New York department store Bergdorf Goodman is asking South by Southwest attendees to spot its social media manager wearing clothing from its new contemporary collections at the conference and share a photo of her on Instagram to enter.
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Many retailers have seen marketing efforts affected by the rapid shift to mobile. Specifically, they have seen open and click-through rates decrease over the last three years for two big reasons.
Although watchmakers may avoid jumping on the smart watch bandwagon, how can horology benefit from other wearable technologies such as Google Glass?
U.S. automaker Tesla is responding to growing popularity overseas with a European expansion plan.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is undergoing maintenance on its flagship Piccadilly building in style with a façade covering designed by artist Rory Dobner.
Global markets shuddered on Monday with sell-offs abounding, but pulled it together on Tuesday and Wednesday. Will the uncertainty in Ukraine and the straining of international relations impact luxury brands for the long-haul?
In the wake of economic slowdown, 80 percent of luxury executives are optimistic about the increasing spending habits of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, according to a report conducted by Wealth-X.
Watchmaker and retailer Tourneau is generating foot traffic with a time-centric event that offers complimentary service to create loyal consumers.
Department store chain Barneys New York added hard-to-get Cronuts, or a cross between a croissant and a doughnut, to its merchandise on March 1 at a charity event to drive in-store traffic to its newly revamped former Co-op stores.
A new report by Boston Retail Partners examines how retailers allocate resources and how they can more effectively place the consumer at the center of the buying experience.