British department store Harrods has agreed to revise its gratuity policy after a Jan. 7 protest called attention to an unfair policy at the retailer’s in-store restaurants.
Italian fashion house Missoni’s heiress is bidding for the attention of stylish parents with a capsule collection for home furniture brand Pottery Barn.
NEW YORK – Cutting through the noise of the oversaturated fragrance sector can be difficult, but leveraging human connection, storytelling and service lessens the daunting task at hand, says International Cosmetics & Perfumes’ CEO.
Department store chain Nordstrom is exploring the many shapes and forms of love by putting a lens on real relationships.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America is teaming up with Accenture to help its member labels innovate for today’s retail and technology environment.
NEW YORK – Brands should be selfish about their intellectual property and take an active role in protecting themselves from counterfeits, according to the managing partner of Sedhom Law Group speaking at Luxury FirstLook: Time for Luxury 2.0 on Jan. 18.
NEW YORK – When entering a new market, the biggest mistake brands can make is failing to alter their marketing strategy for any cultural differences, according to an executive from Export Now.
NEW YORK – The Fourth Industrial Revolution is bringing about rapid change, forcing both consumers and companies to adapt at a challenging pace, according to the CEO of GDR Creative Intelligence speaking at the National Retail Federation’s Retail’s Big Show on Jan. 17.
Consumers’ growing expectations of a seamless, channel-agnostic shopping experience are causing retailers to adapt their technology strategies.
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