November 17, 2022
Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 17:
French luxury conglomerate LVMH unveiled its first registered apprenticeship program in the United States called the Métiers d’Excellence Institute program during the National Apprenticeship Week.
Swiss watchmaker Breitling has partnered with compatriot Swiss Air to exclusively sell 700 watches on select long-haul flights, making the travel more attractive to timepiece collectors.
German automaker BMW’s models maintained their lead as the number one high-end vehicle brand among U.S. shoppers in the third quarter, according to “Q3 2022 Kelley Blue Book Brand Watch” report.
Embracing the futuristic technology, British automaker Jaguar used artificial intelligence to craft social media posts.
German automaker Porsche topped the list of high-end vehicles for the eighth year in a row, according to the latest U.S. News Best Cars annual report.
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