Tag: U.S.

China’s Luxury Travel Apps (Finally) Explained

by Cindy Choo

With a completely unique digital playground, any travel and hospitality brand needs to engage with their affluent Chinese customer according to their App-based, mobile preference.

Players in the hospitality or travel sector should already realise the importance of Chinese travellers – Chinese tourists made 130 million overseas trips in 2017, with total spending amounting to US$115 billion, according to a report from China Tourism Academy, and the number is projected to jump to 390 million in the next decade.

A survey in 2017 revealed that 95 per cent of Chinese millennials had not bought print media in the last year. China is the global leader in proximity mobile payment adoption, accounting for 61.2 per cent of the worldwide user base in 2018.

So who are the key players in sales, marketing, reviews and content platforms that engage Chinese luxury travellers? Continue reading “China’s Luxury Travel Apps (Finally) Explained”

5 Ways U.S. Luxury Brands Have Won in China

By Lauren Hallanan

While there is no one-size-fits-all China market strategy, there appear to be five common approaches for U.S. brands to reach Chinese consumers. Several U.S. brands including Tiffany & Co, Estée Lauder and Michael Kors, have made a name for themselves in China’s growing luxury market. The Luxury Conversation Survey on U.S. brands revealed clear adoration for various brands and travel destinations. How have they each achieved this? Continue reading “5 Ways U.S. Luxury Brands Have Won in China”

The Luxury Conversation Briefing in New York, with U.S. Luxury Survey Results

If luxury brands want to succeed in China over the long-term, they must focus on Chinese Millennials.

To gain more understanding of this premise and to go deeper into the issue, The Luxury Conversation hosted a Briefing in February 2018, at The Mark Hotel in New York City. The U.S. event followed up on the recent successful London Briefing.

Speaking to a room full of guests from top global brands, agencies and media was Chloé Reuter, Founder and CEO of Reuter Communications (and co-Founder of The Luxury Conversation), with guest speakers Ketty Maisonrouge and Richard Chen.

Ahead of this invitation-only event, The Luxury Conversation conducted a survey of Chinese consumers’ preferences and idea about luxury shopping and travel in U.S., so that glean their true views and opinions. Continue reading “The Luxury Conversation Briefing in New York, with U.S. Luxury Survey Results”