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Kohlers, Rebag, Veuve Clicquot, Harry Rosen and Luxury Daily Awards

December 9, 2022

Canada’s Harry Rosen, luxury seller of menswear, worked with top API-First Search and Discovery Platform, Algolia, to increase its conversion rates across its 10,000 products. Image credit: Algolia Canadian  menswear retailer Harry Rosen worked with top API-first search and discovery platform Algolia to increase its conversion rates across the 10,000 products on its site. Image credit: Algolia


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Kohler picks Samie Barr to run global brand strategy to drive international expansion

The new hire from CB2 will lead Kohler's global creative, media and digital capabilities, as well as the international teams responsible for the brand experience.

Rebag rewards sellers for internal spending with Rebag Wallet

In addition to Rebag Wallet, both Premium Payouts and Spending Bonus are designed to enhance brand loyalty by significantly rewarding clients who remain within the Rebag ecosystem.

Veuve Clicquot debuts database of female entrepreneurs worldwide

This is arguably the first tool of its kind from a luxury brand, bringing a stronger spotlight to women in business across the globe by making them searchable.

Canadian menswear retailer Harry Rosen claims 360 percent growth in online conversions via Algolia search

Incorporation of Algolia technology helped  Harry Rosen revamp its strategy to better enable online shoppers to more easily find goods searched on the retailer's website.

FINAL CALL: Inviting nominations for the 2022 Luxury Daily Awards
Luxury Daily is inviting nominations for the most prestigious luxury awards handed out annually: Luxury Marketer of the Year, Luxury Retailer of the Year, Luxury Publisher of the Year, Luxury Researcher of the Year and Luxury Personality of the Year.

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