LuxuryLab Daily Digest

Posted by Lauren Proctor on October 2, 2009

Valentino Owners Say Company Will Survive Recession (New York Times)
The finances of the Valentino fashion house will withstand the economic crisis, according to a partner in Permira, the private equity fund that owns the group.

The Future of Social Shopping (eMarketer)
Paul Dunay is global managing director of services and social marketing at Avaya and author of “Facebook Marketing for Dummies.” He talks to eMarketer about the future of social commerce as it shapes up on brand Websites, Facebook and Twitter.

Luxury Brands Must Brush Up Service to Succeed (Fashion Mag)
Creating a craving for that designer handbag or that trendy watch isn’t enough to get customers to whip out their credit cards, but treating them well certainly can, an expert on luxury brands says.

Lexus, BMW, Porsche September U.S. Sales Rise From Weak 2008 (Bloomberg)
Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus, Bayerische Motoren Werke AG’s BMW and Porsche SE posted increases in September U.S. sales as the makers of luxury autos benefited from weak year-earlier comparisons.

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