Tag: Event

Takeaways from Farfetch China – Alexis Bonhomme at the China Luxury Summit

The second round of the China Luxury Summit in 2018 was held in Shanghai last week, with highlights including Chloe Reuter – co-founder of The Luxury Conversation – speaking on China’s next-gen luxury travellers, affluent Chinese families.

Presenting insights and learning from Farfetch in China was VP Commercial, Greater China, Alexis Bonhomme, who spoke about the consumer, the successes and the challenges that Farfetch is facing, and key trends for where the market is heading into 2019. Continue reading “Takeaways from Farfetch China – Alexis Bonhomme at the China Luxury Summit”

Luxury Conversation Nights – Photo Gallery – 22 Nov at M Glam, Shanghai

A sincere thank you to everyone who made the first Luxury Conversation Nights an amazing evening, filled with energy and fun! 130 guests kept Glam jumping for hours, as everyone got into the spirit of meeting new people and making new connections.

Luxury Conversation Nights is the luxury industry mixer that brings people together to find new connections and new opportunities. Continue reading “Luxury Conversation Nights – Photo Gallery – 22 Nov at M Glam, Shanghai”

The Luxury Conversation ‘Nights’: Shanghai’s Luxury Industry Mixer, Nov 22, M Glam on the Bund

Mingle, meet and connect with top people from luxury brands, agencies and media at Shanghai’s sophisticated networking event at M Glam, on Thursday November the 22nd. Continue reading “The Luxury Conversation ‘Nights’: Shanghai’s Luxury Industry Mixer, Nov 22, M Glam on the Bund”

The Forbes China Nanjing Rd Forum – Development of International Business Districts

By Lee Folland

Timed this year to coincide with the China International Import Exhibition (CIIE), Shanghai’s central commercial district Jing’an held the 11th Forbes China Jing’an Nanjing Road Forum on November the 7th, entitled ‘The Development of Business District Under a New and Open Structure’.

Chloe Reuter, CEO of Reuter Communications and co-Founder of The Luxury Conversation, spoke at the event alongside government officials, businesses and representatives from leading business districts around the world. Continue reading “The Forbes China Nanjing Rd Forum – Development of International Business Districts”

5 Top Takeaways from ILTM China 2018: Luxury Chinese Travellers’ Evolving Expectations

The first China-specific edition of ILTM wrapped up last week, proving to be a genuinely successful event for connecting luxury travel brands with agencies and travel planners.

The Luxury Conversation partnered with ILTM to produce a China Insight Report – Next-Gen Luxury Travellers: Affluent Chinese Families.

Purchase that report here.

Having attended the keynote speech by Chloe Reuter, CEO of Reuter Communications and co-Founder of The Luxury Conversation, as well as the opening morning talks and event, we heard about key trends and ideas vital for any travel business to know. Continue reading “5 Top Takeaways from ILTM China 2018: Luxury Chinese Travellers’ Evolving Expectations”

China Insight Report: Next-Gen Luxury Travellers – Affluent Chinese Families

The travel hopes and dreams of one of the most important demographics for luxury hospitality globally are finally revealed in The Luxury Conversation’s China Insight Report:

Next-Gen Luxury Travellers: Affluent Chinese Families.

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Luxury Symposium, Hong Kong Nov 5: Greater Bay, a New Playground for Luxury Brands?

The Luxury Conversation is a partner of the French Chamber of Hong Kong’s Luxury Symposium, which will be on Monday November the 5th, 2018.

Join us at the recently opened K11 Atelier at Victoria Dockside for a half day conference + cocktail event, with key players from the luxury industry in Hong Kong.

The theme this time round is Greater Bay Area: a new playground for luxury brands? and will focus on the following main topics:

  • The Greater Bay Area project: What’s in store for Hong Kong?
  • Chinese travellers: How to engage them and retain them
  • New retail: Is tech the new black?
  • Sustainability: Transparency, traceability and the new consumer mindset

Speakers include:

  • Alexis Bonhomme, Farfetch China
  • Rob Koepp, The Economist Corporate Network
  • Cissy Chan, Hong Kong International Airport
  • Meili Lee, China Duty Free Group
  • Karlyn Adams, BSR
  • Charlotte Judet, Kering
  • Myriam Djela, Ipsos

Register on their website to attend.

SHFW: Fashion Trailblazers – Stories from the Frontline of Chinese Design

By Susan Owens

In Paris, Milan and London fashion designers are typically seen – but not heard. Their first priority is to sell clothes.

But in a new initiative during Shanghai Fashion Week (SHFW) three of China’s most successful designers shared their individual fashion journeys in a public forum, Fashion Trailblazers: Stories from the Frontline of Chinese Design.

The trio, Grace Chen (Grace Chen Couture); Hai Lin (Particle Fever) and Jianxia Yin (UOOYAA) all had one thing in common – commercial success. But that’s where their stories had ended. Continue reading “SHFW: Fashion Trailblazers – Stories from the Frontline of Chinese Design”

ILTM China x The Luxury Conversation: Travel Report – Affluent Chinese Families

Purchase the report here.

ILTM (International Luxury Travel Market) China will be in Shanghai on October the 31st to November the 2nd, 2018. This is the first dedicated Chinese edition of the world’s leading luxury travel-industry event, as the Chinese market is now so strong that the region warrants its own unique version.

At the event’s keynote speech on the 31st, Chloe Reuter, CEO & Founder of Reuter Communications and co-Founder of The Luxury Conversation will be presenting findings from a new travel report on Affluent Chinese Families.

The report, co-published by ILTM China and The Luxury Conversation, is produced by Reuter : Intelligence, the insights division of Reuter Communications. Continue reading “ILTM China x The Luxury Conversation: Travel Report – Affluent Chinese Families”