Date: October 17-19
Location: Convene Conference Center, 32 Old Slip, New York, NY
Event Description: Created by luxury brands, for luxury brands. Luxury Interactive is the one-stop shop for eCommerce and digital marketing executives; an event in its 10th year where luxury brands get inspired and test transformative technology to take their online experience to the next level.
At Luxury Interactive, we focus on transformations and innovations in the industry, including bringing digital into physical, online customer journey strategies, CRM and personalization, digital marketing, mobile, social, email, SEO, CX and more—if you have a pain point, we address it. From companies like Neiman Marcus, Barneys New York, Mandarin Oriental, YSL Beauty, Tumi, and many more, you’ll end up with pages of notes from executives who are transforming the industry.
Download the agenda here to learn more. Luxury brands/retailers – register now at and receive a 25% discount with code LI16EURO.
Speaker: Ayako Homma, Research Analyst
Session Title: Divergence In The Digital Luxury Landscape
Session Description: The global luxury goods industry in 2016 looks set to continue to rise only slowly, with headline growth remaining disappointing. The luxury goods world faces mounting risks this year: the China slowdown, as well as those of other large emerging markets such as Russia and Brazil; and instability in the Middle East will continue to cloud the horizon. Fflur Roberts discusses how divergence will remain a key theme for the year:
Whilst 2016 will not be a stellar year for the global industry, we will see some tailwinds with markets such as India and Mexico in a much stronger position
Harnessing social media and tapping into the psyche of the digital consumer as connectivity continues to drive new opportunities in digital innovation and growth in the omnichannel reaches new frontiers
Putting your store as a main point of omni-strategies: training your global sales associates to best showcase your brands as featured through digital messages