Today in luxury marketing – The latest travel luxury: Not going; The great British luxury paradox; Can the US build its own LVMH?; The rise of China’s shopping villages.
While much attention is being paid to millennials in the media, it is Generations X and Y, in their role as Globizens, who are energizing change in the world of luxury travel.
Barring new injections of economic turmoil around the world, luxury purchases are on track to steadily increase in the United States through the rest of 2015, according to a new report by Shullman Research Center.
Vacation rental Web site Luxury Rentals from HomeAway is quickly expanding its luxury section to capitalize on the travel trends of affluent consumers.
Today in luxury marketing – Rise of the designer airlines; The decline of luxury goods in Japan, as seen through Tiffany’s latest earnings report; Theophilus London teams with Karl Lagerfeld; Baijiu liquor maker shows how to ride out China luxury crackdown.
Today in luxury marketing – Alibaba cleans up ‘gray market’ for some prestigious brands; Russians arrive on South Africa’s luxury real estate market; Luxury autos set to hit record US sales this year; Luxury hotels do fine despite fewer tourists.
Today in luxury marketing – Roberto Cavalli said near deal to sell stake; BMW vision future luxury concept scheduled for Pebble Beach concept lawn showing; The five-star hotels that are revolutionizing luxury check-in; Wearable art.
Getaway 2 Give is looking to tap into the growing “Conscious Capitalist” movement to provide affluent consumers with ways to give back while traveling.
Hotel brands are increasingly squeezed by the metasearch dominance of online travel agencies and Google, according to a new report by L2.
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