• Consumers Perspective
    , there are very few upscale shopping centers in which companies can showcase their luxury products alongside those of similarly chic retail neighbors. India even has a shortage of major department stores. The country's leading domestic chain, Pantaloon, has fewer than 100 outlets. Given such...
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  • Gucci
    global retailer of luxury, high quality fashion items: handbags, small leather goods and luggage, shoes, ties and scarves, RTW, watches and other personal items such as key chains, money clips, pens, etc. The strength of Gucci is in its established, very strong brand image and international...
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  • Gap Inc Company Analysis
    President, Europe and International Strategic Alliances. Responsibilities for this position include Gap, Inc.’s product development, retail operations and exploring new opportunities for growth. Tom Wyatt is the President of Old Navy, in charge of brand and stores in North America. David Zoba is the...
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  • Report
    increase to 53,000. By 2010, there will be 1,40,000 millionaires Retail management company KSA Technopak estimates the market for luxury and high-end clothing in India at Rs 1,000 crore and for accessories at another Rs 1,000 crore. In the past, brands like Liz Claiborne and Pierre Cardin entered Indian...
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  • LVMH Paper
    selective retailing; and a top tier position in perfumes and cosmetics, as well as watches and jewelry.3 Despite facing the toughest environment for the luxury goods industry since its founding over 15 years ago, the company delivered strong results for 2003, reporting a 30 percent increase in...
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  • Pandora
    imports brands that no other shopping malls carry in Thailand. There are wide selections of products based on categories in different floor level. On Level 1 showcases the concept: THE BEAUTY OF LUXURY. In ZEN, there are a range of Luxury International Designer Fashion, Bags, Accessories, Watches and...
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  • Industry Surveys
    the teen front, Hot Topic Inc., the teen lifestyle retailer, unveiled a new retail concept aimed at plus-sized teens and young women. Called Torrid, the first store opened in April 2001. The company operated 52 Torrid stores at 2003 year-end. Junior brands are now entering the plus-sized arena with...
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  • Bs Assignment
    Differentiated product line: Blue Nile offers a wide range of jewelry like rings, necklace, bracelet etc. but if the company will offer more products like gold plated wrist watches, designer hand bags and designer sunglasses which incorporate precious metals and stones then it will be able to increase its...
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  • Trends in Jewellery Market
    ). There are so many products that are branded toady, which a few years ago could never have been imagined. Today, in case of high-end luxury goods products (eg: watches, Perfumes) typically over 80 % of industry sales are accounted by the top ten brands. By contrast the diamond jewellery retail...
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  • Managers and Entrepreneur
    at International Facility Management Association * Davidson School of Education * Washington D.C. Metro This profile has been automatically generated based on publicly available information all around the web. If this is you, you can Take control of this profile. More about Yatedo Profiles...
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  • Sears Holdings Analysis
    discontinued lines from manufacturers and passing on the discounts to customers (Sears History, 2009). In 1888 the company published its first mail-order catalog. It was eighty pages long and contained both watches and jewelry. The catalog then grew to over three hundred pages by 1890. By this time the...
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  • Leather Goods
    . Brand Building 73 On an international dimension, the House wants to continue promoting itself as a luxury leather goods company. Therefore Delvaux will continue emphasizing its knowhow, craftsmanship, historic creativity and its origins. Delvaux published its first magazine in 2008. This magazine...
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  • Branding and Positioning of Chanel
    , jewelry and watches. There are more than 390 shops worldwide. Gucci, an Italian company based in Netherlands. The brand produces and retails handbags, other leather goods, shoes, ready-to-wear clothing, cosmetics, skincare, jewelry and watches. There are 425 Gucci stores worldwide. Louis Vuitton and...
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  • Lvmh Report
    distribution of products of luxury of high quality, including hand bags, luggage, leather goods, shoes, jewels and accessories. Gucci Group manages stores in clean on the principal international markets and also distributes its products in franchized stores, shops duty free, department stores and...
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  • Coach/Tiffany Financial Analysis
    , and decided to put its emphasis on jewelry. Over time, it has grown into more than 250 stores, with 9,800 employees, and is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Today, Tiffany is a high-end jeweler and specialty retailer. The single most important asset of the company is the Brand. The...
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  • Japan Luxury Market
    by a decisive margin (Exhibit 5). ƒ Digital marketing in Japan has far to go Even the executives we spoke to agreed with this. More than twothirds of them admitted that luxury brands have been “less successful” Exhibit 4: in capturing the changing behavior of consumers, and just 15 percent...
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  • Business
     particular on luxury goods, jewellery  and watches. He joined Cartier in 1969 and served as  Managing Director and Chairman of Cartier International.   Dr Cologni has also been closely involved with the Group’s  watchmakers: he served as Chairman of the Fondation   de la Haute Horlogerie from 2005 to 2010...
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  • Business Luxury 2011
    consultancy Bain & Company in Milan and lead author of an annual study on the industry, says these changes mean that luxury has made “a brilliant return to the retail stage, but the script has been rewritten”. Part of that change of script has come from a more vigorous return by consumers to...
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  • Louis Vuitton in Japan
    watches and jewelry. There were 50 plus luxury brands belonging to the group, which captured business in many countries. Louis Vuitton had been returning the favour to its parent company, as it represented the group’s best-performing brand due to continuous double-digit growth during the past years...
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  • Corporate History
    stores selling high-end jewelries are direct competitors to the company. Tiffany and Co. is one of the most dangerous competitors since it also targets men and sells engagement rings. Some online jewelries retailers are also dangerous competitors, such as diamonds.com, ice.com, and ashford.com...
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