The ESE Milan Campus, yesterday, had the Induction Day where all first-year BSc, MSc and short courses students were welcomed.
On this occasion, we were pleased to present all the initiatives and projects designed for the new academic year, while reassuring them with our Team and Faculty full support.
In conclusion, our President Elio d’Anna joined us virtually from Florence, delivering an inspiring and encouraging welcoming speech.
We are very excited about this new start and can’t wait to share all our students’ progress.
ESE Florence is proud to announce its newest workshop ‘Storytelling for Leaders’ aimed at current and prospective students at ESE Florence. The workshop will be given by Elia Nichols on Friday 29 November 2019.
What does Storytelling have to do with business? Everything! If you can’t properly convey a story then yourself, your products or services are not going to appeal to your audience. Great leadership requires the use of both the head and the heart to mobilize others to act effectively on behalf of shared values.
VENICE – 2019
ESE Founder and President, Elio D’Anna, was awarded with the prestigious “Murano’s Award 2019” for the lifetime achivement of his illustrious career in music, arts and literature.
It’s a great honor for our institution to have such an inspiring Founder and we are happy to celebrate this incredible achievement of his artistic career.
In the pictures: Elio at the @belairfineart_official in Forte dei Marmi, collecting the beautiful Murano glass statue made by artist Massimiliano Schiavon and the @schiavonart_team .
ESE Florence is pleased to announce its newly started partnership with The Student Hotel Florence for student accommodation available to all ESE Florence students in the academic year 2019/2020.
The Student Hotel (TSH) is located in Viale Lavagnini 70-72, on walking distance from the Santa Maria Novella train station and city centre where ESE Florence is located.
TSH aims to create the best space where students can find their purpose and change the world. With the well-designed and thought-out rooms and the many great shared communal facilities, it offers a stimulating environment and an exciting global community.
It is estimated that over 5 million people were displaced from their home in Northern Iraq due to the ISIS invasion. Today, some of those people are making a comeback to find they need to start all over again, their homes are destroyed, their businesses no longer there. In 2018, 807 cash grants were given out to people to rebuild their lives. A great number of them were issued by the International Committee of the Red Cross…
But it takes more than just money. The International Committee of the Red Cross manages projects on a large scale and in order for each project to be successful, a number of professionals have to apply their knowledge and expertise to the managing of the contracts, projects, deliveries, public tenders and much more.
It was 1987 when, strolling around Moscow in search of inspiration, Alviero Martini bumped into a faded, old map and stuck it on a suitcase. This discovery would be life-changing: the designer developed the idea of a line of bags and luggage with the map-pattern that still represents his signature collection.
Our ESE Milan students had the opportunity of visiting the Alviero Martini Showroom in Milan and chatting about the brand’s big changes with its Export Manager Massimo Amato.
Immagina un sito web che offre tutto ciò che potresti desiderare a prezzi scontati, per un periodo limitato. Non c’è bisogno di immaginarlo, perché esiste già! Con prodotti che vanno dall’abbigliamento alla tecnologia, tutti disponibili a portata di mano, Veepee (precedentemente noto come Privalia Vente-Privee) si è rapidamente affermato come il pioniere tra i portali di e-commerce. Fondata nel 2001 a Parigi dall’intuizione visionaria di Jacques-Antoine Granjon e ampliata attraverso una joint venture con la spagnola Privalia nel 2016, Veepee è ora disponibile in dodici paesi europei, oltre che in Brasile e in Messico.
“I have been there….
Here is a thought just for this memorable occasion. Memorable happens often in unanticipated yet long lasting ways. This is what can be said of Professor Glosserman and Elio D’Anna’s intervention of last year’s on the New World order. Some of Glosserman’s ideas about North Korea’s nuclear arms failed negotiation with Trump’s administration were then an admonishment of what the US administration should avoid. Nothing more “useless than the good advice you did not take” the popular song states… On the other hand, D’Anna’s speech about the importance of the inner self as a key to change those around you is always compelling. In the end, apparently contradicting ideas voiced in a complex and dynamic world like those expressed then, may remain our only certainty. Being real may be the name of the game. Higher Education should convey not only how our world should be but also how the world really is”.
ESE prof. John Steven Wyse
The European School of Economics (ESE) centre in Florence is proud to announce a special guest lecture and networking meeting with the famous Florentine luxury fashion brand Salvatore Ferragamo Spa on Thursday 21 March at 2.30 pm at Palazzo Rosselli del Turco, the ESE Florence campus building.
The guest lecture, introduced by ESE marketing Prof. Thomas Brownlees, will focus on e-business and e-commerce strategies in the fashion business. The Ferragamo Marketing Department will present this topic together with a case study study that second and third year Business Adminsitration students will work on in groups. The guest lecture will finish at 4 pm.
Originally, there was an ancient land, Mesopotamia, the cradle of civilization, and a date palm bud, the ‘buta’, a symbol of fertility and long life. The ‘buta’ design began to be reproduced in Asia, particularly on Kashmir shawls and other fabrics, until it reached England between the 18th and 19th centuries, where it was renamed ‘Paisley’. Fifty years ago, the history of the Milan-based fashion house Etro blossomed from the Paisley: the portentous shoot turned into Etro’s own emblem. ‘Generation Paisley’ is the title of the marvellous exhibition that is being held at the Museum of Cultures in Milan (Mudec, 23 September – 14 October 2018) to celebrate Etro’s first half century of life. The exhibition is a journey through the multiple influences of the brand, to discover the evocative places and meetings that have inspired its masterpieces. We start from the large tree of the first room, a metaphor for the collection of shoots from which Etro draws the lifeblood of its creativity, and we get to the ramifications that extend from this symbolic tree into the next five rooms. The visitor here finds fifty enchanting outfits, both female and male, as well as a variety of accessories and perfumes.
“I chose to call it Silos because the grains, material for living, were stored there, and because, just like food, dressing also serves to live”. With these words, a few years ago Giorgio Armani had explained the reasons behind the name of the space he inaugurated in Milan in 2015 and obtained from the former Nestlé cereal depot. An impressive and sober building whose original architectural structure has been maintained, the Silos shows remarkable points of contact with the Armani style, for which essentiality has always rhymed with elegance. Inside, in a large space spread over four levels, 600 dresses and 200 accessories belonging to different collections of the brand, from 1980 to today, are exhibited. The succession of masterpieces is organized thematically: from daywear to evening dresses, from the most classic colours (blacks, grays and whites) to the most exotic ones for which the brand is less known, there is everything you can expected from a place celebrating the Milanese fashion house par excellance. Nowhere else is it possible to grasp with the same immediacy Armani’s expressive character. In this, obviously, lies the enormous educational value of an excursion to such a fascinating place.
The European School of Economics was awarded by the British magazine Global Brands Magazine as the best private business university in the UK. The magazine provides opinions and news about the reputation of the major global brands. Thanks to its consolidated collaboration with a team of experienced brand analysts, the magazine has become a must read, especially for those companies committed to developing and improving their branding strategy in an ever-changing market. The Global Brands Awards, whose last award ceremony took place on the 6th April at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai, were set up to reward the most deserving companies in the fields of finance, education and hospitality, lifestyle, as well as in the automotive and technology sectors.
Renowned Italian philosopher, Diego Fusaro, graced the stage accompanied by journalist Paolo Brambilla and the ESE faculty members.
Milan, Italy – European School of Economics (ESE) recently held a forum discussion on the topic “Ethics Esthetics Economy”. The forum generated a lot of interest, because of the relevance of the subject being discussed and the distinguished speakers who participated in it. Among those on the stage were the prolific Italian philosopher, Diego Fusaro, highly respected journalist and ESE Professor, Paolo Brambilla, and ESE Dean, Professor Gianni Demichelis. Hosting the event was the Founder and President of ESE, Elio D’Anna.
In 1997, the European School of Economics was honoured to host Lectures of Professor John Forbes Nash Jr. (Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1994). In the same year, Nash introduced a series of lectures titled “Ideal Money and Asymptotically Ideal Money” in the most prestigious schools in the world. Having hosted his lectures, ESE contributed to give resonance to his theories which undoubtedly revolutionized the global economy.
His brilliant yet lunatic life was not only told in the famous biography “A Beautiful Mind” (by Sylvia Nasar) but it has also become an Oscar winning film by Ron Howard. His struggles did not hinder him to achieve probably the most fascinating “Game Theory” implications.
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