November 16, 2022
Luxury Daily’s live news for Nov. 16:
French luxury conglomerate LVMH today concludes its first data summit as it recognizes the role of technology and database marketing in customer acquisition and retention efforts.
German automotive giant Mercedes-Benz and Swiss tennis champion Roger Federer are partners in “Neon Legacy,” an initiative which will include various projects that focus on giving back to the community.
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.
Middle Eastern airline Emirates, seeking to emulate other industry sectors such as technology and fashion, has teamed up with Uplift, offering potential business and first-class passengers a way to buy their tickets before they have to pay for them in full.
LMVH-owned Fendi is extending its “One-to-Many” partnership with live shopping software-as-a-service company Bambuser, expanding video commerce into key markets across the globe.
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