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Click to download the full LIC report containing these contents A single push notification from a WeChat account (WeChat is the most popular texting, voice messaging app in China), without wide publicity, marked the ...

Click to download the full report On August 3rd, China's first Gucci crossover restaurant '1921 Gucci' opened in the Shanghai iAPM. Initially the 600 m2 restaurant was one of the hottest dining locations in ...

Click to download the full report Comparing prices and purchasing discounted products that are not available elsewhere are two fundamental characters of the Chinese consumer, which is why purchasing overseas and in particular in ...

International luxury brands get involved in the Chinese real estate industry On December 2013, the Italian luxury brand Tonino Lamborghini announced that they were preparing to enter the Chinese high-end real estate industry. Dr. Gong, chief representative of Tonino Lamborghini Asia-Pacific ...

Taiwan pawnshop company cooperates with Central University of Finance and Economics to establish the luxury appraisal degree In recent times, luxury consumers in Mainland China have gradually begun to accept second-hand luxury products, ...

Is luxury e-commerce now acceptable? At present, O2O and B2C luxury e-commerce sites have developed a little in China and more international e-commerce companies have begun to increase their involvement in China. The ...

Luxury brands start to sponsor Chinese dramas It is not uncommon for Chinese TV audience’s to see a wide variety of luxury goods in Korean TV dramas shown on their TV channels, for ...

Prada January 21st, Prada Group Vice Chairman Carlo Mazzi said that Chinese consumers are now buying luxury goods everywhere in the world, and that the group was especially strong in tourism consumption. He concluded that rather than focus on the Chinese ...

Lafayette is back in town On 18th October, the Galeries Lafayette opened its first store in China in the Xidan area of Beijing, a return after a 15 year absence. The new building ...

The summer period is traditionally slow for luxury retailers in China, and this year is slower than most according to some of those managing in the sector. Typically during August and September new stores begin to open in preparation for ...

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