Rethinking Luxury’s Democratic Dilemma

Dec 9—There is no denying that the concept of luxury is being turned on its head. While some have welcomed luxury’s newfangled democratic borders, there are those who question whether the industry has compromised more than it bargained for - dubbing it democratic luxury a disease. Melissa Wusaty offers an alternative perspective. Read More ▶

Commercial Conundrums: The Art of Saying No

Nov 25—Knowing when to say no can be an important attribute for senior business leaders, charged with the stewardship and protection of brands. So, what are some common scenarios where business owners would be wise to consider the brand implications of what might potentially be lucrative, short-term gains? Read More ▶

Black Friday Debrief: The Discounting Problem

Nov 18—Now that the dust has settled on Black Friday (weekend) and Cyber Monday and lots of numbers are flying around about performance - many of which are somewhat conflicting - we thought it important to throw in our two cents. Our concerns about the implications of the Black Friday shopping culture lie far beyond the boundaries… Read More ▶