The attitudes and behaviors of millennials that befuddle brands are only more apparent in Generation Z, a study by experiential retail marketing firm Interactions reveals.
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In Singapore, $2 million can buy a Rolls-Royce Phantom, a penthouse or in the case of Cé La Vi, a venue atop the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, an experiential dinner for two.
Swiss jewelry brand Chopard has been appointed as the official timekeeper of the world’s longest-running motoring event.
Tourists account for around 30 percent of revenue from luxury good sales, according to a new study from ContactLab and Exane BNP Paribas.
Swiss watchmaker Omega is flaunting its role in the upcoming Olympic Games through a takeover of department store chain Printemps’ atrium.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. is looking to reinvigorate categories beyond its jewelry offerings by collaborating with designer Reed Krakoff.
Richemont-owned jeweler Piaget tapping into consumers’ desires to #PlayADifferentGame.
In the latest contactless payments development for the Rio Olympics, Visa has partnered with Swatch to introduce an NFC-enabled watch in Brazil, enabling consumers to pre-load funds into their associated bank accounts and make a purchase within seconds.
Swiss watchmaker Carl F. Bucherer has unveiled a new brand image that emphasizes the importance of a strong digital and social media presence.
Swiss watchmaker Audemars Piguet is supporting Serena Williams as she vies for her seventh win at Wimbledon.