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Marriott, Michael Kors, Jimmy Choo, Bremont and ReserveBar

January 25, 2023

Marriott International had a year of growth in 2022, experiencing strong levels of growth in its luxury sector. Image credit: Marriott International Thanks to an ongoing travel boom, Marriott International reports a solid year of growth in 2022. Image credit: Marriott International


Luxury Daily's live news for Jan. 24:

Marriott International signings up 21pc in 2022
Hotel group Marriott International is reporting a signage rate of about two deals every day last year, proving luxury’s travel boom is still alive and well.

Capri Holdings names Cedric Wilmotte CEO of Michael Kors
Mr. Wilmotte previously held a 13-year tenure as president of Micheal Kors EMEA, where he was given credit for the brand’s growth in that region.

Jimmy Choo releases spring 2023 campaign starring Kendall Jenner
British footwear label Jimmy Choo has released its spring/2023 campaign starring American supermodel and influencer Kendall Jenner.

Bremont wins $59M investment from US investors to grow watchmaking business globally
U.S. billionaire investor Bill Ackman and his Hellcat Acquisitions arm – already an investor – have bought a significant minority interest in the London-based company.

ReserveBar launches new website focused exclusively on canned beverages
Get Stocked aims to create a frictionless transactional process, using software to best understand each visitor’s preferences, and provide corresponding content.

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