Gianluca Brozzetti, the chief executive officer of Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli, is turning to wealthy shoppers in India.
Gitanjali Gems has revived talks with L Capital, the private equity arm of the world’s largest luxury group LVMH, for a strategic investment.
In his report, the director general of CCI found that DLF issued allotment letters, and apartment buyers' agreements were signed even before it got approvals.
The three companies had filed a joint notice on February 10, 2012 with the CCI under sub-section (2) of Section 6 of the Competition Act, 2002.
Luxury retailers are hiring people who can talk in local dialect, training staff in retail etiquettes to make customers feel at home and educate them on brands.
ICICI Prudential AMC and IL&FS Investment Managers are investing Rs 225 crore in Noida-based developer Amrapali for two separate projects in Noida.
Luxury industry facing shortage of trained manpower; Luxury Connect to bring in global luxury education to India
The company has tied up with SDA Bocconi School of Management, Italy to launch a luxury business management programme in India this April.
45% of residential projects launched before 2008 in NCR, Mumbai and Bangalore are delayed: PropEquity
Residential projects in the top three real estate markets in India are facing massive execution delays.
LVMH Watch & Jewellery, which sells Tag Heuer and others, plans to strengthen its focus on women by bringing in a bigger range of watches for women.
Xander Finance has invested Rs 70 crore in Ajmera group's office and retail project Times Square in Mumbai's Andheri East.
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