Stuart La Brooy will join the beauty retail giant as VP of marketing in Southeast Asia and Oceania.
Growth continued, yet, in some cases, at a slower rate than earlier in the year.
LVMH is changing Tiffany’s by appointing new board executives and turning its iconic blue to yellow. Will these changes work for the American jeweller?
Rane Xue burnished Tag Heuer's image in China and now holds responsibility for its parent company, the $60 billion luxury giant LVMH, across Asia-Pacific.
The bellwether company reported revenue of €10.6 billion for the first quarter of 2020 late last week, down 15% compared to the same period in 2019.
"There is great potential for Tiffany in China" says LVMH chairman.
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