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The iconic British trench coat giant continues its turnaround news with a report of 20 percent sales growth in China, which was made possible due to some digital-heavy strategizing.
With an average length of stay of six days and an average daily spend of $174 per person, Chinese tourists are highly sought after by Bali tour operators and hoteliers.
When it comes to luxury spending at London's Heathrow Airport, Chinese tourists are clearly punching above their weight.
China's more seasoned, globetrotting tourist-shoppers aren't only showing up at London luxury landmarks. Increasingly, the most discriminating of the bunch are seeking out more innovative multi-brand retailers, specialized stores, and up-and-coming labels.
The emerging interest in brands less recognized in China has the potential to be very good for heritage brands in the UK.
This week, in our "Eye on London" series, Jing Daily will look at some of the brands, designers, hotels and restaurants in the London Luxury Quarter that are turning their attention to China's sophisticated, seasoned traveler.
In case you missed them the first time around, here are some of Jing Daily’s top posts for the week of June 18-22.
If there's one major complaint we hear time and time again from Chinese luxury consumers shopping at home, it's about the uneven and relatively low level of customer service at high-end boutiques.
With trips by Chinese outbound tourists expected to grow to 80 million trips this year, up from 70 million in 2011 and 57.4 million in 2010, destinations from Singapore to Spain continue to court this increasingly important and emerging demographic.
Things have changed. Chinese consumers can speak in their native language, Mandarin, and shop globally.