New York is returning to normalcy following a milder snowstorm than expected, but what can be gleaned from the preparedness strategies of luxury brands before the blizzard hit?
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This year will yield strong luxury travel bookings and there will be an increased preference for European excursions as the United States dollar strengthens, according to Travel Leaders Group’s latest survey.
Now, more than ever before, luxury consumers are environmentally conscious and aware and have begun outwardly searching for brands with ethical and sustainable business practices.
How should luxury brands and retailers continue to stoke demand in a blizzard-blighted New York market?January 27, 2015
As New York braces against what could amount to the largest winter storm in its history, luxury brands and retailers have an opportunity to make a difference.
Netherlands-based yacht builder Feadship has unveiled the first hybrid yacht to appeal to wealthy and environmentally-conscious consumers.
Italian jeweler Bulgari has captured the day in the life of guests at its London hotel in a social video shared with the property’s followers.
Brokerage house Yacht Partners International is easing the process of chartering, selling, managing and constructing a yacht with the YPI Selection mobile application.
Affluent consumers will continue to spend on luxury travel experiences in 2015 despite the fact that the number of those who identified as undecided about their travel plans has doubled since 2013, according to a new report from Unity Marketing.
New York’s The Mark Hotel is calling on lovebirds this Valentine’s Day with several meals and relaxing options for couples.
Private aviation company Magellan Jets is appealing to Seattle Sea Hawks and New England Patriots fans with an exclusive VIP Super Bowl package.