November 21, 2022
Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 21:
French luxury conglomerate Kering is looking to pick the next batch of creators for its Women In Motion mentorship program.
The tech world’s loss is the automotive world’s gain as British automaker Jaguar Land Rover is offering hundreds of open positions to the many workers recently laid off across the tech field.
In a bid to raise awareness for high-end watches among affluent Chinese consumers, Watches and Wonders will set up an exhibition for three months on China’s Hainan island, later traveling to Haikou.
Going after Google’s bailiwick, Shopify is testing its new search feature, allowing users to search through merchants’ sites across the platform.
Retail experts predict a growth of $3 trillion in ecommerce sales in the next four years.
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