X U RY S O C I E T Y
MARKET GUIDE
Italy
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ITALY
Contents
From Paris to Los Angeles, from London to Bangkok,
from Mauritius to Sydney...
Live a Magnifique life with Sofitel, partner of Luxury Society.
www.sofitel.com
Foreword
5
Country Overview
6
Luxury Society
6
Economy
7
Local Wealth
8
Luxury Market
9
Corporate Members
12
Directory
18
Magazines
18
Websites
19
Advertising, Design & Digital
20
Business Consulting
23
PR & Events
23
Store Design & Architecture
26
Recruitment
27
Business Schools & Universities
28
Creative Schools & Universities
28
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Foreword
The luxury industry has become an increasingly complex and competitive market, in which we are all committed to serving demanding customers and delivering excellence on a daily basis.
To succeed in our mission, it is essential to collaborate with those who share this same quest IRUTXDOLW\7KRVHZKRIRFXVRQGHWDLOVVWULYHIRUSHUIHFWLRQDQGXQGHUVWDQGWKHVSHFL¿FFRGHV
practices and strategies that rule our industry. Ultimately, those professionals who can match a luxury buyer’s demanding set of expectations.
Following our series of LS Local events in Paris, London, Milan, New York, Geneva, Los Angeles, Munich, Moscow, Dubai, Mumbai, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Sao Paulo, we discovered that the search for a PR company, digital agency, distributor or even sourcing personnel, presents a series of challenges for executives entering new markets.
Leveraging the collective knowledge of our vast network and drawing on the insights uncovered around the world, during LS Locals, we have put together a series of regional guides, recommending the best service providers, agencies, consultants and luxury experts that can make a difference to businesses. Those chosen have been included because of their long-­term experience working with OX[XU\EUDQGVDQGDVWURQJUHSXWDWLRQLQWKHLUUHVSHFWLYH¿HOGVRIDFWLYLW\
Our listings are of course, non-­exhaustive, but with more than 20,000 members from 150 countries, we feel we have a front-­row understanding of who does what in our key markets.
If there are companies not included in our listings that we need to know about, please send through details to [email protected] and we will be happy to consider them in future issues of our guides. They will also be featured in our online directory, which currently lists more than 1600 suppliers to luxury brands (www.luxurysociety.com/directory).
We, at Luxury Society, sincerely hope our market guides and directories will enable you to source, Catalogue
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Websites
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select and connect with the partners best placed to make a difference to your business.
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ITALY
LUXURYSOCIETY IN ITALY
ECONOMY
Luxury Society May 2011
1279 Members
1290 Companies
69 Service Providers
1272 COMPANIES SPECIALIZED IN
GDP (total) $2,005 billion
GDP (per capital)
$30,500
Growth
+1.3%
Italy is the world’s eleventh largest industrial economy;; GDP is $2.1 tr. The Italian economy has changed dramatically since the end of World War II;; from an agriculturally based economy it has developed into an Fashion & Accessories
Furniture & Homeware
Travel & Hospitality
Yachting & Boating
Jewelry
Beauty & Wellbeing
Timepieces
Automotive
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Media & Publishing
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& Groups
Art
Aviation
Real Estate
Fine Foods
Architecture & Design
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Lifestyle & Personal Services
Multi Sector Retail
Sports
Wine, Spirits & Cigars
Associations & Non Profit
Education
Consumer Electronics
(14)
industrial state. The country has few natural resources, and most raw materials needed for manufacturing (13)
and more than 80% of the country’s energy are imported.
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industrial north, dominated by private companies, and a less-­developed, welfare-­dependent, agricultural (5)
south, with high unemployment. Italy’s economic growth averaged only 0.8% in the period 2001-­2008;; in 2008 GDP decreased 1.0%, largely due to the global economic crisis and its impact on exports and domestic (16)
demand. 2010 saw a return to growth, with the economy expanding by just over 1%.
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2010 reached close to the record high of 8.6%, with this considerably higher in the agricultural south than 66 SERVICE PROVIDERS EXPERTS IN
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the more prosperous industrial north of the country. While falling in 2011, it remains above 8% making it (3)
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among the highest in the OECD. The Italian economy is affected by a large underground economy -­ worth (2)
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some 15% of Italy’s GDP. This production is not subject, of course, to taxation and thus remains a source of lost revenue to the local and central government. (2)
The Italian government is seeking to rein in government spending, but faces a severe economic constraint: (1)
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2010 due to the costs of servicing Italy’s debt. As a result, ratings agencies Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s (3)
lowered their outlook on Italy mid-­way through 2011.
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ITALY
LOCAL WEALTH
Italian craftsmen argue that their quality and fashion sense offer a competitive edge. 50% of Italian HNWIs are small-­medium entrepreneurs and/or an independent professionals, whilst the other 50% is made up of celebrities and heirs. As a result of the credit crunch, Italian HNWIs pulled back from investing in local stocks Population more than other developed nations, and remained quite bearish on foreign equities. They remain amongst the 58,091,000
most cautious investors. Millionaires (number) 463,000
Millionaires (assets)
Much of Italy’s hidden wealth has been created by successful family business in Italy’s more entrepreneurial $2,140 billion
areas, mostly in Northern regions. This is pushing the foreign companies to try to extend their networks deeper LQWRWKHSURYLQFHV(QWUHSUHQHXUVWHQGWRGLYHUVLI\WKHLUSHUVRQDODVVHWVDPRQJPDQ\¿QDQFLDOLQVWLWXWLRQVZKLOH
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global luxury sales;; domestic demand for Italian luxury goods was estimated to be 40% of total turnover.
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for the development of a true wealth management industry in Italy. Italy’s high wages and costs put its Growth in luxury stores
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Italy is a market driven by automobiles and tourism, known in the luxury industry for a focus on design and artisan production. The industrialised country is home to some of the world’s most famous luxury brands, across a range of subsectors: supercars (Ferrari, Maserati, Lamborghini), fashion (Armani, Prada, Versace, 500k
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emailvision
OVERVIEW
DETAILS
Emailvision is a leader in on-­demand software for online relationship marketing. )RXQGHG
Permanent staff: Over 600
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Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong-­Kong, Israel, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, USA
We power smart email, mobile and social marketing with built-­in customer intelligence, helping luxury brands to engage with fans and loyal customers beyond traditional channels. To make it possible for EUDQGVWRNHHSWKHLUFRPSHWLWLYHHGJHDQGWRSUR¿WIURPQHZUHYHQXH
streams online, we provide excellence in software and integrations with key business applications, while luxury brands possess invaluable information about their customers. With this knowledge, luxury brands are able to develop the most innovative and personalised communications to foster stronger, more enduring relationships, taking full advantage of the unprecedented RSSRUWXQLW\WRUHDFKDXGLHQFHVRQOLQH:LWKRI¿FHVDQGFOLHQWVHUYLFH
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350,000 campaigns every month worldwide.
MANAGEMENT
Nick Heys
Founder and CEO
Nathalie Chaboche
Our work has always been about giving marketers complete control of their online campaigns, without heavy reliance on internal IT, through cutting edge technology. Yet, when it comes to service and support, we take the old-­fashioned approach. Being customer-­focused is one of our core values and our highly responsive and dependable staff work closely with clients to help them achieve their marketing goals.
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Hermès, Mercedes-­Benz, Sandro… just three of over 3,000 clients worldwide.
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EMAILVISION ITALY
Via Borgonuovo 24
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[email protected] www.emailvision.com/luxury
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Knowledge is power.
The Global Blue Dossier is an ethnographic deep dive into the
customers that luxury brands value the most, yet often know
the least: wealthy, upwardly mobile travellers.
‘The Growing Complexity of the Chinese Shopper’ provides
insights and recommendations that will equip you with a
unique, strategic advantage.
We detail the needs and
nuances of the Chinese global
shopper, the most important
and influential customer group
we’ve ever witnessed.
Be first to know. Email us on
[email protected]
and we’ll be in touch.
Global Blue
OVERVIEW
DETAILS
In the age of the globalized economy and emerging markets, boundless travel is a fact of life and the East is rising. The world is changing and every business needs to answer the same questions. Who are tomorrow’s customers? How do you reach them? How should you speak to them? How do you give them the service they want? )RXQGHG
Employees: 1200 The world’s fastest growing economies are changing the face of wealth, and all of us, from big businesses to boutique brands, are entering a new age where the customers we value the most are the people we know the least.
Every retail and hospitality business will need to engage and delight a new kind of customer, bringing unprecedented opportunity for growth from global shoppers – the world’s most valuable customers. Every business needs them, one company knows them.
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Blue has been guiding tomorrow’s customers for the last 30 years. Today we serve in excess of 60,000 global shoppers each and every day – 1 every 1.5 second in 40 countries on 5 continents. Global Blue offers them all the services they need to shop and spend wisely when travelling in foreign countries.
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hotels, and help them to maximise their share of business from the lucrative global shopper market.
Global Blue’s range of services includes VAT/GST refunds, dynamic currency conversion, front-­line staff training and education, marketing services in the global shoppers’ countries of origin and at destination, POS and retail technologies, as well as intelligence and consultancy services.
Bespoke
reports
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reviews
MANAGEMENT
Manelik Sfez VP Partner & Corporate Marketing
Marie Bergfelt Senior Manager, Corporate Communications CONTACT
GLOBAL BLUE
Via Carlo Noe, 33
21013 Gallarate (VA)
Italy
www.global-­blue.com/corporate
[email protected]­blue.com
Quarterly
briefings
www.global-blue.com/corporate
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Ipolitis & Hubertus SA
IPOLITIS
OVERVIEW
DETAILS
OUR SERVICES
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Worldwide presence: a global activity with operations in Europe especially in Italy, France, United Kingdom and Switzerland
Ipolitis & Hubertus provides strategic advisory for aspirational brands, high-­end manufacturers and luxury goods retailers taking into account market demand, direct competition and new product offer. ŀ ,SROLWLV +XEHUWXV GHYHORSV 6WUDWHJ\ FRQFHSWV DURXQG YHUWLFDO
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requirements: respect of family values in company transmissions;; preservation of brand identity in strategic development projects;; ensuring a reliable and relevant partner in sale processes;; improving brand recognition and market position, through internal and/or external growth.
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Ipolitis & Hubertus is fully dedicated to luxury goods industry. Our experience in luxury brand management, knowledge of strategic trends and sensitivity in intangible assets, have provided us with an appropriate understanding of luxury companies & owners values.
CONTACT
IPOLITIS & HUBERTUS SA
Our expertise covers the key segments of luxury, such as:
1. Diamonds, Jewellery, Watches and Writing Instruments
2. Haute couture, Ready-­to-­wear, Leather goods & Fashion Accessories 3. Wines and Spirits
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Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Rue Robert Céard 6
Geneva
Bahnhofstrasse 40
Zurich
Maximilianstrasse 25
Munich
Marktgasse 19
Bern
Winter 2011 I Retail Advisor
Spring 2005 I Retail Advisor
Autumn 2010 I Retail Advisor
Spring 2011 I Retail Advisor
Store Acquisition
Strategic Advisory
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Athens, Budapest,
Düsseldorf, Kolonaki,
Munich, Stockholm, Warsaw
Bahnhofstrasse 28a
Zurich
Rue du Rhône 47, Geneva
Bahnhofstrasse 39, Zurich
Kampen/Sylt,
Kitzbühel, Zermatt
2006-2009 I Retail Consultant
Autumn 2010 I Retail Advisor
Spring 2006 I Retail Advisor
Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor
Location Luxury
OVERVIEW
DETAILS
Location Luxury is a retail property consultant and developer particularly for luxury labels and prestige brands. It is part of the Location Group, which was started up by Marc-­Christian Riebe. Location is one of the most crucial success factors for high value brands and it turns the boutique into the business card of the luxury labels. The demand of prestigious brands for suitable premises in the prime ORFDWLRQVGRHVKRZHYHUVLJQL¿FDQWO\H[FHHGVXSSO\
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The 25 specialists of Location Group offer retailers and owners of retail properties the necessary know-­how in the expansion and the economic assessment of retail locations.
MANAGEMENT
Marc-­Christian Riebe CEO, Founder Our services
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Store Letting
via Serlas 26
St. Moritz
Kuttelgasse 17
Zurich
Rue du Rhône 62
Geneva
Rue du Rhône 80-82
Geneva
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Summer 2009 I Retail Advisor
Spring 2011 I Retail Advisor
Summer 2008 I Landlord Advisor
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Brunello Cucinelli, Chopard, Escada, Fogal, Hugo Boss, Jet Set, Gucci, Hermès, Jimmy Choo, Ladurée, Les Ambassadeurs, Loro Piana, Louis Vuitton, Moncler, Piaget and many others. LOCATION LUXURY
Location Consulting
Store Acquisition
Promenade
Gstaad
Summer2012 I Retail Advisor
Löwenstrasse 43 CH-­8021 Zürich Switzerland [email protected]
www.location.ch
Store Acquisition
Store Acquisition
Amsterdam, Antwerp,
Brussels, Copenhagen,
Geneva, Ginza, Lugano,
Manhasset, Miami,
Vienna, Zermatt
2009-2011 I Retail Consultant
CONTACT
Bahnhofstrasse 38
Zurich
Summer 2011 I Retail Advisor
locationluxury
Location Luxury Ltd. I Löwenstrasse 43 I CH-8001 Zürich I Tel.: +41/44/225 95 00 I www.location.ch
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MY LIFESSTYLE
ww.mylifestyle.it
[email protected]
AVION LUXURY
Lecco
www.avionluxury.com
Milan
www.bealux.com
Prato
ww.caprimagazine.com
CIRCLE
Milan
www.circleluxurymag.com
FIRENZE
Prato
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Sanremo
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Sesto Calende
www.lakethemagazine.com
Monza
www.lifestylemagazine.it
Milan
www.luxos.com
Rome
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Milan
www.luxurymagazine.it
BEALUX
CAPRI MAGAZINE
GLOW MAGAZINE
LAKE THE MAGAZINE
LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE
LUXOS
LUXURY FILES
LUXURY MAGAZINE
[email protected]
POSH
WORLD & PLEASURE
Milano
www.posh.it
Rome
www.wap-­mag.com
[email protected] uniquemedia.it
[email protected]­mag.com
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LUUK MAGAZINE
Milan
www.luukmagazine.com
[email protected]
LUXGALLERY
Milan
www.luxgallery.it
Milan
www.luxury24.ilsole24ore.com
LUXURY24
[email protected]
[email protected]
MY LUXURY
STYLE.IT
Milan
www.myluxury.it
Milan
www.style.it
[email protected]
[email protected]
LUXREVOLUTION
VERA CLASSE
Milan
www.luxrevolution.com
Vicenza
www.veraclasse.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
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ACANTO
ANGELINI DESIGN
AQUEST
ARACHNO
ARS MEDIA
BITMAMA
CAPRI ONLINE
COMALAB
CREATIVE WEB STUDIO
DIGITAL KITCHEN
EXTERA
FORMAPURA
Pesaro
www.acanto.net
Rome
www.angelinidesign.com
San Giovanni Lupatoto
www.aquest.it
Milan
www.arachnowebagency.it
Turin
www.ars-­media.it
Turin
www.bitmama.it
Capri
www.caprionline.it
Milan
www.comalab.net
Roma
www.cwstudio.it
[email protected]
MARIO MILIZIA
Milan
www.digitalkitchen.it
NETWAY
Rovereta
www.extera.com
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]­media.it
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
GIGALAB
GRUPPO FEMAR
HAND MADE GROUP
Milan
www.formapura.com
Pollenza
www.gigalab.com
Milan
www.gruppofemar.com
Florence
www.hmg.it
[email protected] [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
IM*MEDIA ONLINE
INTERPOP
INTESYS
KINETIX
KOINEMA
RELACTIONS
Palermo
www.immediaonline.it
Monza
www.interpop.it
Verona
www.intesys.it
Ponsacco
www.kinetix.it
Bologna
www.koinema.com
Milan
www.mariomilizia.com
Rimini
www.netwayitalia.com
Rome
www.relactions.com
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Milan
www.studiofmmilano.it
Cesena
www.studiopleiadi.it
Milan
www.studiozucchidesign.com
[email protected]
Milan
www.studiolabo.it
Rome
www.thesign.biz
Mogliano Veneto
www.typecomunicazione.com
Palermo
www.visualforce.com
Pesaro
www.websolute.it
Bassano del Grappa
www.workup.it
Naples
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BAIN & COMPANY ITALY, INC.
Milan
www.bain.it
CHRISTINE ELLIS ASSOCIATES
Milan
christineellisandassociates.com
KPMG
Milan
www.kpmg.it
Milan
www.intercorporate.com
Castelfranco Veneto
www.lepanierauxidees.net
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[email protected]
INTERCORPORATE
[email protected]
LE PANIER AUX IDEES
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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[email protected]
[email protected]
PAMBIANCO
[email protected]
TJF GROUP
[email protected]
Milan
www.pambianco.com
Arezzo
www.tjfgroup.com
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[email protected]
[email protected]
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Milan
www.andstudio.it
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ATTILA & CO.
Milan
www.attila.it
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FABIO LUCIANI FRANCA SONCINI
GUITAR
HAGAKURE
INSIGHT COMMUNICATIONS
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MAXIMILIAN LINZ
MILLE EVENTI
MOSCHILLO
L U X U RY SO C IE T Y M A RK E T GU ID E
ITALY
Milan
www.comunicabilita.it
Florence
www.fabioluciani.com
Milan
www.fsoncini.it
Milan
www.guitar.it
[email protected]
Milan
www.hagakure.it
Milan
www.insightcommunications.cc
[email protected]
Milan
www.levankim.it
Milan
www.martinagamboni.it
Milan
www.maximilianlinz.com
Milan
www.milleeventi.it
Milan
www.moschillo.it
P&G
Milan
www.pegrel.it
Milan
www.paolodevivo.com
Rome
www.palazzigas.it
SAND PEOPLE COMMUNICATION
Monza
sandpeoplecommunication.com
SMITH PETERSEN
Milan
www.smith-­petersen.com
STUDIO SABRINA GIACCHETTI
Milan
www.sabrinagiacchetti.it
WITHOUT PRODUCTION
Milan
www.withoutproduction.com
[email protected]
PAOLO DE VIVO
[email protected]
PALAZZI & GAS
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected] [email protected]­petersen.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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ww.alfa81.it
ARCHITETTO ROBERTO BACIOCCHI
Arezzo
www.baciocchi.it
BARTOLINI/LANZI ARCHITECTS
Sansepolcro Arezzo
www.bartolinielanzi.it
GARDE ITALY
Milan
www.gardeitaly.it
Milan
www.giachi.info
MASSIMILIANO FUKSAS ARCHITETTO
Rome
www.fuksas.it
MATTEO THUN & PARTNERS
Milan
www.matteothun.com
Fano
www.safarredamenti.it
Milan
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GIACHI ARCHITECTS SAFA ARRADAMENTI
VUDAFIERI SAVERINO PARTNERS
AERRE CONSULTING
Milan
www.aerreconsulting.com
Milan
www.bellruev.com
Milan
www.key2people.com
LANG & PARTNERS
Milan
www.langpartners.it
[email protected]
PAMBIANCO
Milan
www.pambianco.com
Milan
www.searchpartners.it
Milan
www.studiorenealba.com
[email protected]
BELL & RUEV
[email protected]
KEY2PEOPLE
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
SEARCH PARTNERS
RI¿FH#IXNVDVLW
[email protected]
STUDIO RENE ALBA
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ISTITUTO MARANGONI
Milan
www.istitutomarangoni.com
[email protected]
ALMA GRADUATE SCHOOL Bologna
www.almaweb.unibo.it
(Design, Fashion & Luxury Goods)
SDA BOCCONI SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (Track in Milan
www.sdabocconi.it
Milan
www.unicattolica.it
POLIMODA
Florence
www.polimoda.com
[email protected]
[email protected]
Luxury Business Management)
UNIVERSITÀ CATTOLICA DEL SACRO CUORE (EMLUX)
master.[email protected]
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ACCADEMIA DEL LUSSO
CREATIVE ACADEMY
DOMUS ACADEMY
FABRICA
KOEFIA
IED – INSTITUTO EUROPEO DI DESIGN
Milan
www.accademiadellusso.com
Milan
www.creative-­academy.com
Milan
www.domusacademy.com
Milan
www.fabrica.it
Rome
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Milan
www.ied.edu
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