The Luxury Education Foundation (LEF) and Columbia Business School presented the 9th Annual Luxury Round Table “Venturing into Luxury: The Trials and Tribulations of Luxury Start-Ups."  Left to right: Ketty Maisonrouge, Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School; Ernest Sabine, Founder at Ernest Alexander; Brandon Sun, founder at Brandon Sun; Kara Ross, founder at Kara Ross New York; and François Kress, Global President at Stuart Weitzman.

The Luxury Education Foundation (LEF) and Columbia Business School presented the 9th Annual Luxury Round Table “Venturing into Luxury: The Trials and Tribulations of Luxury Start-Ups."  Left to right: Ketty Maisonrouge, Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School; Ernest Sabine, Founder at Ernest Alexander; Brandon Sun, founder at Brandon Sun; Kara Ross, founder at Kara Ross New York; and François Kress, Global President at Stuart Weitzman.

Corporate Relations is involved in recruiting efforts, marketing the RLG club and educating students with an interest in retail. Through a series of events and initiatives, including career Panelists and job postings, the Corporate Relations team helps bring together companies and students. The Corporate Relations team’s activities include:

  • Job and Internship Postings:

Establish relationships with companies in the Retail & Luxury goods industry and advertise opportunities on their behalf to club members and the broader Columbia Business School community

  • Resume Book and Coaching Workshops:

Partner with the Career Management Center on an on-going basis to help students market themselves. Compile the Club Resume Book twice a year and make recruiters aware of the talent pool at Columbia Business School

  • Interactive Industry Panelists:

Every semester, invite recently graduated alumni back to campus to share their insights on the various functional roles within the industry including merchandising, marketing and business development

Please contact Dani Bukiet for any career inquiries or job and internship postings.