Creating an ethic and organic fashion firm after HEC - by Rachel Liu[Proceedings] by Rachel Liu


The author graduated from HEC Paris.

After graduating at HEC, Rachel Liu started a firm in an innovating field: “responsible” clothes, putting together fashion, ecology and ethic.

Quote article  Rachel Liu, « Creating an ethic and organic fashion firm after HEC - by Rachel Liu », 06 may 2010, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Proceedings]

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