Industries across Switzerland have been affected by the Swiss National Bank’s lift on the value cap of the Swiss franc, but will this deter affluent consumers from purchasing one the nation’s most popular exports?
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British department store chain Selfridges is responding to the rise of international consumers by organizing a dedicated customer service center inside its London flagship.
German automaker BMW is joining the instant gratification application world by sponsoring CNN’s daily news updates in the new Discover feature on Snapchat.
Media group Time Inc. has invested in peer-to-peer ecommerce network Keaton Row to further increase the transactional nature of its publication, InStyle.
New York’s luxury real estate prices and art sales both saw an increase in 2014, therefore integrating art into the city’s residences will likely add to the value of both the artwork and property.
Luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent and British automaker Land Rover are renewing their partnership to offer guests a refreshed list of seven self-driven, “off the beaten path” trips around the world.
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Despite the obvious benefits, many retailers still hold the view that the in-store pickup process is too complicated and costly to warrant investment.
New York is returning to normalcy following a milder snowstorm than expected, but what can be gleaned from the preparedness strategies of luxury brands before the blizzard hit?