Istituto Marangoni takes an interest in the cosmetics industry
The Italian fashion school Istituto Marangoni is launching five courses for the 2023 academic year dedicated to the perfume and cosmetics industry, a rapidly expanding market estimated to be worth 250 billion euros worldwide in 2022. The courses will take place at the Paris campus and, in Italy, in Milan and Florence.
Paris will host the three-year Perfume and Cosmetics Management course, which is aimed at candidates wishing to work in brand and/or product management in the beauty industry. The programme includes merchandising, product development and marketing and branding.
The Master's degree in Perfume and Cosmetics Brand Management and Licensing will be taught in Paris and Milan. Aimed at people wishing to acquire a commercial approach to the practices and processes of the cosmetics sector, it will explore the role of a brand manager and the skills required to manage the licensing of a luxury cosmetics and perfume brand.
The other three courses will be offered only on the Italian campuses of Istituto Marangoni, which claims to be the first fashion school to launch a course dedicated to the cosmetics industry.
The Master's degree in Marketing and Communication Management for perfumes and cosmetics will be taught in Milan. While the Master's degree in Olfactory Experience Management for the luxury industry will be held on the Florence campus, as will the annual intensive course in Product Management for Fragrances and Cosmetics.
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