HEC Paris MBA students took an exciting field visit to Burgundy, visiting Beaune, a walled village in the center of the winemaking region, and took part in a private tour of the Faiveley wine cellars in Nuit St. Georges. The group included Cristina Harrell, Stephanie Rickards, Barbara Calvi, Antonio Mont’Alverne, Flore Poughon and Julien Perronneau. They were joined by Associate Dean of the MBA Program, Andrea Masini, Affiliate Professor Anne Michaut, an expert in luxury marketing and Adjunct Professor Alain Lorenzo, the former President & CEO LVMH Fragrance Brands.
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