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Mariana was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1984 and she is now based in London since 2015. In 2008 she completed a Fashion Design degree at UBA (University of Buenos Aires, Argentina) where she learnt about design and development aspects of the fashion industry. Due to her interest in fashion and photography, she completed a Fashion Styling course at Central Saint Martins. After several years of experience in the retail industry, she decided to become a Fashion Retail specialist by completing an MA in Fashion Retail Management (2015-2016) at London College of Fashion. Mariana has strategic, operational and commercial skills with solid analytical thinking as a result of her management experience and postgraduate education in the fashion retail field. Due to Mariana's extensive experience in customer faced environments coupled with her passion for travelling and the fact that she lived in multicultural cities such as Buenos Aires, Dublin and London, she has developed distinct cultural sensitivity and awareness. Mariana aspires to become the next generation of fashion leaders that not only aim to find innovative ways to create value for brands and consumers but also choose to have a positive impact on the environment and society.Locked Pro Plan feature
Multichannel & Omni channel retailing - Fashion Branding - Consumer & Market Research - Retail Trends - Customer Segmentation - Business Strategies for growth - International Retail Strategies - Experiential Retailing - Creative Retail Spaces - Sustainable Fashion – Project Management MA project title: "An investigation into the role of the Third Place in Brand Resonance in the mid-premium UK fashion-lifestyle independents from a socio-cultural perspective" The aim of this research study was to investigate the impact of the Third Place within independent fashion-lifestyle stores on consumer-brand relationships; and thus propose Third Place management strategies from an experiential and socio-cultural perspective