Chinese Luxury Market

  • Chinese Market for Clothing

    THE CHINESE MARKET FOR CLOTHING THE CHINESE MARKET FOR CLOTHING Abstract for trade information services ID=42692 International Trade Centre (ITC) The Chinese Market for Clothing. Geneva: ITC, 2012. xi, 92 p. (Technical Paper) Doc. No. SC-11-212.E Survey on Chinese market for clothing - describes the structure and characteristics of the domestic Chinese market for clothing; provides an analysis of the tariff structure of imports by product group; outlines special import regulations, customs

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  • Luxury Market Is Not in Crisis

    internazionali nonostante le forti tradizioni locali. Nella realtà indiana, inoltre, nuove città si stanno proponendo come “destinazioni di lusso”: su tutti, Chennai, Hyderabad e Pune. Il secondo key driver della crescita, secondo lo studio “Worldwide luxury markets monitor” di Bain&Co., è identificato in una particolare categoria di prodotti: gli accessori. Un numero sempre maggiore di brand di lusso sta offrendo, infatti , opzioni personalizzate come ad esempio i prodotti di cuoio fatti su misura per

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  • How Have Some Chinese Companies Achieved Success in Foreign Markets?

    Since China opened pathways for foreign markets in 1978, its economy has boomed and has today the fastest growing and the most dynamic economy in the world (The New York Times, 2012) Growth has been steered by heavy investment in areas such as infrastructure, manufacturing and exports. according to The Economist (2007), Modularization (breaking manufacturing of single products into separate units) and Outsourcing to cheaper options has allowed some Chines manufacturing companies to become more flexible

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  • Luxury Car Retailing and Trends

    Luxury Car Retailing & Trends Executive Summary A luxury car is indeed a status symbol that is a reflection of one’s personality and power in society. There is a steady increase in luxury car customers globally as there is a rise in income, wealth and urbanization. It is more of a dream come true of the rising middle class to purchase and own a luxury car. After the global financial crisis (Reyneke et al., 2012) hit the luxury auto market, it was interesting to find that the younger generation

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  • Chinese Luxury Market

    Up to now, Chinese bourgeoisie swore only by the famous international luxury brands such as LouisVuitton, Hermes or BMW. Today, some Chinese brands are trying to conquer a piece of the enormous cake: China will represent 20% (27 billion dollars) of the worldwide luxury market by 2015,. Watches, cosmetics, jewelry, spirits or clothing: here nine brands Qeelin NE Tiger Moutai Shang Xia Longio Hongqi Chow tai fook Herborist Dorian Ho which start to emerge and which hope to regild the image of the “made

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  • An Inflection Point in Chinese Capital Markets

    An Inflection Point in Chinese Capital Markets JC de Swaan Caijing Magazine July 3rd, 2009 The institutional development of Chinese capital markets has lagged – while a growing body of academic literature has demonstrated the positive linkages between the development of capital markets and economic growth, China has managed to grow at a breath-taking 10% CAGR over the last 30 years despite lacking commensurately developed capital markets. Several announcements in the past months suggest a potential

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  • Luxury Customer

    10 A Study on Why Luxury Goods Sell and their Effects on the Economy Seung Yoon Rhee+ Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, 449-854 Gyeonggi-do Yongin-si Mohyun-myun Wangsan-ri Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies, South Korea Abstract. Despite recent global economic downturns starting from 2008, luxury goods have maintained their popularity as some of the most popular products in the world, while the sales of other goods have fallen significantly. In fact, the sales of luxury goods have increased

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  • Deeper Luxury Report

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  • Chinese Stock Market

    Shanghai Stock Exchange Financial Market Report Guidance: Mikel Tapia Miguel Teixeira Pinto Navkaran Bakshi 1 Universidad Carlos III – Master in Financial Analysis Introduction Regarding the subject Financial Markets, we will analyze the Chinese Stock Market and understand how it works. In that sense, with the support of Professor Mikel Tapia, we will study the type of Market that we are leading with, which type of brokers belong to this Market and all the other rules that we think

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  • How Globalization Affects Luxury Goods

    How Globalization Affects Luxury Goods Industry? Andy Warhol, a pioneer in the visual art movement once said: “Whenever people and civilizations get degenerate and materialistic, they always point at the outward beauty and riches and say that if what they were doing was bad, they wouldn’t being doing so well, being so rich and beautiful” (Warhol, 1975). Throughout history, luxury emerged as early as civilization did. For old Romans, the concept of luxury was a “disruptive power of desire”. They

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  • Visiting the Luxury Car Market

    BMW, the Bavarian based luxury car producer is seen as one of the most prestigious, stable and admired companies in the world. BMW takes differentiation strategy to ensure BMW Group's lead over competitors and to actively shape the company's future by creating BMW vehicles that are perceived by customers to be unique. The mission statement of BMW Group is clearly defined: “the BMW Group is the world’s leading provider of premium products and premium services for individual mobility”. Another important

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  • Luxury Brand

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  • Luxury Brands

    1. Introduction The luxury market is a high revenue market across the globe and is continuous on rise. This rise can be increased through expansion for the existing and new brands. This industry is a high value-added industry based on high brand assets. The number of customers for this industry can be increased through specially designed social media marketing techniques. There are great opportunities in emerging markets such as China, India and the Middle East for the luxury brands, so the expansion

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  • Anzco Foods Limited: Pursuing the Chinese Market

    Pursuing the Chinese Market From my perspective, the answer to Parker’s question at the end of the case is to use different prices or different products in different markets. And to better conduct this strategy, I would suggest ANZCO to launch its own importer firm in China if possible. Because with its own firm, it can better control distribution process and better sell its products. My specific suggestions are as follows. Positioning: Geographically ANZCO should focus on two big markets: Northwest

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  • Chinese Market

    ANZCO Foods Limited es un multinacinal grupo dinámico de empresas que obtiene, procesa y comercializa carne de Nueva Zelanda y productos de cordero. ANZCO es uno de los mayores exportadores de Nueva Zelanda de carne vacuna y ovina en todo el mundo. El mercado chino está creciendo rápidamente. ANZCO está tratando de decidir si se debe proseguir con el mercado chino y analizar su potencial para la carne de ovino. Este caso proporciona la oportunidad de analizar un largo, fragmentado y variadamente

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  • Luxury Goods in Brazil

    and breaks into new ground… …the luxury category is also following suit -- it is achieving high growth simply by getting MORE PEOPLE TO BUY LUXURY GOODS FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME… 4 Luxury spending growth is driven by CATEGORY FIRST-TIMERS DECONSTRUCTING LUXURY SPENDING IN CHINA Source: Bain Luxury Market Survey – China 5 The crucial role of China’s BURGEONING MIDDLE CLASS % SHARE OF URBAN HOUSEHOLDS by income group (in RMB) % SHARE OF LUXURY CONSUMPTION by income group (in RMB)

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  • Chinese Luxury Market for Children

    2012- 2013 Institut Supérieur de Marketing du Luxe – Sup de Luxe Paris * Préparation du MBA spécialisé « Luxury Brand Marketing and International Management» * Mémoire : « Le marché du prêt-à-porter de luxe pour enfants en Chine, son potentiel, ses spécificités» 2011-2012 Conservatoire de Valence 3e Cycle en Chant 2010-2011 Centre d'Études Linguistique

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  • Luxury Marketing

    Luxury and cosmetic marketing Doctor M. Saucet PhD in management Teacher researcher Copenhagen, Tunis) (Nice, Marseille, Paris, London, • Consultant for Lca ltd (armani, guerlain, lancaster, Merck phamacy, IHET Tunis, Athos consulting …) • Experience 4 years : new line manager in cosmetic business 5 years teaching and research 2 years in consulting (innovation, experiential marketing …) Marcel.saucet@euromed-management.com Luxury and cosmetic marketing Mode • Theory • Practice

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  • Effect of Chinese Dumping in Indian Markets

    ------------------------------------------------- As a wide range of cheap Chinese products flooded the Indian market, some local industries were adversely affected, while others benefitted by using these products as raw materials. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of allowing Chinese products into India. Providing trade data, give examples of industries that benefit and those that are affected by Chinese imports. How can the Indian industries that are threatened by cheap Chinese imports deal with the threat? Introduction

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  • Chinese Demographics

    have 221 cities with one million–plus inhabitants—compared with 35 cities of this size in Europe today—and 23 cities with more than five million. For companies in China and around the world, the scale of China’s urbanization promises substantial new markets and investment opportunities. Yet the expansion of China's cities will represent a huge challenge for local and national leaders. Of the slightly more than 350 million people that China will add to its urban population by 2025, more than 240 million

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  • Classic Chinese Art Market

    Classical Chinese Art Fund The Classical Chinese Art Fund FR3208 Arts and Antiques Market: Coursework 2 The Classical Chinese Art Fund Content Page 1. The Classical Chinese Art Fund 1.1. What is the Classical Chinese Art Fund? 1.2. Investment Profile of the Fund 1.3. Rationale: The China Factor 1.4. Investment Approach and Strategies 1.4.1. Growth Strategies 1.4.2. Risk Management Strategies 2. Market Analysis 2.1. Art Segmentation 2.1.1. Chinese Calligraphy

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  • Luxury Goods - Jewellery

    Luxury Goods Project Jewellery and Watch Sector Stefania ALVARES MEDRANO Marie-Laure GIACOMELLI Anamaria TUDORACHE Nadine STEWART INSEEC Alpes-Savoie, Year 2013-2014 Guidelines Paper assignment – Luxury sector analysis * Select a luxury category. Categories include: Jewellery * Within your category select three brand leaders : Cartier, Chaumet, Chopard * Prepare a SWOT analysis for each brand * Analyze these leaders by discipline: visual merchandising, website,

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  • Chinese Energy Market Entry

    Chinese Energy Market Michael Alexander Landon Bunn Thomas Burrus Benjamin Duva Marcela Horan Table of Contents: Executive Summary…………………………………………Page 3 Demand for Energy…………………………………………Page 4 Coal and China…………………………………………………Page 6 Solar Energy in China………………………………Page 8 Competition…………………………………………………………Page 9 U.S./China Relations………………………………Page 10 Recommendations……………………………………………Page 14 Joint Ventures………………………………………………Page 15 References…………………………………………………………Page 17 Executive

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  • Case Study - the Chinese Market

    Zales’s upscale strategy was in response to fierce competition it was facing from mass merchant department stores such as Wal-Mart, national chain department stores such as JCPenney, and home shopping networks. Middle America had been Zales’s target market since its founding in 1924. A large portion of the company’s revenue came from value-oriented customers who frequented malls. The success of the Zales brand was built on the perception of the good value one got for the money, but with that came the

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  • Case 2-1 Bmw Taps the Emerging Chinese Luxury Market

    Case 2-1 BMW Taps the Emerging Chinese Luxury market 1a) Human beings have a tendency to demand more luxury products when their income increases. As the text indicates, income of Chinese people has risen over the last few years so they start to demand more luxury goods. With their higher income also the more traditional collectivist values disappeared. 1b) Chinese people believe that the countries in Northern-Europe are symbols of luxury and with their recent rise in income they are starting

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  • Korean Luxury

    Insights August 2011 Korea’s luxury market: Demanding consumers, but room to grow By Aimee Kim and Martine Shin Key themes from the 2011 McKinsey Korea Luxury Consumer Survey Every year since 2006, sales of luxury goods in South Korea have risen at least 12%1, to an estimated $4.5 billion in 2010. In the first four months of 2011, sales at department stores were up more than 30% compared to 2010. 2 This continues an established trend, as last year’s report on the market showed (see report at csi

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  • Fortune 500 Companies Nose-Dive in the Chinese Market

    Fortune 500 Companies Nose-Dive in the Chinese Market Candice Tabb International Business MGMT 338 5 December 2014 Duane A. Beaudoin Abstract Fortune 500 companies Home Depot, BestBuy, and Mantel have all failed in the Chinese market. External forces such as competitors and sociocultural effect the companies’ ability to overturn a profit resulting in a complete withdraw. The ideal profitability of China’s market has shown resistance to standardized companies. The unwillingness to adapt

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  • Luxury Consumer Behavior

    Report no: 2012. 13. 21 Luxury Consumer behaviour Suvi Lukkarinen & Xing Wei -­ A Comparative Case Study of Emerging Luxury Markets in China and Finland Visiting adress: Bryggaregatan 17 Postal adress: 501 90 Borås Website: www.textilhogskolan.se Title: Luxury Consumer Behaviour -A Comparative Case Study of Emerging Luxury Markets in China and Finland. Publication year: 2012 Authors: Lukkarinen, Suvi and Wei, Xing Supervisor: Anita Radon Abstract The study on luxury consumers is always connected

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  • Walmarts Successful Globalization Into the Chinese Market

    Walmart’s Successful Globalization Into The Chinese Market Stanley Armstrong Southern New Hampshire University Abstract There has been an increasing enthrallment over global expansion across the globe. Likewise, there are many things that factor into making such an enormous decision a successful one. Some of these factors include, the strategies to which the business will use, what modes of entry they will take, and what are possible threats and opportunities that may

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  • Regulation of the U.S. Stock Market and Comparison to Chinese Regulation

    The stock market is the most active financial market in the U.S., which includes more than 5000 securities companies, trade associations, the stock exchange, investment banks and other institutions. The stock market can be divided into two level. The primary market including corporation, government agency, and investment bank sells securities to initial buyers, in other words called securities issue. The secondary market resell securities which have been previously issued in primary market. Secondary

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  • Proposal - Mercedes Benz's Formidable Difficulties in Myanmar Luxury Car Market

    UMFCCI- UTCC Global MBA – 3rd Batch Independent Study Proposal Cycle & Carriage Automobile Myanmar (CCAM) Company Ltd., How to overcome Mercedes Benz’s formidable difficulties in Myanmar luxury car market Name : Sai Myo Thet Oo Student ID : 1301116013051 Content Section (1) 1.1 The Problem Statement 1.2 The Company Background 1.3 The Objective of Independent Study 1.4

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  • Research of Chinese Yogurt Market

    competitors? Mengniu The largest milk producer of China, although its main product is milk, it has a market share of 21.4%. Its price is low and because of the good reputation of this brand, the sales is very good. At the same time, the milk they used are from Inner Mongolia province which is considered as the best origin of milk. Yili The second largest milk producer in China, and has yogurt market share of 11.7%. It once provided milk for the 2008 Beijing Olympics which made it well-known for

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  • How Have Some Chinese Companies Achieved Success in Foreign Markets?

    How have some Chinese companies achieved success in foreign markets? 1.Introduction China is a sleeping dragon, who will tremble the world if she awakes. (Teagarden and Cai, 2009, P73). Since China open the door to welcome the world in 1978, many companies start to be built up, and the economy of the country becomes better and better. 2001,China joined WTO, which enable China move forward in the road of globalization. And now, the western country and America can not ignore this huge “thing”

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  • Walmart and the Chinese Market

    Wal-Mart and the Chinese Market Kristen Dawdy International Business Instructor Kip Roddenberry October 18, 2015 Wal-Mart and the Chinese Market Wal-Marts biggest reason for entering the Chinese market is because it was a way to receive products at a cheaper rate, allowing the price of the products to be lower. Wal-Mart is known for having low prices, and the Chinese market is what makes this possible. If they were to purchase their items from a country that charged them more, then the

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  • Customers Preferences in the Food Chinese Market

    the customer’s preferences, behavior and shift of behavior in the Chinese food market and how they can influence foreign companies’ marketing strategy. This literature review shows that, pushed by a multitude of factors, the Chinese food consumption and food consumer’s behavior have strongly changed over the past 10 years, both in quantity and quality demand, creating a lot of opportunities for foreign companies. Moreover, the Chinese cultural background and preferences are identified as playing an

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  • Nestlé's Strategy in the Chinese Ice Cream Market

    company" and keep high market shares, Nestlé wrote a new international strategy : the company decided to focus on emerging markets like China (rather than North American or European countries). Drivers are clear : with nearly 1500 billion inhabitants, increasing standards of living, and more friendly governmental policies, China is an attractive country and has market potential for Nestlé. In this report, I will explain Nestlé's international strategy in the Chinese ice cream market, and the different

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  • Luxury Evolution

    The Luxury Evolution Every generation redefines its definition of luxury. How they relate to it or reject it. From the “more generation”, to the X, we have seen everything from conspicuous consumption to less is more. Each generation also redefines its relationship to luxury. The evolution of social, political and economic factors is just a few of the major defining elements in any generation’s approach to luxury products. How a particular group defines luxury is often influenced by the preceding

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  • Looking at Luxury

    Looking at luxury: consuming luxury fashion in global cities Professor Louise Crewe, University of Nottingham, UK Dr. Amber Martin, Queen Mary University of London, UK 1: Introduction This chapter explores the growth and transformation of the global luxury fashion market focusing specifically on the flagship stores of the largest global luxury fashion organisations.[1] The conceptual basis of the chapter lies in recent debates about global economic austerity and the future of consumption

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  • The Overconsumption of Luxury Items in China

    The Overconsumption of Luxury Items in China Introduction Chinese luxury goods market has grown dramatically over the past decades. According to a report released by Bain & Company (2012), currently, Chinese consumers occupy about 50% of the luxury purchases in Asia, and nearly 33% of those in Europe. Globally, one in four purchases of individual luxury goods comes from Chinese customers. Therefore, overconsumption of luxury items in China is a problem which should be given attention to. This

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  • Luxury Goods in China

    consumption of luxury goods, and therefore the growth of the luxury market, also increased, and increased to the point that China is now among the top nationalities in terms of total sales of luxury goods. In recent years, as a consequence of the increasing of personal wealth, the consumption of luxury goods in Mainland China has been growing, until last year, 2014, when the sales decreased to 15 billion euros (negative growth you -2%) due to three main reasons: the first one the slowing of Chinese economy;

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  • The Challenge That Faces Telsa Motors Trying to Enter the Chinese Market

    Name Professor Course Date The challenge that faces Telsa Motors trying to enter the Chinese market Organizational behavior is centered on how people act or behave in an organization. An organization is simply a group of individuals who have the same interests and are brought together by similar or common goals (Lam and John 123). Organizational behavior is, therefore, the study of the factors that influence how employees and other people respond, feel and act to organizations and work and

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  • Business Luxury

    Friedman interview leading figures at the FT luxury summit in Monte Carlo FT.com/luxury-video SPECIAL REPORT | Monday June 15 2009 www.ft.com/business-luxury-2009 Slimming all the rage as belts tighten Haig Simonian investigates the problems faced by luxury goods conglomerates in the current market F or years, equity analysts urged Johann Rupert to spin off tobacco and turn Richemont, the company he chairs and controls, into a “pure play” luxury goods group. In 2008, the independently-minded

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  • Luxury Goods

    The success of luxury brands in Japan and their uncertain future Ronald Jean Degen International School of Management Paris 2009 Working paper nº 52/2009 2 globADVANTAGE Center of Research in International Business & Strategy INDEA - Campus 5 Rua das Olhalvas Instituto Politécnico de Leiria 2414 - 016 Leiria PORTUGAL Tel. (+351) 244 845 051 Fax. (+351) 244 845 059 E-mail: globadvantage@ipleiria.pt Webpage: www.globadvantage.ipleiria.pt WORKING PAPER Nº 52/2010 Janeiro

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  • Luxury

    The Leading Luxury Brands 2008 Creating and managing brand valueTM The top 15 luxury leaders in 2008 Lessons from the leading luxury brands What is the future for luxury brands? The Leading Luxury Brands 2008 Introduction In marketing folklore, luxury brands were said to be immune to economic downturns. Their audience of über-wealthy loyalists meant they remained protected during tough economic times. Furthermore, as the global economy prospered, luxury brands attracted new segments

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  • Advertising - How Would You Conduct an Internet Search for Information on the Luxury Car Market Summarize the Results of Your Search in a Report

    yuppie Consumer and offering recommendation on the design of the Dodge Viper. Your recommendations should aid Daimler Chrysler in achieving what they seek a new image for the Viper that is attractive to the yuppie market and that helps them outperform the competition in the performance car market. 1. Frequency distribution: Run a frequency distribution for each variable and show bar graphs of the first three variables. 2. Cross – tabulations : Group brand preference as low, medium, and high under

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  • Chinese Real Estate Market

    China Real Estate Market Cools Down The article “China Real Estate Market Slumps In Early September” I found on capitalvue.com briefly describes in early September, housing price of some metropolitans, especially Shanghai, Beijing has declined sharply and the units have been traded declined significantly as well. For instance, new home transaction in the first 12-day period in Beijing in September is only 135 units, which is the lowest number since February. This current situation is really surprising

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  • Luxury Watches

    The Swiss Luxury Watchmaking Industry A general overview and a closer look at the celebrity endorsement and sponsorship communication strategy used by the leaders. Karine Gautschi January 2005 HEC Lausanne – Hautes Etudes Commerciales, MIM – Master of International Management Thesis Director, MIM: Professor Stéphane Garelli Expert, Omega: Jean-Pascal Perret Table of Contents 1 2 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................

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  • Paradox of an Luxury Online Presence

    online presence for luxury brands By Florian Risch Introduction Not all that long ago online retailing was a very uncommon distribution channel for the luxury industry. To many luxury managers, there was no space for luxury products on the world wide web and therefore have been hesitant to move online. Notable international brands such as Versace and Prada did not have corporate websites until 2005 and 2007, respectively1. They mainly feared that selling online and luxury contrasted strongly

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  • Influence of Chinese Culture on World Markets

    Influence of Chinese Culture on World Markets China has one of the largest populations in the world, it stands to reason cultural beliefs and trends would hold sway with many of the major manufacturers who sell internationally. Markets such as music, movies, television and video games are all affected by the preferences of one of the largest consuming countries on Earth. If a certain type of movie is popular the time, it’s only reasonable that the movie producers would cater to that. The influences

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  • Nike and Adidas -- Two Catfishes in Chinese Sport Equipments Market

    kind new products to Chinese market. On the other side, after 2007, with more and more Chinese basketball player near NBA and the downturn of Chinese football, basketball gradually replaced football and became the No.1 sport among teenagers. A group brands who use basketball equipments as the core grow rapidly, such as Anta and Peak, and the iconic sport brand LiNing. Each company increase investment in areas of product innovation, R&D and marketing…Chinese sport equipments market became more competitive

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