Luxury Insights China

Reading Luxury Insights China is like having an expert member of staff to brief me for an hour each month about the Chinese luxury market and its consumers. The opinions and factual data it contains help to stimulate my thoughts as to the ways we address this critical market. Excellent!

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Luxury Insights China:

At the peak of the boom in the luxury market in China we realised that unlike those of us living in the country experiencing the variations of this sector, luxury industry leaders globally needed a regular and impartial report covering the rapid changes as part of their learning and strategy development thinking. As a result, we introduced Luxury Insights China (LIC) issuing a monthly report to our subscribers for five years until the market became more stable and changes less frequent and we felt that the period of big news had past.

Luxury Insights China is no longer issued, but we still operate and monitor the luxury sector constantly and provide our research and analytical skills to clients from around the globe to assist in pre market entry, the practical aspects of consumer acquisition and as importantly understanding of the travelling Chinese luxury consumer. Our knowledge and expertise grew dramatically during the Luxury Insights China years, and continues to develop today.

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Click to download the full LIC report containing these contents   The Chinese consumer is a fickle thing at the best of times; sometimes cautious, yet with a herd instinct that overrides individual considerations if ...

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 On Aug. 6th, the Japanese media reported that luxury stores are moving back to Japan, as the opening of first floor luxury stores in Ginza peaked in 2014. ...

Click to download the full report When most other brands decreased their prices in the Chinese market, Tiffany surprisingly announced a price increase of 10% in both China and the U.S. on August 26th. ...

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 ...

Click to download the full report I had an interesting conversation recently about luxury, or to be precise the definition of luxury. The challenge being that, depending where you stand and look at it, ...

You will have read in previous issues of Luxury Insights China about the price of luxury cars and the government regulations that were not well thought through, that have in fact been the reason that prices were allowed to be ...

Anti corruption activities and greater spending on luxury products and services have hit the premium and luxury sectors in Mainland China over recent years, but as they say, 'every cloud has a silver lining' and one cloud in particular that ...

In this month’s Tan Lun, ahead of the Golden Week holiday period in China we comment on what in fact is the talk of the international press, the fact that Chinese luxury consumers are younger than their international counterparts and ...

In a country like China, presumption and assumption are difficult states of mind to adopt if you want to be successful; particularly because nothing is ever clear in communication with the Chinese unless it is explicit and often its not. ...