Fashion ecommerce platform Lyst has crunched the data from sales on its site to produce the year’s highlights and product winners for 2014.
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British automaker Jaguar Land Rover is working to eliminate drivers’ blind spots through the introduction of its 360 Virtual Urban Windscreen technology.
Brands should expand their mobile strategy to ensure that customers feel cared for amid a blurring of the lines between customer service, information technology and marketing to avoid damage to bottom lines, according to a new study by Millward Brown.
Ninety percent of mainland Chinese consumers plan to maintain or grow their spending in 2015, according to a report by Ruder Finn and Ipsos.
Luxury brands are becoming increasingly active in digital media, and consumers are finally catching up with them, engaging with content and sharing it with their own networks, according to a new report by PM Digital.
Even with a projected slowdown of luxury goods on the horizon, affluent consumers will spend an estimated $11,000 on gifts this holiday season, according to a new survey by Deloitte.
While the United Kingdom is currently the third-largest luxury goods retail market in Europe, it is on pace to become number one in 2018, according to a new report by Conlumino.
If marketers have learned anything from the development of emerging markets, compared to that of the United States, it is that understanding consumers’ psyches and how luxury goods are approached is essential to success, according to a new survey from Agility Research & Strategy.
The top 15 percent of influencers generate 59 percent of word of mouth leads for automotive brands, according to a new report by Foresight Research.
A range of factors contribute to the expected rise in prices for airfare, hotel rates and ground transportation in 2015, according to a new report by American Express Global Business Travel.