Words: Silvia Tarini, Istituto Marangoni.
Moving into the world of work can be a challenging endeavor, demanding the right skill set and a dose of audacity, particularly when embarking on your own business venture.
Dubai, with its international appeal, “spending power and incredible retail infrastructure, as WWD reported,” disruptive digital innovation, and talent-focused environment, has established itself as the 5th fashion capital.
In this regard, we had the opportunity to engage in an insightful conversation with Jelizaveta Kozlova, an alumna of Istituto Marangoni’s Master in Luxury and Fashion Brand Management program.
Jelizaveta resides and works in Dubai, where Istituto Marangoni established it’s latest campus in the prestigious DIFC financial district. The campus occupies an impressive building spanning 11,300 square feet, complemented by an additional 2,680-square-foot terrace.
If you are curious about what sets Istituto Marangoni Dubai apart, the current market distinctions of Dubai, as well as Jelizaveta’s advice for emerging talents, you will find the answers in the link below.