Singles Day breaks all records – again

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Alibaba, the inventor of Singles Day, as a commercial event (now officially called “Global Shopping Festival“) announces ever increasing sales on 11th November each year; the sky seems the limit. Last year’s record of 120.7 billion yuan (17.8 billion US … Read More

Can Outlet Malls Bring Value to Luxury Brands?

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An Outlet Empire Builds On Chinese Travelers Many people would associate outlets with old, cheap, discounted merchandise and remote locations. Discount labels seem to be a comfortable fit for outlet shopping malls, but the outlet empire built by Value Retail is … Read More

Hurun Report Reveals Major Factors Demanded by China’s Luxury Travelers From Agencies

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As China’s luxury travel and tourism industry takes off, a wide array of travel agencies have sprung up to compete for a slice of this massive market. The fierce competition in this field has made it imperative for service providers to truly understand … Read More

Asians ditch hotels for luxury homes, yachts and tree houses

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As luxury travel diversifies in the region, we look at unique retreats from Asia’s hectic crowds Non-hotel accommodation (NHAs) is growing in popularity among Asian travellers as homes become exclusive alternatives to hotel rooms, a new study shows. The Travel&Tech … Read More

High-End Malls in Top Cities Are Where the Chinese Go to Buy Luxury, Offline

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Luxury brands should expand their store networks in China’s first-tier cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen because shopping malls there are where the country’s wealthy people really go to spend money on luxury goods. The Chinese site Fashion Note compared … Read More

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