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Diversification Key to the Future of LVMH

Recently released financial results for the 2013 calendar year highlight some of the major strategic issues facing LVMH. Overall company revenues rose by 4% compared to 2012 and the biggest business group, ‘Fashion & Leather Goods’, registered contracting sales over the year. While the company profile LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA carries a […]
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Luxottica Winning Licence War as Safilo Tries to Repair Damage

Luxottica Group SpA and Safilo Group SpA dominate spectacle frames and sunglasses globally. Both companies offer comprehensive portfolios of licensed brands, making renewals and new partnerships vital in terms of retaining leadership. However, Luxottica managed to outshine Safilo in terms of portfolio changes over the review period, thus weakening the latter’s global position in spectacles. Importance […]
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Top Five Retailing Industry Trends: France

Download as pdf Fluctuation in unit price of precious metals is one of the primary drivers of jewellery value sales. Gold jewellery accounts for 60% of real jewellery value sales in 2013, and is thus key to the precious metals trade. As gold and platinum further their influence over real jewellery in emerging markets, costume […]
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Luxury Companies Look to Diversify Products

Leading players in the luxury industry are looking for ways to diversify their product portfolios, and many are doing so by releasing beauty products. For example, Marc Jacobs opened a store in New York City selling only cosmetics and fragrances, and Tom Ford is releasing a men’s cosmetics line in late 2013. Other luxury companies […]
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Strong Performance in Luxury Goods in 2013

Luxury goods continued to grow in sales in 2013 despite the eurozone crisis and political instability in several emerging markets. Developed markets remain the largest spenders on luxury goods, with the US and Japan leading the way. Emerging markets are also contributing to overall growth, with the Asia Pacific region expected to grow by 170% […]
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Five Key Trends in Global Luxury Goods

Euromonitor International identified five key trends from its 2014 edition of the Luxury Goods Passport database. Click hereto learn more about Euromonitor’s Luxury Goods research. Euromonitor International is pleased to release the 2014 edition of its Luxury Goods Passport database. Watch the video to learn five key trends uncovered from the research. Click here to learn […]
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Le marché du luxe ne connait pas la crise

On parle de crise économique, de plans d’austérités, cela-dit, le marché global du luxe a progressé de 4% en 2012 pour atteindre US$ 302 milliards. L’Europe reste la région numéro 1 avec 32% des ventes globales des produits de Luxe. On parle de crise économique, de plans d’austérités, cela-dit, le marché global du luxe a […]
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Fashion Outlets of Chicago: A Possible Game Changer for Factory Outlet Malls in the US

Factory outlet malls, traditionally stores where manufacturers could sell last season’s overstock or defective merchandise, are a US phenomenon. The Fashion Outlets of Chicago, a groundbreaking retail development within the factory outlet category, could change the way factory outlets operate in the US. For instance, many outlet malls have no interior walkways, but the Fashion […]
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