Feeling pressure from major ecommerce players such as Amazon, retailers are putting more focus on their shipping services, rolling out expedited options to compete.
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Online marketplace Lofty is reinterpreting how consumers buy and sell fine art, antiques and collectibles in the digital space by opening peer-to-peer communications.
Real estate analytics Web site Urban Digs is looking to solve the traditional disorder of New York’s real estate market with coherent, real-time and hyper-local information.
Fragrance marketing, in many ways, has the most abstract campaign potential because a featured scent is hard to capture with traditional and digital forms of advertising.
Online consignment has made it easier for consumers to resell their luxury goods, but with a flood of counterfeits, it can also make it harder to tell what is real and what is fake.
Luxury brands tap law firms for many reasons, but relations tend to be limited to litigation and specific legal concerns.
Located in the heart of the world’s diamond district, Jardin de Diamants is opening the doors to this previously inaccessible industry by offering private consumers an insider’s buying experience.
Storage facility RoboVault is expanding to meet a growing demand among affluent consumers to lock up precious items in essentially impenetrable spaces.
Getaway 2 Give is looking to tap into the growing “Conscious Capitalist” movement to provide affluent consumers with ways to give back while traveling.
Due to the high demand and practically non-existent depreciation rate of luxury timepieces, Crown & Caliber’s consignment program is aiding consumers and collectors alike in reselling their watches for the highest market value.