High-income Americans are generally more active purchasers of luxury goods than their counterparts with high-net worth, according to a new report from Shullman Research Center.
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In the United States, approximately 20 percent of the 239 million adults purchased at least one luxury item in the past year, according to a new report from Shullman Research Center.
NEW YORK – Luxury marketers disregard the broader marketplace at their own peril, according to the founder of the Shullman Research Center at the Luxury Insights Summit 2015 April 29.
Online marketplace Amazon is a threat to many luxury brands with its expanding presence and recent ranking as the top store for affluent consumers, according to Shullman Research Center.
Affluent consumers are often labeled through household income, but by delving deeper than economics it is evident that there are generational differences among affluents when defining luxury, according to a report from Shullman Research Center.
Affluents define luxury products as both expensive and possessing quality, according to a new report from the Shullman Research Center.
In 2014, luxury brands had a positive year as marketing strategies saw influence from research results, and in 2015 researchers are predicting a forward-looking outcome as new marketing plans are implemented into a more stable economy.
The mix of platforms a brand invests in changes depending on the target demographic, but traditional platforms still provide a strong foundation, according to a new report by the Shullman Research Center.
A new report by The Shullman Institute found that consumers across demographic categories, especially the ultra-affluent, will be shopping at online-only retailers this holiday season.
Forty-seven percent of consumers also prefer to make purchases online, according to a report from the Shullman Research Center.