Luxury consumers prefer experiential purchases to wearables

Published:  10 January, 2017

A report has revealed that the personal luxury goods market was largely flat in 2016, declining from €251 billion in 2015 to €249 billion in 2016, revealing a “new normal” where consumers tend to favour personal experiences as opposed to physical product purchases, with the exception of the automotive market.

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