Tom Ghoul is a former student of the MBA Luxury Brand Management, Food & Wine, 2014. Today, he is the business manager for the French market of the group François Lurton. It implies a catalogue of 170 vines including ones of Lurton’s group but also wines from a dozen of different countries. In this, Tom…Details
« Silky tannins », « Christ savor », « a dream that passes »… It is to his virtuous descriptions full of poetry that we recognize Eric Beaumard, one of the best sommeliers in the world. Eric Beaumard, from the kitchen to the wine cellar Sommellerie was not his first choice. Indeed, a tragic accident when he was 18 years old…Details
International career : Alice BRENGARD, US National Sales Manager for a Corsican Domaine, Alumni Promotion 2014 After doing my high school in New Caledonia, I got it the Ecole de Commerce Europeenne, a school that is part of the INSEEC Group. I chose this college for its international opportunities and I graduated with a Master…Details
Each year, INSEEC BUSINESS WEEK brings together 500 partner companies on its Lyon, Bordeaux, Paris, London and Chambery campuses. These companies attended to meet students seeking an «alternance» contract: CDD, internship or professionalization contract, or even a first job. Among our partners, the following companies were present at the event: AUCHAN, CAPITAL MILLESIME SAS, CDISCOUNT,…Details
Referring to the upcoming opening of the seminar in London dedicated to the spirits industry, the journalist also pointed out the diversity of backgrounds and nationalities within the institute.
On December 25th, the Belgian newspaper “La Libre Belgique” published an article on the BIWI. The article particularly highlights the wine and spirit culture imparted to students throughout the Bachelor and Master programs.
Indeed, the journalist describes the BIWI programs as a mix of academic disciplines submitted to the specificities of the wine sector (marketing, sales techniques, economics …) and highly specialized courses (oenology, wine culture, viticulture…).
On January 12th, the newspaper Sud Ouest published an article on Louis Navarre, graduate of the Bordeaux International Wine Institute (2010) and Manager of “Chai des Chartrons” (wine merchant and wholesaler).
At 26 years old, Louis has a real passion for wine and likes advising its customers and sharing its favorites!
Students of the 2011 class of Bordeaux International Wine Institute officially received their Bachelor and MBA degree on April 28th, during a graduation ceremony attended by about 700 people. Wearing a graduation gown and cap, graduates of the Wine Institute received their diploma and their red graduation sash.