Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2016

Perspectives

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2016

Disciplined innovation

The third annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report identifies the world’s top 100 largest luxury goods companies and analyses them from multiple perspectives. It also looks at industry trends, M&A activity, and the conditions within the global economy.

Global luxury brands need to respond smartly to new key market forces and raise their game when serving the evolving expectations of the luxury consumer, according to the third annual Global Powers of Luxury Goods report issued by Deloitte Global.

Key findings from the report include:

  • Discipline by design: luxury’s new normal will create opportunities for the luxury goods sector
  • Demand for luxury goods still growing profitability
  • Italy is once again the leading luxury goods country in terms of number of companies

Download a copy of the Global Powers of Luxury Goods report and gain an insight into the key forces shaping the luxury market.

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2016

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2014

This first edition of the report focused on four broad categories of luxury goods – designer apparel, handbags and accessories, fine jewelry and watches, and cosmetics and fragrances. It identified the 75 largest luxury goods companies around the world, and examined the trends shaping the sector. It also provided an outlook for the global economy, an analysis of market capitalisation, an overview of M&A activity, and a discussion of key topics, in particular the impact of the digitally empowered consumer.

Global Powers of Luxury Goods 2014
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