Many global brands have Web sites in China that take up to 20 seconds to load, a wait time that inevitably impacts consumer interaction, according to a new report by Catchpoint.
Articles Tagged ‘Michael Kors’
Today in luxury marketing – Could Tiffany lose its famous blue?; Upending expectations about the hottest handbag brands; Michael Kors aims its retail mojo at men; New models and China sales help BMW top profit forecast.
Today in luxury marketing – Michael Kors posts Q1 gains; Lavish clubhouses woo luxury home buyers; Luxury auto brands continue to outpace the industry in sales; Daimler’s Mercedes cuts prices again amid China anti-monopoly probe.
Today in luxury marketing – Luxury brands are different; Prada at Barneys — Thinking chic; Daimler says has more to do on costs after solid results; Has the Michael Kors bubble burst?
Fashion labels focused on granting consumers access to their brands through both digital and physical installations in the first half of the year.
U.S. fashion label Michael Kors is thanking consumers for their part in the accomplishment of 5 million meals served through its partnership with the United Nations’ World Food Programme.
U.S. fashion label Michael Kors is working to improve its position in menswear with new hire Mark Brashear at the department’s helm.
Luxury brands made an effort to appear more inclusive and to streamline the purchasing process in the second quarter of 2014.
In the second quarter of 2014, marketers focused on applications that provided value to consumers, either for function or fun.
U.S. fashion labels and department stores are working to become a part of consumers’ Fourth of July celebrations through email campaigns.