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24
Jan

As the tail of the dragon disappears over the horizon and the first signs of the snake begin to make its presence known, speculation rises as to whether the coming year, and in particular Chinese luxury consumption will again sustain sales and buoy the fortunes of luxury brands globally. As we had already predicted in November and others are now saying, the Chinese New Year and the party congress that follows ...

22
Jan

We might all assume that as a 7 star hotel the Burj Al Arab might not feel that it needed to target any one-consumer group because of its status and fame. لعبة سلوتس However, it appears that even the mighty Burj will work hard for the Chinese. It recently announced that to celebrate Chinese New Year, it would offer authentic Chinese dining, and music, and will light up ...

21
Jan

Adapt or die

Over recent weeks, we have seen the China phenomenon impact luxury sales around the world. Like a plague of locusts, Chinese shoppers buzz into town and quickly buzz out again, taking a trail of expensive purchases with them. And like all humans, they will learn from this experience and as a result change the way they do things the next time round. This holiday period may have seen many buy the ...

17
Jan

There may be those in the world who think, based on many media reports last year that the Chinese luxury market had taken a nosedive just because growth figures were single digit. As we are all aware, consumers spent much more on luxury whilst travelling than they did within the domestic market that saw many of the longer establish brands abandoned by consumers looking for new, and less ostentatious items. The ...

15
Jan

Owning a car in China is a necessity to support ones status, people see you in a car so the bigger and more famous as a brand name, the better. The middle classes want to demonstrate a belonging to the elite set, and although they may live in a modest (yet relatively expensive) home, the car is the symbol that epitomises current Chinese culture. كيفية لعب البوكر Going ...

11
Jan

Over the past few years, we have seen many stores around the globe add Chinese speaking retail staff to the team as a means to better handle the travelling Chinese consumers, and demonstrate to them a level of respect. This of course is a good first step, but it’s not the end of the story. Many things in China work very differently from those in the west, and consumer habits and ...

10
Jan

There has been talk recently in the media of Chinese consumers becoming more spontaneous, taking less time on the decision to purchase, or at least this is what the surveys indicate. My first reaction is to question whether this is so, given what were relatively poor year on year results for many of the best known brands in China, which would imply the opposite. العاب تربح جوائز حقيقية ...

09
Jan

After the Christmas holidays, there is a tendency for the media to look at the performance of retailers and find reasons for yet more trouble in the industry. قوانين البوكر بالصور In the past week, a number of international papers have included articles about China and luxury, and that the new President, Mr Xi wants to get his government officials more in touch with the people and how ...

08
Jan

If you ask a Chinese consumer where luxury products come from they will always say France and Italy. As one of the ‘P’s’ in marketing place has always been important, and in China international places are no less important. Both the French and Italian luxury sectors and their governments have spent many years establishing this image in the minds of the Chinese consumer, and in recent years it has paid ...

07
Jan

Men in China have always been the main source of revenue within the luxury sector here, whether they are buying for themselves, purchasing gifts for business associates, or using their credit cards to buy for the women in their lives. Chinese men have also been keen to take care of themselves, and this trend appears to be a growing. كازينو حي One only needs to watch men of ...

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