The interests of private plane owners may surprise those in the travel industry, as they extend beyond the expected affluent desires.
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SEOUL, South Korea – Traveling Asian consumers and their penchant for duty-free shopping are shaping the future of luxury more so than any other trend, said a lead partner at McKinsey & Company during the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference April 20.
SEOUL, South Korea – Luxury brands can no longer get away with disparate pricing around the world, according to an analyst from HSBC speaking at the Condé Nast International Luxury Conference.
Tax-free shopping by Chinese consumers dropped 24 percent year-on-year in March, according to a new report from Global Blue.
Merchants are having a bigger impact on shoppers’ payments behaviors and encouraging the transition to mobile compared to universal wallets such as Apple Pay, according to a new report from Mercator Advisory Group.
Since L2 last assessed the watches and jewelry sector, luxury brands have begun to embrace various SEO/SEM strategies on the category level, having been virtually invisible on Google search results in the past.
Formal listening programs are effective but heavily underutilized, according to new research by the Shullman Research Center.
For the first time, online sales on the iPhone – which have been growing steadily – caught up with purchases completed on the iPad during the first quarter of 2016, according to new data from Bizrate Insights.
Millennial women are looking for personalized experiences on their smartphones when shopping in retail stores while men crave convenience, according to a new report from Euclid Analytics.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates may be trailing key luxury retail destinations such as New York and London today, but the market is projected to experience the fastest growth in sales over the next five years, according to a new report from Savills.