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The Future of Work

February 25, 2016 Tags: News, Eventi by Hannah Maussang

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The 10th of March, is taking place in Milan, the first Italian event dedicated to all HR professionals by the international community HRU. The Milan Retail Tour team is an Italian partners of this initivative #hruMilan - Future of Work.

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London Calling

March 11, 2014 Tags: News by Andrea Bertagnolio

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London calling, yes, I was there, too
An’ you know what they said?

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Historical District, the Quadrilatero

October 27, 2013 Tags: News by Andrea Bertagnolio

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The Quadrilatero is a polygon with four sides and four corners; it is a deformable figure, not a rigid one. Milan's Quadrilatero is enclosed in between Via Manzoni, Corso Venezia, Via Montenapoleone (one of the 15 most expensive streets in the world!) and Via della Spiga.

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Brera the “classic reloaded” district

October 13, 2013 Tags: News by Andrea Bertagnolio

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The trendwatcher, a new partner for your research

July 01, 2013 Tags: Trend by Andrea Bertagnolio

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Recent researches have highlighted that up to 97% of business failures are due to a lack of attention to market changes. This means that working in a business sector without understanding and anticipating its evolutive trends could expose a business to substantial risks. Clearly these risks are sharpened in times of recession. Therefore the businesses who want to overcome these hard times have to work on an element of cultural discontinuity, modify their approach to the market.

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The Trendwatcher, a new ally for your research

June 01, 2013 Tags: News by Andrea Bertagnolio

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95% of thrown away clothes could be recycled

March 11, 2013 Tags: News by Andrea Bertagnolio

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