14 reports

  • MARKET SIZE AND KEY TRENDS OF LUXURY GOODS IN EMERGING CITIES
  • KEY DRIVERS OF THE LUXURY GOODS MARKET IN EMERGING CITIES

Synopsis This report adopts a city-focused approach and looks at the market growth potential of 10 emerging cities for luxury brand expansion, as driven by the strong growth of HNWIs and UHNWIs living in cities, urbanization, the emerging middle class, and promising economic outlook. It provides an in-depth market analysis...

  • Luxury Goods
  • China
  • India
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • December 2016
  • STRATEGIC DIRECTION

The Valiram Group will focus on further expansion in Malaysia over the next few years. Aside from bringing more luxury brands into the country, the company also aims to open more luxury brand stores in Malaysia so as to strengthen its presence in luxury goods as a whole. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Market Competition
  • Valiram Group
  • December 2016
  • Luxury eyewear

Swatch Group will look to open more mono-brand stores in Malaysia as well as improve the distribution of its luxury timepieces through more jewellery and watch specialist retailers. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • Swatch Group
  • December 2016
  • LIST OF CONTENTS AND TABLES

Moët Hennessy Diageo is striving to strengthen its distribution network in Malaysia as well as import a wider range of fine wines/champagne and spirits into the country. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover key contact details,...

  • Champagne
  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • Moët Hennessy Diageo Malaysia Sdn Bhd
  • STRATEGIC DIRECTION
  • Summary 1 Full name of company:

The company' s focus is on the marketing, distribution and retail of Coach branded luxury goods nationwide.

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Market Competition
  • December 2015
  • Summary 2

Prada will focus on strengthening its presence in Malaysia through opening new boutiques located outside of Kuala Lumpur. Penang and Malacca are likely to be among the next locations for Prada’s new stores, due to the significant potential customer bases there. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Retail
  • Malaysia
  • Market Competition
  • Prada Group
  • April 2015

Starhill Gallery strives to maintain its leading luxury retailer position in Malaysia. The company is looking to include more world-class luxury brands as part of its retail plans in the near future. In addition, Starhill Gallery will put stronger effort into creating a high level of publicity by organising luxury events such as A Journey...

  • Hospitality
  • Luxury Goods
  • Tourism
  • Malaysia
  • Starhill Global REIT
  • April 2015
  • STRATEGIC DIRECTION

Prada is focusing on several stores operating in the highly popular luxury shopping destination, Kuala Lumpur. The company is not planning to open more new stores in the short term due to the highly fragmented luxury goods environment in Malaysia. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Prada Group
  • April 2015

Coach Inc aims to expand its presence in Malaysia by opening more flagship stores. The brand is diversifying its store location into smaller cities as Coach is positioned as an affordable luxury range. In addition, Coach is looking to increase the size of its stores since most of its newly opened outlets are two-storey flagship stores. Euromonitor...

  • Clothing Accessories
  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN MALAYSIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Physical Stores Dominate Distribution of Luxury Goods

Female consumers continue to be targeted by leading luxury leather goods brands in Malaysia. New product launches by luxury leather goods brands such as Louis Vuitton, with its new Masters II collection, and Prada mainly target women’s luxury bags and small leather goods, rather than men’s areas. Affordable luxury leather goods brands like...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN MALAYSIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Entry-level luxury car brands like Mercedes-Benz and BMW continue to enjoy strong attention from consumers in Malaysia. Middle-high income consumers are significantly attracted by entry-level luxury cars as a first step towards trading up from non-luxury car brands. The marketing and advertisement of entry-level price luxury cars brands...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • Mercedes Car Group
  • LUXURY GOODS IN MALAYSIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stronger Growth for Luxury Goods Resulting From Macroeconomic Factors

Luxury electronic gadgets remains a relatively small category in Malaysia, with very limited demand shown for these products. Consumers in Malaysia are not particularly attracted to luxury mobile phones, which is the only active category in luxury electronic gadgets in the country. Consumers are able to choose from a wide range of non-luxury...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • LUXURY GOODS IN MALAYSIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stronger Growth for Luxury Goods Resulting From Macroeconomic Factors

Products like luxury sun glasses and luxury costume jewellery are gradually coming to be seen as important fashion accessories by consumers in Malaysia. This is because they are generally more affordable and do not involve an excessively high cost for consumers, unlike some other luxury goods. However, the introduction of the GST by the Malaysian...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • Prada Group
  • LUXURY GOODS IN MALAYSIA - INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
  • Stronger Economic Growth Driving Demand for Luxury Goods

Luxury travel goods was not able to gain much attention from consumers in Malaysia during 2014, with the area posting current value growth of just 15% (vs. 18% in 2013). Branded travel goods such as luggage from signature brands like Louis Vuitton and Prada were unable to achieve outstanding results in 2014 as a result of the fact that consumers...

  • Luxury Goods
  • Malaysia
  • Demand
  • Prada Group