Luxury watch and jewelry brands are significantly lagging behind other industries when it comes to the crucial factor of ecommerce, according to a new report by L2.
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The Madison Avenue Business Improvement District is inviting horologists to the largest fine timepiece marketplace in North America for the fifth annual Madison Avenue Watch Week April 20-25.
Affluent consumers have shown their interest in buying goods online, but many luxury brands have been hesitant to embrace ecommerce as part of their retail strategy.
U.S. jeweler and watchmaker Harry Winston sent an invitation via its Facebook page for its Bridal Showcase.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. is raising awareness among global jetsetters through a placement on a new digital clock tower in the Los Angeles International Airport.
Richemont-owned Vacheron Constantin is supporting Swiss craftsmanship and creativity by presenting an exhibition highlighting students’ work in the Swiss Pavilion of the Milan World Expo 2015.
Marketers are expected to spend nearly $70 million on smartwatch advertisements by 2019, according to a report by Juniper Research.
Swiss jeweler Chopard is displaying how a “happy attitude can change the world” through promotions for its Happy Diamonds collection.
In the first quarter of 2015, Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton’s global revenue increased 16 percent to about $8.77 billion.
Swiss watchmaker Jaeger-LeCoultre is taking consumers back in time with an exhibit of photographs taken on the sets of famous films.