Avery Booker

May 26, 2022

Should luxury brands reduce their dependence on China?

For luxury brands, taking the current Covid-impacted softness in mainland China as a cue to reduce exposure to the market is the wrong approach.

Dec 5, 2021

Could China’s short drama boom create lucrative IP?

Short dramas are racking up hundreds of millions of views on China's video platforms, but producers are grappling with how to sustainably monetise the format.

Nov 24, 2021

In China, luxury must bridge digital and physical ...

In-person events must adapt to the demands of younger Chinese consumers, who increasingly demand immersive and engaging content from luxury brands.

Sep 22, 2021

Why China’s war on celebrities could actually ...

Beijing's ongoing crackdown on celebrity and fan culture has seen brands searching for ambassadors who are less likely to attract controversy, such as subject matter experts, athletes, and mature influencers.

May 31, 2021

As brands produce more content, production houses ...

High-quality branded content offers a way to convey brand messaging via streaming platforms such as Netflix that generally don’t allow traditional advertising.

May 4, 2021

Why livestreaming may not be for every luxury brand

While ecommerce livestreaming is likely to see explosive growth at the lower end of the market, it may ultimately be less influential in driving luxury sales.