Syndicated Luxury Market Research Studies On The Giftware, Jewelry, Art And Wall Decor, Tabletop, Outdoor Living And Decorating, And Other Consumer Markets
Read our articles, surveys, reports and luxury tracking study on the luxury market, brands, marketers, lifestyle, affluent customers, luxury shoppers, trends, qualitative and quantitative market research and analysis to learn about brand preferences, shopping habits, and attitudes of luxury consumers. Then turn these insights into actionable strategies to reach high spending consumers.
Many articles are written by Pamela N. Danziger, an internationally recognized expert specializing in consumer insights for marketers targeting the affluent consumer. Pamela is president of Unity Marketing, a marketing consulting firm that specializes in consumer insights, especially for marketers and retailers that sell luxury goods and experiences to the masses or the 'classes'. She is also an advisory board member of Par Excellence Magazine.
Unity Marketing survey of luxury consumers and their use of the Internet underscores its vital role as a resource for luxury purchases
It is likely to be a "Cyber Christmas" for luxury shoppers this year as more affluent shoppers turn to the Internet to do their shopping. In the latest survey of luxury consumers' spending and purchase behavior, Unity Marketing found that the Internet ranked as one of the top three shopping venues in 12 out of 14 luxury goods categories.
“Just how important the Internet is to luxury shoppers is remarkable in light of the fact that the Internet accounts for less than 10 percent of all retail dollars spent," says Pam Danziger, president of Unity Marketing and author of Shopping: Why We Love It and How Retailers Can Create the Ultimate Customer Experience.
New Research Study Will Answer Your Most Pressing Questions About How To Use The Internet Especially Social Media To Connect With Your Target Luxury Customer And Build Your Luxury Brand
Users of the popular iPhone are accustomed to turning to their phones to manage every portion of their lives, using it to find driving directions, play games, and even function as a flashlight. So, luxury brand Ralph Lauren decided to meet affluent fashion customers where they live, designing a free iPhone app that allows users to scroll through items from their most recent Fashion Week shows and peruse selections from Ralph Lauren‚s current collections.
A New Trend Report Provides Predictions For The Luxury Travel Market Through 2011
The long-range forecast for the luxury travel sector now through 2011 is mixed -- Bright and sunny for travel providers catering to the pleasure market, with storms and changing winds ahead for marketers that rely primarily on the business travel segment. This according to a new trend report published by Unity Marketing entitled Forecast for Luxury Travel Through 2011: A Luxury Trend Report. It is based upon the results of a survey conducted in October 2-7, 2010 among 1,067 affluent consumers (avg. income $228,800).
Unity Marketing's Research Suggests Great Ideas For Christmas Gifting This Year
Predictions for holiday gift sales this year are grim. Most analysts expect the retail trade to see sales declines of one-to-two percent this year, making for two straight years of sales declines.
Even the traditionally free-spending affluent consumers with incomes in excess of $100,000 are going to hold tight on spending this holiday season. Unity Marketing's latest survey of 1,067 affluent luxury consumers (avg. income $228,800) conducted October 2-7, 2009 found that nearly 90 percent expect to spend the same (50 percent) or less (38 percent) on holiday gifts this year as they did last year. Only 11 percent of affluent shoppers say they are going to spend more.
New Research Study Will Answer Your Most Pressing Questions About How To Use The Internet And Social Media To Connect With Your Target Luxury Customer And Build Your Luxury Brand
Perhaps the rising power of social media to connect with luxury consumers was best expressed by Dolce & Gabbana in who they invited to sit in the first row at thedesigners'runway show in Milan last month. The heads of luxury retailing giants Neiman Marcus and Saks 5th Avenue were ousted from their front row seats byInternet bloggers Scott Schuman from Sartorialist, Garance Dore and Bryan Boy, according toWoman's Wear Daily.