38 reports

Lacoste SA in Luxury Goods (Philippines)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

The company is expected to maximise its potential as one of the biggest luxury brands in the Philippines through extensive communication of its vast product portfolio. Through this, Lacoste SA is seen to increase in the support not only of its sports-inspired and famous polo shirts and apparel, but also of its leather goods, footwear and fragrances....

115 131 94
Jan 2017

Club 21 (Thailand) Co Ltd in Luxury Goods (Thailand)

4 pages • By Euromonitor International

Club 21 Thailand is expected to continuously employ an integrated marketing strategy to maintain its leading position as a multi-label boutique with over 30 brands in the Thai market. The company is interested in introducing new brands into its portfolio of luxury branded products categorised as Club 21 Women, Club 21 Men, Club 21 Accessories...

115 131 94
Dec 2016

Gucci Group (Hong Kong) Ltd in Luxury Goods (Hong Kong, China)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Gucci Group belongs to a leading luxury conglomerate owning a number of well-established luxury brands. The luxury brand is present in Hong Kong as Gucci Group (Hong Kong) Ltd and is among the favourite luxury goods brands present in Hong Kong market and mainland China. Although the sluggish economic environment significantly negatively affected...

115 131 94
Dec 2016

Valiram Group in Luxury Goods (Malaysia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

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...

115 131 94
Dec 2016

Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A. - Company Profile and Financial Analysis

36 pages • By GlobalData

Summary Canadean's "Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A. - Company Profile and Financial Analysis" contains in depth information and data about the company and its operations. The profile contains a company overview, key facts, major products and services, financial ratios, financial analysis, mergers and acquisitions, recent developments,...

90 99 77
Oct 2016

Ralph Lauren Corp in Luxury Goods (World)

37 pages • By Euromonitor International

Ralph Lauren has overtaken LVMH to become the world’s leading designer apparel and footwear (ready-to-wear) player. This profile analyses Ralph Lauren’s strategic efforts to elevate its brand identity, diversify its product offer and address the weaknesses in its geographic profile. Euromonitor International’s Ralph Lauren Corp in Luxury...

460 524 377
Jul 2016

Global Luxury Goods Trends Report

43 pages • By Euromonitor International

The global luxury goods industry in 2016 looks set to continue to rise only slowly, with headline growth remaining disappointing. The industry will face mounting risks this year with slowdowns in key emerging markets. At the same time, luxury brands and retailers will continue to seek ways to expand their portfolios driving up investment in...

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Apr 2016

Burberry Group Plc in Luxury Goods (United Kingdom)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Burberry Group has focused heavily on accessories in recent years, and has seen growth in this area. Looking forward it will focus attention on underdeveloped categories, such as men’s and beauty products, with the aim of driving substantial growth. The company is also interested in building an ethical culture, with a focus on increasing social...

115 131 94
Apr 2016

Mulberry Group Plc in Luxury Goods (United Kingdom)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Mulberry Group will continue to focus on offering affordable luxury products, as witnessed in 2015, continuing to move away from the high-priced items which failed to break into the top end market during 2014, resulting in a loss of sales. The brand will focus on developing a mixture of strong classic and contemporary designs, with the appointment...

115 131 94
Apr 2016

Hermès International SCA in Luxury Goods (World)

40 pages • By Euromonitor International

Hermès is the acme of luxury for most aspirational consumers, with its iconic Birkin bags selling for as much as US$200,000. The company’s old-fashioned business model, with in-house production still largely based in France and a cautious approach to retail, has helped preserve exclusivity. It is increasing its focus on the US, as markets...

460 524 377
Mar 2016

Prada SpA in Luxury Goods (World)

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Prada SpA, operator of the Prada and Miu Miu brands, has impeccable fashion credentials, derived in large part from its joint CEO and head designer Miuccia Prada. However, an aggressive retail expansion strategy, a shift upmarket and a focus on high ticket leather goods has left the company stranded, as market conditions in its key Asia Pacific...

460 524 377
Mar 2016

Birks Group Inc in Luxury Goods (Canada)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Birks Group Inc has changed its direction and implemented changes that are intended to position the jeweller as more appealing to Generation X consumers, affluent millennials and international luxury customers in Canada. In addition to revamping its store and brand identity within the country, the company has also developed 16 new higher-end...

115 131 94
Feb 2016

Burberry Group Plc in Luxury Goods (World )

49 pages • By Euromonitor International

UK-based Burberry Group Plc thrived over the review period, combining its ultra-traditional British classic trench coat with a far-sighted digital marketing strategy and a focus on millennial luxury consumers to drive sales. However, adverse market conditions in a number of its key markets, notably Asia Pacific, present the company with a...

460 524 377
Feb 2016

LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA in Luxury Goods (World)

41 pages • By Euromonitor International

LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SA (LVMH) is the world’s largest luxury goods operator, with a broad portfolio of brands including Moët & Chandon, Bulgari and, above all, Louis Vuitton, its main revenue generator. Over-confident retail expansion and worsening economic conditions in key merging markets saw sales slow in 2014; however, a rapidly...

460 524 377
Feb 2016

Coach Taiwan Co Ltd in Luxury Goods (Taiwan)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Coach Taiwan targets young people with affordable luxury goods. Instead of expanding its outlets, Coach focuses on renewal for current outlets in cooperation with shopping malls to increase selling spaces. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company....

115 131 94
Jan 2016

Louis Vuitton (Thailand) Co Ltd in Luxury Goods (Thailand)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Louis Vuitton (Thailand) Co Ltd continues to be the sole importer and distributor for Louis Vuitton and other brands in its portfolio. The company is likely to maintain its exclusivity and luxury positioning in Thai luxury goods. Due to its strong brand awareness amongst Thai consumers, the company attempts to satisfy its target customers’...

115 131 94
Jan 2016

Prada Taiwan Ltd in Luxury Goods (Taiwan)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Prada Taiwan is not expected to expand in the short term as sales in the Asia region have not thrived. Expansion at this moment would increase the company’s burden to sustain itself in the market. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company. Discover...

115 131 94
Jan 2016

Saleh Al Hamad Al Mana Group in Luxury Goods (United Arab Emirates)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Following its global strategic direction in the United Arab Emirates, Saleh Al Hamad Al Mana Group is trying to capitalise on its existing diverse product range by adding services such as personal shopping assistance and made-to-measure services in women’s and men’s ready-to-wear categories. Known around the world for its luxury leather bags...

115 131 94
Jan 2016

Kering SA in Luxury Goods (World)

36 pages • By Euromonitor International

Kering SA is a relative newcomer to luxury, arriving with a bang in 1999 with its acquisition of Gucci. Following an acquisition race with leading luxury player LVMH and the disposal of mass-market retail brands including Fnac and La Redoute, it ranked third in the global luxury goods market in 2014. However, it remains overly dependent on...

460 524 377
Jan 2016

Gucci SpA in Luxury Goods (United Arab Emirates)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Gucci in the United Arab Emirates plans to continue focusing on higher value products, as well as achieving higher penetration. In 2014, in the United Arab Emirates, the company operated via five dedicated Gucci stores as well as a specialised store for childrenswear and footwear. On a global scale, Gucci is investing in extending its offerings,...

115 131 94
Jan 2016

Patio Bullrich SA in Luxury Goods (Argentina)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Patio Bullrich continues struggling with increasing vacancy rates as luxury global brands left the country and below-average transactions in its rented stores due to a contracting flow of inbound tourists. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction taken by a company....

115 131 94
Dec 2015

OrotonGroup Ltd in Luxury Goods (Australia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

OrotonGroup’s strategy involves repositioning Oroton as a luxury attainable brand, and reducing discounting. The company posted a decline in sales following heavy discounting activity, and aims to revive sales through higher average selling prices. Over the forecast period OrotonGroup is expected to focus on: enhancing its store concepts;...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Boucheron SAS in Luxury Goods (Russia)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Boucheron’s goal is to further strengthen its leading position in Russian luxury goods. The future plans and expected direction of the company include promotion of leading brands to increase sales and revenues, focusing marketing efforts on major brands. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Cosas Nuestras SA in Luxury Goods (Argentina)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

The company is restructuring its retail channel strategy and is focused on achieving a share of internet sales of 5% of total revenues, with the wholesale channel to account for an additional 4% of revenues in the medium term. Euromonitor International Local Company Profiles are a concise set of briefings detailing the strategic direction...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Carrera y Carrera SA in Luxury Goods (Spain)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Carrera y Carrera, which started as a traditional craftsman jewellery manufacturer in the local market, is now an international reference amongst jewellery brands, renowned as one of the 30 most prestigious jewellery firms in the world. Its uniqueness and savoir-faire led the brand to become iconic in luxury jewellery, with imaginative designs...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

McGregor Fashion Group NV in Luxury Goods (Netherlands)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

McGregor is investing in expanding its brand presence in Europe and other markets around the world, including the US and Asia. The company is set to continue supporting its mainstream brands McGregor and Gaastra, expanding its range of products to also include lines for women and children. The company intends to raise awareness of key brands...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

La Martina SA in Luxury Goods (Argentina)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

La Martina expects to grow 60% in value through an expansion of its presence in the country through the opening of 15 stores over the next three years, both owned and franchised. In Argentina, the brand seeks to promote apparel sales through a new product line named “Blue Tag”, launched in 2014, with a variety of tailoring and urban elegance...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Sjöö Sandström Sweden AB in Luxury Goods (Sweden)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Sjöö Sandström continues to target high-ranking businessmen and women as its core consumer base, whilst attempting to increases availability through a wider network of resellers of luxury timepieces around Sweden. The traditional production of mechanical watches and innovation will continue to be the core direction of the company over the...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Bottega Veneta in Luxury Goods (Indonesia)

2 pages • By Euromonitor International

Bottega Veneta is slowing down the pace of store openings to preserve exclusivity, and plans to focus on enlarging and improving the performance of its existing stores. Bottega Veneta will focus on enlarging existing spaces, mainly in top fashion capitals and where the brand could tap demand from emerging market tourists, the biggest buyers...

115 131 94
Dec 2015

Paradise Group Sp zoo in Luxury Goods (Poland)

3 pages • By Euromonitor International

Paradise Group will continue to focus on the development of its portfolio of luxury brands. The company will face fierce competition from other luxury brands entering Poland over the forecast period. Therefore, Paradise Group will concentrate on cost optimisation, lowering margins and increasing customer service in its existing locations....

115 131 94
Dec 2015