U.S. fashion label Michael Kors’ Jet Set collection campaign in Shanghai offers some tactics that luxury brands looking to gain recognition in China should consider leveraging, according to a new report by Resonance China.
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The perception of a brand tends to be splintered, with customers, employees, investors and influencers all holding differing views that can end up muddling a brand’s image, according to a report from Boston Consulting Group.
Holiday gifting in the United States is expected to reach $77.5 billion this season with online sales trumping in-store purchases, according to a new survey by Time Inc. and YouGov.
Hong Kong is seeing a rise in ecommerce trends due to low government restrictions and because the city’s consumers are becoming more familiar with Western brands through travel, according to a report by Borderfree.
The United States still accounts for more than half of the online search for luxury hotels, but searches in countries such as China are rapidly increasing, according to a report by the Digital Luxury Group.
NEW YORK – As retailers update stores to meet customer expectations, they must ensure that sales associates maximize the potential of digital touchpoints, according to a workshop session Oct. 13 at Luxury Interactive 2014.
Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Burberry were ranked among the top 100 global brands, according to Interbrand’s 15th annual Best Global Brands 2014 report.
A new report by ContactLab and Exane BNP Paribas identifies Burberry as the only luxury brand fully committed to a digital future because of its cross-channel convenience and embrace of shops on marketplaces such as Tmall and Amazon.
The luxury industry will remain strong in the years to come, asserts Euromonitor International’s latest report.
Hotel brands are trying to fill the awareness vacuum in China as many travelers consider international and domestic travel for the first time, according to a new report by L2.