Armanis use of Facebook Messenger touts film project premiere - Luxury Daily
By Staff reports
March 3, 2017
NEW YORK Despite political and economic uncertainty, the global ultra-high-net-worth population continues to grow, with 6,340 new individuals added in 2016, according to Knight Franks 11th annual Wealth Report.
Italian apparel and accessories brand Giorgio Armani is hoping to make a dramatic impact with its third annual film project with the help of a special bot that goes beyond commerce.
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While mobile apps have been around for a while, we are really just scratching the surface when it comes to finding creative uses for them.
With the anti-graft campaign, luxury brands efforts to standardize global pricing, and continuous doubts regarding the authenticity of their goods, the daigou circle is desperate to prove the value of its existence, as well as retain and nurture loyal customers.Click here to read the entire story on Luxury Daily