Why luxury brands no longer give China’s online marketplaces the cold shoulder

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The world’s biggest luxury brands are increasingly jumping into China’s US$751 billion e-retail market The world’s biggest luxury brands have had a change of heart towards China’s online marketplaces, which they once saw as a no-win battleground of counterfeit sellers, … Read More

How Alibaba plans to win over luxury brands

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Alibaba, China’s largest e-commerce platform, is improving its services to make luxury brands feel at home on Tmall, its B2C marketplace for retailers. Brands with an image to protect have long been wary of the marketplace, which has been battling counterfeit … Read More

Luxury Brands: Innovation Is No Luxury, But A Necessity

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In the 2017 State of the Luxury Industry Study, sponsored jointly by Luxury Daily  and Unity Marketing, the over 600 industry insiders surveyed identified the need for innovation a critical business priority for 2017. Because of the rapidly changing consumer … Read More

Sydney, Melbourne luxury homes high on the list for expat investors

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The appreciating dollar and new taxes have not deterred overseas investors buying up luxury homes in Melbourne and Sydney, according to the latest Knight Frank Prime Global Cities Index. The report, for the second quarter of calendar 2017, tracks prime residential prices … Read More

Alibaba Unveils Exclusive Luxury Pavilion Courting Super-Wealthy Chinese Shoppers

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Calling All Super-Wealthy Tmall Customers Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group today launched the Luxury Pavilion, a brand new section within its business-to-consumer site Tmall for premium and luxury brands. The initiative is part of a broader bid, according to Alibaba’s news … Read More

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