What did Kim Kardashian say at Harvard University and why are they criticizing her? | People | Entertainment
The socialite and businesswoman Kim Kardashian was invited last Friday to talk about the success of her company SKIMS at the prestigious Harvard Business Schoolalong with her colleague and co-founder of the brand, Jens Gredein an event that sparked criticism on social networks.
“Yesterday I spoke in Harvard Business School for a class called HBS Moving Beyond DTC. The class assignment was to learn about @skims, so my partner Jens and I talk about our marketing, our challenges and our biggest wins. Am so proud of Skims and the idea that it’s a course you study at Harvard, it’s crazy! Thank you Professor Len Schlesinger and @harvardhbs for having us. #BucketListDream,” Kanye West’s ex-wife shared enthusiastically.
But its appearance did not manage to escape the negative comments of Internet users who is they were surprised that one of the Kardashian family businesses took a case study at the remarkable university.
“So Harvard has lowered their standards,” said one user on Instagram “The people went crazy? Your entrance to Harvard Business School is embarrassing”wrote another.
Meanwhile, other celebrity friends like Paris Hilton and singer Alicia Keys commented in support of Kardashian who wore a black suit oversized two-piece with prominent white stripes.
However, this is not the first time that Kim has been part of a class at Harvard University, becauses in 2013, she accompanied her then-fiancé Kanye West, While he was lecturing at the Harvard Graduate School of Design as part of the “DONDA Design Lecture Series”.
On this occasion, the speech of the star of the reality show The Kardashians (StarPlus) It is title Bucket List Dream (which can be translated as List of dreams to fulfill) and lasted for two hours.
So, Kardashian and her colleague they addressed the students in a course called Moving Beyond Direct-to-Consumerled by Harvard professors Len Schlesinger and Ayelet Israeli.
As collected by the portal buzzfeed, Kardashian advised the students: “It seemed so simple, but if there’s a product that doesn’t exist and it fills a missing void, how can they not be successful?”
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