Keeping any small business afloat during the Covid-19 crisis is a challenge, but it is especially challenging for restaurants. Read about how alumnus, Fabian Quiles, is managing his.
Driven by her passion for all things Italy, Les Roches Marbella alumna, Elena Fabbrini, has launched a brave new start-up during COVID and following a 9-year hospitality career.
A Les Roches student went from being a chef on private yachts to running her own restaurant in the heart of Marbella. Read her story on our blog.
The ability of organizations to form and maintain motivated and cohesive teams acquires special relevance in times of difficulty and uncertainty such as the one we are currently experiencing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
MBA alumnus Alan Kodzasov landed a job in 5* luxury… before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and his ‘customers’ transformed from…
Name: Pablo Oliveira Graduation: 1998 Nationality: Brazil Current Position: Founder, Creative Director & President of Nüage Designs For years,…
Laura Tielve is a 2016 graduate of the BBA in Global Hospitality Management at Les Roches Marbella. She is currently part of the development team of the future Four Seasons resort and beach club in Marbella, Spain.
“A situation of unprecedented instability is generally a good reason for cuts and exceptional measures, as well as new opportunities in the hotel and tourism industry.“
At the forefront of the hospitality industry’s recovery are Les Roches alumni. They came together in an online forum recently to discuss strategies moving forward.
Sebastian Löffler graduated from Les Roches Marbella in June 2017. The world of hospitality looked very different back then, but Sebastian has given us his thoughts on the current crisis situation and how the luxury hospitality sector can manage its recovery.
When Panos Tzivanidis embarked on his studies at Les Roches in the summer of 1991, he couldn’t have imagined quite…