Retailers showed their dedication to consumers in the first half of 2014, placing them at the forefront of campaigns or ensuring that their voices were heard.
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Today in luxury marketing – Hermès sales hit by weakness in Japan; How Britain’s Prince George is ruling the children’s luxury market; London luxury home values cut by strong pound, tax fears; Maserati to cap global sales at 75,000 vehicles a year.
U.S. department store Neiman Marcus has added Visa Checkout as a payment method for its ecommerce site to make shopping online easier for its consumers.
U.S. ecommerce company Borderfree is helping American retailers, including Neiman Marcus, expand their Middle Eastern business through a new partnership with Visa.
Today in luxury marketing – Burberry shareholders reject Bailey’s pay package; A butcher, a baker, a luxury-handbag maker; What booming luxury car sales really say about the economy; Luxury hotels now ahead of pre-financial crisis level.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is offering consumers the option to purchase online and pick up in-store.
Today in luxury marketing – Neiman’s sets overhaul of Bergdorf Goodman; Bottega Veneta’s ‘timeless’ collection; Porsche takes on Audi at Le Mans, intensifying VW sibling rivalry; Manhattan penthouse takes luxury to new heights.
Today in luxury marketing – Mulberry turnaround falters as luxury brands diverge; Neiman’s adjusted profits fall; The new age of casual luxury; Local markets dictate price, features of luxury housing.
Today in luxury marketing – Kering reorganizes to continue its focus on luxury goods; With luxury brands, outlet centers give malls a run for their money; Neiman Marcus Group scaling back in China; Hermès bags better-than-expected results.
LOST PINES, TX – It has become easier to collect data on consumers since individuals leave a trail wherever they go, but figuring out how to analyze and use the information can be daunting, according to a panel April 24 at the iProspect Client Summit.