New recruits ready to pass on the values of firms in the Italian fashion system. Friday, February 11, 2010, from 17.00, the Foundation's headquarters at Villa Valmarana Morosini CUOA of Altavilla Vicentina (VI) will be delivered the diplomas of Master in Retail Management and Marketing . With this Graduation Day the master closes its seventh edition. The class consists of 28 students, has an average age of 26 years, and comes to the majority from Northern Italy.
The ceremony will begin with the greetings and introduction of Roman Cappellari, scientific director of the master. Followed by a panel discussion on the role of merchandising in fashion: Barbara protagonists Baudo, Merchandising manager SINV, Frank Couetil, Marketing manager Rossimoda - LVMH group and Chiara Scipios, Merchandising Sixty manager and former student of Master CUOA. Finally, the greeting of the students and the awarding of diplomas.
After 8 months of educational activities aimed at developing multiple skills in the areas of retail marketing, category management, visual merchandising and management of the store, 3 months internship in companies in the retail, luxury and fashion and a study tour to Detroit and Chicago, the students are ready to give an answer to the needs of the many distribution companies, the consumer and the fashion system. The master is a specialized path open to graduates of first and second level in any discipline, which is characterized by constant interaction with the corporate world, for the implementation of project work and visits to stores most significant food , fashion, furniture.
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It was worse when I graduated in 1981!2005-01-11 21:11:07 by just_so_you_know
I understand the complaint, but for people who graduated in the late 70s and early 80s, the job market was even worse. Unemployment wasn't 5%, it was around 12% -- and approaching 20% in the industrial Midwest.
I, and many of my fellow graduates that year, spent our first year out of a top 20 MBA program working in retail and sales. Only 30% of my graduating class had professional jobs on graduation day. The last newsletter I saw for 2004 said that over 80% had lined up professional jobs.
However, there are two things that happen: 1) you do eventually get hired into a profession; 2) some people actually move up into professional positions from sales or retail
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