Luxury Daily’s live news: Facebook adjusts how it counts users for ads planning, measurement; Moët Hennessy welcomes young artists to new headquarters; Audi introduces livestream automotive history tours; Fifth Avenue Association launches historic walking tour.
German automaker Audi has created an immersive experience centered around its brand history with a new online guided tour.
Social media giant Facebook is changing how it measures ad reach, a move that is likely to impact advertisers.
The Fifth Avenue Association is partnering with Brooklyn-based tour company Like A Local Tours for an offering exploring the iconic retail corridor.
LVMH’s wine and spirits division Moët Hennessy is supporting emerging artists through an exclusive collaboration with the Beaux-Arts de Paris.
Consumer demands are increasingly at odds, making it challenging for retailers to navigate an evolving industry.
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French luxury labels Hermès, Chanel and Louis Vuitton retain the most brand value on the resale market, with their historic legacies and brand control playing a role in their success, according to resale platform Rebag.
Ecommerce continues to gain momentum, brands must continue to focus on their digital offerings to succeed in the future.
Meet the 26 honorees who are set to make a mark next year in the world of luxury: Presenting Luxury Daily’s 2022 Luxury Women to Watch list.