Experiencing luxury: Two weeks of immersive learning in India

Experiencing luxury: Two weeks of immersive learning in India

Luxury Connect Business School Program India

May 18, 2016: The Luxury Connect Business School has announced its upcoming program for students, entrepreneurs, business consultants and fashion designers alike, for anyone wishing to explore India’s luxury heritage or accelerate their career. 

The program runs 12 days, and features many opportunities to immerse oneself in the heart of India’s luxury market, and with no more than 12 people, it allows those taking part to gain in-depth knowledge and an inside look into the world of luxury. Highlights include guided tours of Delhi, Agra, Jaipur, and Hyderabad. While traveling, participants will learn about the Indian luxury industry - including introduction to Indian crafts with a focus on those present in the luxury industry; the Indian luxury consumer; Indian cultural heritage; and even the influence of Bollywood. 

Participants will also learn how the Indian luxury market came to be, the role of luxury in modern day Indian cultural, as well as the Indian market’s influence in other luxury markets. 

The program is not all work and no play. Other spectacular features include a visit to the Taj Mahal in Agra, lunch at the Taj Falaknuma Palace, and visits to designer studios and luxury boutiques in New Delhi. The program aims to help those involved gain exposure to Indian luxury market and the careers it can provide. To wrap up the program, participants are invited to a Farewell dinner with Indian luxury experts and fashion designers, a fantastic chance for those interested in the luxury industry to further their networking and dive right into the industry. The course costs €3000, and begins August 21, 2016, with applications due a moth before it commences.

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