As luxury retailers implement more responsive and comprehensive technology into their stores, employees may find it challenging to prove their relevance.
Four Seasons Marrakech, Morocco, is increasing the yield of an on-site organic garden with its first olive harvest.
Langham Place Fifth Avenue, New York is targeting busy consumers with its new Maserati Quattroporte chauffeur service promoted with an exclusive cocktail available through November.
Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates is strengthening its foothold in the Middle East with a new office in Saudi Arabia and imminent offices opening in Kuwait and Bahrain.
Since most retailers are flaunting their creativity this holiday season, what exactly constitutes an outstanding, traffic-driving window display?
Chinese consumers list poor customer service and inadequate knowledge among retail staff within the country as primary motives for shopping abroad, according to a new report by Ipsos Group and Ruder Finn.
French department store Printemps enlisted Italian fashion house Prada to give its Paris location’s holiday windows a high-fashion touch.
Rolls-Royce is celebrating the Chinese Zodiac Year of the Horse in 2014 with a bespoke “Majestic Horse Collection” that features Ghost models and draws on traditional art.
NetJets is banking on its record of reliable service and large network of jets in a new campaign that enshrines its promise to consumers.
Baglioni Hotels’ Carlton Hotel Baglioni, Milan is expanding upon its “Luxury is not a Waste” art exhibit with a redesigned cafe that features 12 pieces of contemporary Italian work until spring 2014.