Preferred Hotel Group is leveraging its largely hands-off model to empower hotels seeking greater independence, while still developing a strong central network.
Sacco Carpet surveys the world to ensure the quality of its carpets and rugs to supply design firms superior products that fit the lifestyle of ultra-high-net individuals.
Savile Row Society is targeting affluent men too busy to scour the latest fashion trends or looking for a cohesive wardrobe with a made-to-measure service and digital platform.
An exclusive interview with the founder/chairman of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts on luxury, expansion, Disney and Apple.
Pinxter, a new mobile application that allows consumers to upload images of products and get instant feedback from other users, will help luxury brands better understand their consumers’ opinions on apparel and accessories.
Guggenheim Digital Media’s The Hollywood Reporter reported a 119 percent year-over-year increase from 2011 to 2012 in luxury advertising after its transition from a trade magazine to a mainstream entertainment news source.
Gittler Instruments is taking a price-is-no-object approach to its rebranding efforts.
Swedish manufacturer Hästens, maker of luxury beds ranging from $6,000 to $99,900, is looking to change how U.S. consumers shop by encouraging them to come in-store to try its products and relying on word of mouth to gain new business.
Equestrian Quarterly magazine targets the top percentile of Americans who embrace equestrian style and have discretionary income.
Royal Asscher is turning to digital as the main marketing and distribution channel for its new man-made diamond line to help target consumers better understand the brand.