In challenging times, how can brands stay ahead in the world’s largest luxury market? That was the question posed at our Luxury Conversation talk, held at Harrods, London, on the 7th of February in front of an invitation-only audience of senior figures at leading global brands, groups and media. Continue reading “A Pivotal Year for Luxury in China: The Luxury Conversation in London, Feb 2019”
With 2018 sales figures of luxury brands demonstrating successful growth and 45% of luxury spending set to come from China by 2025, the region still represents the largest opportunity for luxury brands.
Yet with a shifting economic landscape and new, fragmented consumer demographics, what must luxury brands know in order to win? Continue reading “London Breakfast Briefing, Feb 7th: China’s Pivotal Year Ahead and How Luxury Brands Can Win in Challenging Times”
By Amanda Lim
Chinese luxury consumers are seeking out natural and organic personal care products for the sake of safety, and the allure of prestige.
Along with the rising trend towards eco-friendliness, health and wellness in Chinese society, the demand for “clean” beauty products will continue to rise, said Lee Folland, Head of Research at Reuter Communications, a luxury intelligence, digital, communications and marketing agency. Continue reading “Safety and Prestige Driving Natural and Organic Beauty Demand in China”
By Nick Cakebread
It appears the bear is loose, as forecasts are pointing to a global recession, and to some, China is just the right size to blame. Continue reading “Sorry Apple, China Luxury Sector Remains Strong Thanks to Domestic Consumer Demand”
This article was first published on Luxury Daily
Earlier this month, ILTM China arrived in Shanghai. The first specifically China-focused iteration of the event came after strong demand for a dedicated Chinese version, with the market now too large to be just part of ILTM Asia. Because in case you missed it, Chinese outbound and domestic travel is booming.
There’s a high chance that, after China’s ‘Golden Week’ of national holidays at the start of October, you read that hundreds of millions of Chinese people travelled here, there and everywhere. These big numbers make for easy headlines, yet mean very little. Continue reading “How Green is the New Gold for Luxury Chinese Travellers”
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”
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.
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”
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.
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”
Sometimes the hyperbole is justified. While headline statements can be guilty of lazily inserting top-shelf buzz such as game-changer, disruptor or next-gen for their tabloid effect, the talks at China Connect warrant the provocative wordage.
An event with talks that were both interesting and presented with aplomb, China Connect Shanghai 2018 brought together experts from a broad variety of fields. Here are some of the more eye-catching statements from the day. Continue reading “5 Disruptive Statements from China Connect Shanghai 2018”