Luxury hotels are constantly curating one-of-a-kind experiences for their guests, but crafting these packages requires sifting through the thousands of options in each city and understanding which is best for each guest.
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Digital may have plateaued in its cannibalization of in-store sales, setting forward-looking shopping centers up to capture a large portion of the retail market.
Printed and digital content is a key engagement strategy that allows brands to extend the length of a hotel stay or enhance the purchase of an automobile through a sense of community.
The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald in Edmonton, Canada, has an unusual employee who has become a social media celebrity and ambassador for the hotel: Smudge, a seven-year-old Yellow Labrador.
In the past decade the face of retail has changed course significantly with the introduction of in-store digital touch points and the advances of ecommerce.
China has been thought of as an emerging luxury market for many years, but those who are considered luxury consumers are no longer “emerging.” They have become among the most knowledgeable and the highest spending affluent group in the world.
Purchasing fragrances can be a daunting task for consumers due to the high number of options as the industry sector has become oversaturated with reinterpretations and new scents.
The luxury consumer is accustomed to high levels of service when shopping in a traditional bricks-and-mortar store, but it can be difficult to find that same quality of attention when buying online.
The Economist, one of the world’s preeminent business publications, has always stood out from the crowd. It is printed in a magazine format and yet styles itself a newspaper. There are no bylines. There are plenty of opinions – all firm. And it yields no ground on subscription fees, both to new subscribers and old. One more thing: it claims not to be advertising dependent, even while that revenue stream is important to the organization.
Luxury brands in all industries use celebrities to endorse their products, but the campaign is worthless unless the celebrity’s value matches that of the brand.