In addition to visiting J.K. Place and Antico Setificio Fiorentino today, we also went to a small family owned silver craftsman and learned about its business structure. Throughout the day and after our “classes” — our 3 business visits — we did tons of sight seeing.
I finally realized how to turn the date & time stamp off of my pictures! Big Duhhhh, Kristen moment!!! Totally decreasing the quality of my photographs. Luckily I caught this somewhat early on-midway into my trip… so at least all of my pictures won’t have that distracting stamp on them. This will be (almost) the last post with any time stamped pictures attached.
The staff at the businesses we’ve visited in both Rome and Florence have been phenomenal. From Brioni to J.K. Place to Anitco Setificio Fiorentino, these luxury brands all keep the customer first and highly value having a niche in what they do. They’re passionate and love to share their business structure, information about their product or service, and are generally very friendly and open, which definitely inspires me to conduct whatever business I decide to go into in the same manner. I am excited to keep learning not only about Florence’s deep history, but life lessons as well and getting advice on being successful and happy in my professional field.