Emerging from a period of retrenchment, SIHH exhibitors are battling for the discerning, post-crisis consumer.
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Richemont, the maker of Cartier necklaces and IWC timepieces, reported lower wholesale revenue as it became more selective with its retail points, a sign the luxury house is cleaning up its distribution network after being forced to buy back unsold watches.
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Luxury group Kering says it intends to spin off a majority stake in sports apparel maker Puma by distributing the stake to its own shareholders.
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With assists from technology partners, including Alibaba, JD.com and WeChat, luxury brands including Ralph Lauren, Coach and Louis Vuitton are updating store experiences by linking online campaigns to in-store purchases, arming store employees with digital customer profiles and connecting store inventory to online purchases.
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Published on Jan. 12, 2018 under Analysis
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