The Luxury Collection is switching coasts with One Kings Lane to tour Vermont, Boston and New York and uncover sales freighted with cultural significance.
Travel and hospitality
Four Seasons Marrakech, Morocco, is increasing the yield of an on-site organic garden with its first olive harvest.
Langham Place Fifth Avenue, New York is targeting busy consumers with its new Maserati Quattroporte chauffeur service promoted with an exclusive cocktail available through November.
Fractional jet ownership company Flexjet is offering ultra-affluent travelers a chance to visit destinations from Hong Kong to Istanbul in curated forays over a 14-day period.
Chinese consumers list poor customer service and inadequate knowledge among retail staff within the country as primary motives for shopping abroad, according to a new report by Ipsos Group and Ruder Finn.
Thanksgiving is often overlooked by luxury brands because of its proximity to Black Friday and the rampant price-cutting that takes place, but can value still be extracted from the holiday?
NetJets is banking on its record of reliable service and large network of jets in a new campaign that enshrines its promise to consumers.
NEW YORK – L2′s founder predicted that technology giant Apple will be venturing into luxury categories in the near future to capitalize on enormous profit margins and its pristine brand image at the L2 Forum 2013.
Baglioni Hotels’ Carlton Hotel Baglioni, Milan is expanding upon its “Luxury is not a Waste” art exhibit with a redesigned cafe that features 12 pieces of contemporary Italian work until spring 2014.
NEW YORK – Thirty-eight percent of connected consumers post brand-related photos every day, while 31 percent post branded-related videos daily, according to executives from Expo Communications and Geometry Global at ad:tech New York 2013.