Kim Kardashian taught a two-hour class at Harvard Business School

Kim Kardashian in Beverly Hills, California, February 9, 2020 - Jean-Baptiste Lacroix © 2019 AFP

Kim Kardashian in Beverly Hills, California, February 9, 2020 – Jean-Baptiste Lacroix © 2019 AFP

During this business course, the American star spoke in particular about the creation and management of her underwear brand, Skims, founded in 2019.

One day time, Kim Kardashian became a professor at Harvard. On Friday, the star gave a business course to students for two hours at the famous American university.

During this intervention, the one who made herself known thanks to the program Keeping up with the Kardashiansspoke in particular about the creation of her Skims underwear brand – estimated at more than 3.2 billion dollars -, on its marketing and customer management, in the presence of the brand’s co-founder, Jens Grede.

Kim Kardashian also shared on Instagram to be proud that Skims becomes a case study in a business school as prestigious as that of Harvard.

“I think a lot of people still have a hard time seeing her as a businesswoman who co-runs a multi-billion dollar company,” a student, present at the class, told the media. NBC.

Trade empire

In 2021, Kim Kardashian has officially reached billionaire status by appearing for the first time on the famous list drawn up each year by Forbes. Thanks to her two cosmetics and lingerie companies, KKW Beauty and Skims, her fortune is estimated at more than 1.8 billion dollars by the American magazine.

A true businesswoman, the 42-year-old reality TV star also announced last September that she wanted to embark on a new sector and unveiled the creation of his own private equity firm.

Named SKKY Partners, the company’s target industries are “consumer products, e-commerce and digital, media, hospitality and luxury,” according to a post on the company’s Instagram account.

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