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    #Promise intègre le cercle très fermé des experts d’Internal Consulting Group (#ICG)

    Promise, cabinet d’études et de conseil en stratégie de marque, devient l’un des 300 membres hautement qualifiés d’International Consulting Group (ICG).

    Ce réseau, qui rassemble de manière transnationale les meilleurs experts dans différents domaines (marketing, finance, gouvernance, gestion des risques etc…) a pour vocation de proposer aux entreprises des prestations de conseil de très haut niveau.

    VOIR LA PRESENTATION EN INFOGRAPHIE

    valerie jourdan, ceo, promise, etude, conseil, marque, marketing"Nous sommes ainsi très fier moins de 3 ans après la réunion des compétences de Panel On The Web et de Promise Consulting au sein d'une société unique Promise, dédiée aux prestations d'études et de conseil marketing de rejoindre un réseau de prestataires de très haut niveau. C'est l'assurance de démultiplier nos compétences tant en France qu'à l'International autour de notre savoir-faire : aider au développement des belles marques de nos clients." [Valérie Jourdan, CEO Promise]

    Internal Consulting Group : une approche inédite du conseil

    Depuis sa création en 2011, ICG rassemble des consultants en stratégie et management à haute valeur ajoutée, ayant chacun des compétences complémentaires et couvrant un très large spectre de secteurs d’activité et de métiers. Première plateforme globale de conseil aux entreprises (grands groupes ou PME), ICG propose une approche totalement novatrice du conseil : des missions menées par les meilleurs experts internationaux dans leur domaine, dotés d’une vision innovante de leur secteur et la constitution d’équipes dédiées, agiles, flexibles et réactives.

    Promise, membre actif du réseau ICG

    marketing, icg, conseil, etude, marquePromise, acteur de référence en étude et stratégie de marques, intègre la practice marketing de l’ICG. Philippe Jourdan, co-fondateur de l’entreprise, compte désormais parmi les experts d’ICG issus d’horizons divers, cabinets constitués ou consultants indépendants, partageant les mêmes valeurs d’ouverture, d’innovation, avec un fort esprit entrepreneurial.

    A propos d'ICG - Internal Consulting Group

    ICG a été créé en 2011 à Sydney par David Moloney, un consultant en stratégie spécialisé dans le secteur financier, associé à d’autres consultants. ICG fournit à ses clients, grands groupes ou PME, des prestations de conseil de très haut niveau. Les consultants en stratégie et management ainsi que les cabinets du réseau ICG peuvent y référencer leurs compétences, leurs capitaux intellectuels ainsi que leurs modules de formation. Les membres peuvent ensuite accréditer d’autres membres pour leur permettre de déployer leurs méthodes dans d’autres pays : pour intégrer le réseau ICG, chacun doit faire preuve d’une solide expérience de conseil, acquise dans de grands cabinets, et apporter de la valeur au réseau par son expertise ou son réseau professionnel. ICG compte actuellement plus de 300 membres, dont 40 en France. Le réseau est présent à ce jour dans 10 pays : Australie, Nouvelle Zélande, Singapour, Hong Kong, Etats-Unis (New York et San Francisco), Canada, France, Belgique, Royaume-Uni et Suède. L’objectif actuel est d’ouvrir des bureaux dans de nouveaux pays, notamment en Asie, Europe de l’Ouest ou Amérique du Sud.

    Site : http://internalconsulting.fr

    Twitter : @ICGrp

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    #Luxury brands are more vulnerable than ever to #crises

    From Simon Brooke, Mobile Marketer, March, 10, 2016

    It is not something that any company likes to think about, but crisis communications management should be near the top of the to-do list of every luxury brand this year.

    In the United States, fast food chain Chipotle’s continuing problems with a norovirus outbreak continue to leave a nasty taste in the mouth of consumers and with investors as shares fall. Across the pond, just one week into the New Year the head of the United Kingdom’s Environment Agency resigned following his managing of the floods crisis.

    Just two recent examples of an organization and an individual in deep trouble because of a crisis, but this has nothing to do with the luxury sector, though, surely? Unfortunately it has.

    Crises are hitting organizations and individuals more frequently and more harshly than ever before and it is only a matter of time before a luxury brand is engulfed in one.

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    #Americans Want Stronger Regulation Of #Cosmetics [#USA #regulation #beauty]

    This article pinpoints two important facts : American want stronger regulation of cosmetics in the US in order to protect beauty customers in their personal care but this also highlights a willingness for more protectionism of american skincare business in the US.

    WASHINGTON – A survey released today by the Mellman Group and American Viewpoint shows that voters overwhelmingly support stricter regulation of the chemical ingredients used in their personal care products.

    More specifically:  

    94 percent believe that companies should be required to notify the government when their products injure consumers.
    87 percent believe federal officials should have the authority to recall personal care products found to contain toxic chemicals.
    87 percent want stricter regulation of personal care products.
    74 percent are less likely to purchase products from companies that fight regulation.
     
    Almost two-thirds of likely voters want their cosmetics to be safe.
     
    A third are under the mistaken impression that the government has cleared most of the chemicals used in personal care products. 
     
    “These poll results show that Americans want to ensure that the personal care products they use each and every day are safe,” said Scott Faber, vice president of government affairs at EWG. “Few consumers have any idea how minimal the current regulation of chemicals is. No other class of products is so widely used, and in such large quantities, with so few safeguards.”

    There is very little regulation of the $60 billion-a-year personal care products industry. The federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act, which was supposed to guarantee the safety of cosmetics, is nearly 80 years old and falls far short of ensuring that cosmetics are safe.

    Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and Susan Collins (R-Maine) have introduced a bipartisan bill to close this regulatory gap. It would require companies to ensure that their products are safe before putting them on the market and give the Food and Drug Administration the tools it needs to protect the public. The legislation, titled the Personal Care Products Safety Act, would strengthen federal regulations that have remained largely unchanged since 1938, requiring the FDA to review five potentially risky cosmetics ingredients each year and giving it the agency authority to ban or restrict ingredients based on these assessments.

    This is the first time that federal legislation on this issue has earned the support of both consumer and industry groups including the Personal Care Products Council, leading cosmetic companies and major public health organizations.

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    Catch me if you can: Marketing to the new Chinese luxury shopper from @slierre [#china #luxury #shopper]

    With Chinese consumers massively shopping for luxury abroad and online, traditional marketing formulas have limited impact. It is time for luxury brands to rethink their go-to-market approach, putting digital at the core.

    Wei proudly shows her latest catch: a colorful textured leather mini handbag she bought during her last business trip to Paris. Wei epitomizes the shopper the whole luxury industry seems to be after at the moment: a start up entrepreneur from Hangzhou and representative of China’s ‘Cultured Youth’, she is both very success driven and hungry for culture.

    In fact, she is part of the upcoming generation of Chinese shoppers who are redefining luxury marketing through a triple change: structural change in the market dynamic, change in consumers attitude towards luxury and change in how they navigate the world through digital.

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    China's Top 10 Social Media [#chine #digital #marketing #communication]

    Publié sur Linkedinfluence.com, 12/02/2016

    1-TENCENT QQ

    QQ has the largest user base, with almost 1 billion active monthly users. It holds the world record for simultaneous connection to its platform with 210 million users connected at the same time on 3rd of July 2014 at 12:52pm.

    2- WECHAT

    WeChat has surpassed the simple functions of an ordinary communication platform, with users booking taxis, tables and flights, transferring money, making investments, shopping and much more. It has an innovative goal to connect everything.

    Over 8 billion “red envelopes” were sent over WeChat during Chinese New Year 2016. The app accommodated more online transactions over the Chinese New Year period than Paypal had throughout the entirety of 2015.

    3- SINA WEIBO

    Sina Weibo attracts the largest number of companies, organisations, public figures and celebrities, each desiring direct communication with consumers, it is often dubbed as “The Twitter of China”.

    4- BAIDU TIEBA

    Baidu Tieba plays host to online Chinese communities and is part of the Baidu group. Baidu is China’s most used and most influential search engine.

    5- DOUBAN

    Douban is the primary review based social network site in China. Chinese consumers are strongly influenced by personal recommendations and so content on this platform can largely impact brand/product credibility.

    6- TENCENT RENREN

    Renren is a classic platform, with almost 100 million active monthly users. It belongs to the first generation of Chinese social media, and was one of the first real-name registration social networking services in China. However due to the platform struggling to capitalise from this approach, it is steering towards becoming more of an online gaming portal.

    7- PENGYOU

    Pengyou (“friends” in English) is a Chinese social discovery website founded in 2010. It allows users to connect with other users and adopts a very Facebook-like approach to social networking.

    8- KAIXIN

    Kaixin is a Chinese social networking service with an audience demographic of white-collar city workers. Its integrated features include blogging, photo sharing, and gaming.

    9- DIANDIAN

    Diandian is a basic light blogging social community that enables users to post text, videos, images and other forms of content.

    10- JIAYUAN

    Jiayuan is a user-focused online dating platform in China.

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    Promise-BNP Exane Barometer on Luxury Brands in China : the Luxury International Press echoes results [#luxury #fashion #bnpexane #promiseconsulting]

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    Chanel most desirable brand among Chinese affluents: report
    调查显示香奈儿是中国有钱人最青睐的品牌

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    Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane. Hermès takes home top prize for exclusivity, which measures the consistent quality of goods, the brand’s prestige, the valuation of the brand’s customers and its ability to justify a high price point. Chinese consumers are generally becoming more sophisticated luxury consumers, making for tougher competition between labels for their attention and affection.

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    Chanel most desirable Brand among Chinese Affluents

    Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane.

    Hermès takes home top prize for exclusivity, which measures the consistent quality of goods, the brand’s prestige, the valuation of the brand’s customers and its ability to justify a high price point. Chinese consumers are generally becoming more sophisticated luxury consumers, making for tougher competition between labels for their attention and affection.

    Promise Consulting and BNP Exane’s “Exclusivity and Desirability Barometer” surveyed 600 women among the top 3 percent of households in China in September 2015, asking them about the 30 brands across ready-to-wear, footwear, leather goods and accessories which have made the most investments in communication in the market. This is a follow-up to a survey of French women conducted in May 2015.

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    Unicità, qualità e design spingono i brand in Cina. Hermès, Chanel e Prada tra i top

    Il tempo per sé, il rispetto per l'ambiente, l'unicità di un oggetto: la definizione di “lusso” può essere la più personale, ma difficilmente non includerà due aspetti, l'esclusività e la desiderabilità. Due concetti che i brand dell'alta gamma, come alchimisti, cercano di combinare in un equilibrio perfetto, armonizzando due necessità, quella di produrre sogni e ricavi. “Measuring Brand Exclusivity and Desirability - China ” è proprio il nome di un report pubblicato da Promise Consulting e da Bnp Exane, cha indaga quali sono i brand del lusso più esclusivi e desiderabili in Cina, mercato chiave dell'alta gamma: il campione preso in esame è stato di 607 donne fra i 18 e i 54 anni, residenti della Mainland China (che comprende Great China e Hong Kong), con un reddito medio mensile superiore a 20.000 yuan, (circa 2.700 euro), cifra elevatissima se si considera che il reddito medio dei cittadini cinesi nel 2015, secondo il China Statistics Bureau, è stato di 21.996 yuan all'anno.

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    Barometro Promise - BNP Exane "Esclusività e desiderabilità" 2015: le più ricche donne cinesi stilano una classifica dei brand del lusso

    Secondo alcuni, quando la Cina starnutisce, il resto del mondo si ammala, eppure i più grandi brand del lusso si stanno affermando in Cina, trasformandosi nei più esclusivi oggetti del desiderio delle ricche donne cinesi. Tuttavia la nostra classifica rivela anche una concorrenza ancor più forte, accentuata dalla crescente maturità dei clienti facoltosi. Questo barometro di Promise Consulting / BNP Exane stila una classifica dei 15 brand più esclusivi e desiderabili in Cina legati all'universo della moda femminile. Il Barometro è condotto tra le donne cinesi più ricche, e analizza i 30 brand del lusso di prêt-à-porter/borse/scarpe/accessori che hanno investito maggiormente nella comunicazione (fonte: Industry Interviews, Exane Paribas).

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    Louis Vuitton’s positive Chinese placement a result of slow, steady growth

    In the short term, French apparel and accessories brand Louis Vuitton is on pace to have the best momentum among luxury houses during the Year of the Monkey, per Exane BNP Paribas.

    Exane BNP Paribas’ “Chinese Luxury: The Year of Monkey Business” report looks at the current economic climate of China and how the slowdown is impacting luxury brands with a presence in the Mainland and Hong Kong markets. While many brands are concerned regarding the slowdown in Chinese spending, the financial firm suggests that growth for 2016 will match the year-ago.

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    THESE LUXURY BRANDS ARE BEST AT BALANCING EXCLUSIVITY AND DEMAND IN CHINA

    How do Chinese women really feel about that next big luxury collection out on the market? Exane, a France-based investment company, has attempted to answer this question with a quantitative analysis of the Chinese shopper’s true desires when it comes to purchasing luxury brands.

    The primary findings aren’t news per se, at least according to most market reports. They reveal that luxury stalwarts like Chanel, Dior, and Hermès are what Chinese shoppers think about most when they go to sleep at night—it’s not surprising, then, that Apple looked to Hermès’ timeless leather designs for its latest wearable tech collaboration that attracted droves of China’s fashion-savvy.

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    Classement des marques de luxe préférées des Chinoises fortunées : BNP Exane et Promise Consulting dévoilent le classement des marques de luxe par les Chinoises fortunées. Chanel et Hermès arrivent en tête du classement.

    En collaboration avec BNP Exane, Promise Consulting, société de conseil et d'études en marketing, publie les résultats de la 2ème vague du Baromètre Promise Consulting - BNP Exane " Exclusivité & Désirabilité 2015 ". Ce baromètre met en avant les 15 premières marques jugées les plus exclusives et les plus désirables en Chine dans l’univers de la Mode féminine. Ce Baromètre est établi auprès des femmes chinoises les plus fortunées et porte sur les 30 marques de prêt-à-porter, sacs, chaussures et accessoires dans l’univers du luxe qui ont le plus fortement investi en communication (Source : Industry Interviews, Exane Paribas). Promise Consulting et BNP Exane avaient conduit la même étude auprès des femmes Françaises au cours du mois de Mai 2015.

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    Cina, le donne ricche adorano il lusso francese

    Le maison francesi dominano per esclusività e i marchi più esclusivi sono anche i più ambiti. È questo l’identikit del desiderio per le donne cinesi. Un’indagine di Promise Consulting e BNP Exane stila una classifica dei 15 brand più esclusivi e desiderabili in Cina legati all’universo della moda femminile. Una classifica che rivela anche una concorrenza sempre più forte, accentuata dalla crescente maturità delle clienti facoltose, il 3% della popolazione che appartiene alla fascia più ricca.

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    Chanel most desirable brand among Chinese affluents: report - Luxury Daily - Research

    Chanel’s interlocking C’s Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane. Hermès takes home top prize for exclusivity, which measures the consistent quality of goods, the brand’s prestige, the valuation of the brand’s customers and its ability to justify a high price point. Chinese consumers are generally becoming more sophisticated luxury consumers, making for tougher competition between labels for their attention and affection. Promise Consulting and BNP Exane’s “Exclusivity and Desirability Barometer” surveyed (...)

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    Barometer Promise - BNP Exane "Exclusivity & Desirability" 2015: The Wealthiest Chinese Women Rank Luxury Brands

    Some say that when China sneezes the rest of the world catches cold, butthe biggest luxury brands are catching on in China, becoming the most exclusive and desirable ones in fashion according to the wealthiest Chinese women. Still, our ranking also reveals a stronger competition that is accentuated by the wealthy customers' increasingly stronger maturity. This barometer Promise Consulting / BNP Exane classifies the 15 most exclusive and desirable brands in China in the universe of feminine Fashion (...)

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    Barometer Promise - BNP Exane "Exclusivity & Desirability" 2015: The Wealthiest Chinese Women Rank Luxury Brands

    "This barometer in association with BNP Exane reflects our determination to move closer to the marketing and cross-section financial analysis. Our Monitoring Brand Assets® approach itself features very complementary analyzes with those conducted by BNP Exane's experts. Hence, the obtained results from our joined barometer are based on two different angles of expertise, marketing and financial, which brings a unique added value to the managers and decision-makers inthe Luxury sector (...)" [Philippe Jourdan, CEO]

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    Barometro Promise - BNP Exane "Esclusività e desiderabilità" 2015: le più ricche donne cinesi stilano una classifica dei brand del lusso

    "Questo barometro in collaborazione con BNP Exane riflette la nostra determinazione ad avvicinarci all'analisi di marketing e all'analisi finanziaria cross-section. Il nostro approccio Monitoring Brand Assets® tiene conto sia delle analisi complementari che di quelle condotte dagli esperti di BNP Exane. Ecco perché i risultati così ottenuti si fondano su due diverse prospettive, sia di marketing che finanziarie, offrendo così uno straordinario valore aggiunto ai manager e ai decision-maker nel settore del lusso. (...) [Philippe Jourdan, CEO]

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    Promise Consulting se penche sur la désirabilité des marques de luxe en Chine

    Le cabinet de conseil et d'études en marketing Promise Consulting collabore à nouveau avec BNP Exane afin de faire ressortir le classement des marques de luxe jugées les plus « exclusives » par les clientes sur le territoire chinois. Ce baromètre a été établi auprès de 600 femmes chinoises (18-54 ans) appartenant aux 3% de foyers aux revenus les plus élevés, et porte sur les 30 marques de luxe, prêt-à-porter, accessoires et maroquinerie confondus, qui ont réalisé les plus gros investissements en matière de communication.

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    Enquête : L’Exclusivité et la Désirabilité des marques de luxe en 2015

    Les résultats d’une grande enquête sur le luxe viennent d’être révélés par le cabinet Promise Consulting. Ce baromètre réalisé en partenariat avec BNP Exane a rapproché la vision marketing et la vision financière et porte sur 15 marques de luxe dans l’univers de la mode.

    Chanel remporte tous les suffrages dans les deux études
    « Le raffinement de ses collections de Haute Couture, le succès de ses collections Croisière et Prêt-à-porter, l’hommage rendu aux Métiers d’Art dans une ville différente chaque année, l’investissement dans le domaine de la Haute Joaillerie depuis 1987 participent à l’ascension de la marque au tout premier plan. Ce résultat n’est donc pas surprenant et récompense un investissement conséquent, cohérent, maintenu dans la durée et très qualitatif » explique Philippe Jourdan, CEO de Promise Consulting.

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    BAROMETER PROMISE - BNP EXANE "EXCLUSIVITY & DESIRABILITY" 2015: THE WEALTHIEST CHINESE WOMEN RANK LUXURY BRANDS 

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    Some say that when China sneezes the rest of the world catches cold, but the biggest luxury brands are catching on in China, becoming the most exclusive and desirable ones in fashion according to the wealthiest Chinese women. Still, our ranking also reveals a stronger competition that is accentuated by the wealthy customers’ increasingly stronger maturity. This barometer Promise Consulting / BNP Exane classifies the 15 most exclusive and desirable brands in China in the universe of feminine Fashion.

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    Chinese consumers love their Chanel and Hermès – 7/2/16

    Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane. Luxury Daily reports that French luxury house Hermès takes home top prize for exclusivity, which measures the consistent quality of goods, the brand’s prestige, the valuation of the brand’s customers and its ability to justify a high price point.

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    Barometer Promise - BNP Exane "Exclusivity & Desirability" 2015: The Wealthiest Chinese Women Rank Luxury Brands

    Some say that when China sneezes the rest of the world catches cold, but the biggest luxury brands are catching on in China, becoming the most exclusive and desirable ones in fashion according to the wealthiest Chinese women. Still, our ranking also reveals a stronger competition that is accentuated by the wealthy customers' increasingly stronger maturity. This barometer Promise Consulting / BNP Exane classifies the 15 most exclusive and desirable brands in China in the universe of feminine Fashion. (...)

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    Luxe et microblogging en Chine: Weibo est-il le 6ème continent ? [#chine #luxe #weibo #SOMDIG16]

    marketing, chine, digital, reseaux sociaux, luxe, weiboA l'occasion des Sommets du Digital, tenu à la Clusaz le 1,2 et 3 Février 2016, Philippe Jourdan a présenté son ouvrage, co-écrit avec Valérie Jourdan et Jean-Claude Pacitto : l'occasion de faire passer quelques messages forts pour défendre le marketing d'aujourd'hui et dessiner le marketing de demain.

    Prenant la parole lors de la clôture des Sommets du Digital à la Clusaz, Philippe Jourdan, professeur des universités et CEO de Promise Consulting, a souhaité s'exprimer sur la nécessité pour les marques de luxe de s'intéresser de près aux réseaux sociaux, en prenant l'exemple des sites de microblogging en Chine.

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    Chanel most desirable brand among Chinese affluents [#China #luxurydaily #chanel]

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    Exclusivity and desirability go hand in hand for China’s wealthy, with the same brands ranked in the top five for both characteristics in a new study by Promise Consulting and BNP Exane.

    Hermès takes home top prize for exclusivity, which measures the consistent quality of goods, the brand’s prestige, the valuation of the brand’s customers and its ability to justify a high price point. Chinese consumers are generally becoming more sophisticated luxury consumers, making for tougher competition between labels for their attention and affection.

    Promise Consulting and BNP Exane’s “Exclusivity and Desirability Barometer” surveyed 600 women among the top 3 percent of households in China in September 2015, asking them about the 30 brands across ready-to-wear, footwear, leather goods and accessories which have made the most investments in communication in the market. This is a follow-up to a survey of French women conducted in May 2015.

    Ranking order
    In exclusivity, Hermès indexes 162, placing it well above the average 100 of the top 15 brands. Aside from Prada, which placed fourth, the rest of the top five is dominated by French houses, with Louis Vuitton in second, Chanel following and Dior in fifth.

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    [#EIML #CMIT #SOMDIG16 #GRENOUILLE]- Un agenda et une actualité aux Sommets pour Promise Consulting

    Ce début d’année 2016 démarre avec un agenda et une actualité aux sommets pour Promise Consulting autour  de quatre évènements majeurs. Découvrez-les en avant première :

     

    16/02 : UN EVENEMENT SOCIAL MEDIA EN PLEIN PARIS,  AU PRESTIGIEUX HOTEL DROUOT


    marketing, grenoouille, kawa, visionnarymarketing, drouotA l’occasion du lancement de l’ouvrage sur le « Marketing de la Grenouille : nouvelles stratégies de marques pour nouveaux consommateurs » et pour faire le point sur les nouveaux modes de consommation et les  approches marketing adaptées aux entreprises du 21ème Siècle, Promise  Consulting organise en partenariat avec Visionnary Marketing un événement social média unique au cœur de Paris, dans le prestigieux hôtel Drouot, le mardi 16 Février, à 19h00.

    Près de 100 bloggeurs, influenceurs, journalistes, directeurs marketing, directeurs de la stratégie digitale et responsables d’entreprises sont attendus pour une soirée de débats, d’échanges, de LiveTweet autour du thème : « Révolution digitale : les consommateurs ont changé mais les marques ont-elles suivies ? ».  

    Vous souhaitez en savoir plus :

    • Pour en savoir plus sur la soirée et vous inscrire : ly/lagrenouille
    • Pour suivre l’événement en direct sur Twitter : #grenouille
    • Pour une courte présentation vidéo de l’ouvrage : https://youtu.be/CrBN6boTdkw

     

    LE 1,2 ET 3 FEVRIER 2016 : UNE INTERVENTION AUX SOMMETS DU DIGITAL LA CLUSAZ

    kawa, marektingdelagrenouille, somdig16A l’occasion des Sommets du Digital, qui réunissent l’ensemble de la communauté du Web & des Réseaux Sociaux français à la Clusaz, le 1,2 et 3 Février 2016, Promise Consulting présentera en avant-première son ouvrage Le Marketing de la Grenouille, et animera une Conférence sur le thème : « Nouvelles stratégies de marques pour nouveaux consommateurs : la place du digital dans les stratégies d’achat ».

     Une occasion unique de rencontrer en seulement 3 jours les meilleurs spécialistes, experts et professionnels du digital dans un format unique de manifestation avec conférences, activités et animations de networking, masterclass et rendez-vous « one to one » (http://les-sommets-du-digital.com).

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    • L’événement en direct sur Twitter : #SOMDIG16

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    04/02 : UNE SOIREE-DEBAT CONSACREE A LA CHINE ET AU LUXE ORGANISEE PAR L’EIML

    eiml, chine, luxe, kering, em lyonLe Jeudi 04 Février 2016 à 19h à Paris, se tiendra, dans le cadre du groupement EM Lyon « Lifestyle & Consumption », une soirée consacrée au thème : « Quelles stratégies pour les marques de luxe en Chine en 2016 et au-delà ? ». 

    Philippe Jourdan, CEO Promise, prendra la parole sur ce sujet d’une actualité brûlante en partageant les enseignements des recherches menées en Chine depuis 10 ans dans le secteur de la Mode et du Luxe pour le compte des marques les plus prestigieuses.

    La soirée aura lieu à l’Hôtel de l’Industrie, 4 place Saint Germain des Près, 75006 Paris. Elle sera animée par les interventions de Michel Phan, professeur associé de Marketing Luxe à EM Lyon et basé sur le campus de Shanghai, Albert Bensoussan, directeur du Pôle « Luxe – Montres & Joaillerie » de Kering et membre du Comité Exécutif de Kering et Valérie Chapoulaud-Floquet, CEO de Rémy Cointreau.

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    05/02 : UN PETIT-DEJEUNER DEBAT AVEC LE CLUB DES DIRECTEURS MARKETING & DIGITAL

    cmit, maillot, paris, marekting, digital, itLe Vendredi 05 Février 2016, à la villa Maillot, Paris 8ème, de 08h30 à 10h30, Philippe Jourdan, CEO Promise Consulting, animera un petit-déjeuner-débat avec les membres du CMIT, Club des Directeurs Marketing & Communication de l’IT, dirigé par Jean-Denis Garo, CEO de Mittel.

    Il répondra en direct aux questions des invités sur le thème « En quoi le digital impacte-t-il durablement les comportements de consommation et la relation des marques et de leurs clients ? Quelles doivent être pour les marques et les distributeurs les priorités digitales de 2016 ? ».

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    Promise Consulting est un groupe de conseil et d’études marketing réunissant les sociétés Promise Consulting Inc., JPL Consulting et Panel On The Web. Promise Consulting intègre des prestations de conseil et d’études à forte valeur ajoutée. Elle a créé une méthodologie innovante de mesure de la performance de marque et du ROI des investissements centrés sur la marque : Monitoring Brand Assets©. Cette méthodologie a été déployée dans près de 50 pays à date, porte sur l’étude de 250 marques dans les secteurs les plus divers et totalise plus de 1.000.000 questionnaires administrés en ligne dans le monde.

    Etabli à Paris, New-York et Casablanca, le groupe mène des études et des prestations de conseil dans le monde entier. Il est plus particulièrement reconnu pour son expertise en matière de mesure de la valeur de marque (brand value) du point de vue des clients.

    Promise Consulting a su développer des méthodes et des modèles innovants, récompensés 7 fois en 10 ans, par la profession au plan national et international. Il accompagne les plus grandes marques de luxe, de cosmétiques et de distribution dans leur développement sur le marché national et les marchés étrangers. Il intervient également dans de nombreux secteurs d'activité, chaque fois que les marques souhaitent disposer d'une stratégie de croissance éclairée pour mieux comprendre leur marché, s'adresser à leurs consommateurs, séduire et fidéliser leurs clients.

    Le CEO de Promise Consulting, Pr Philippe Jourdan, est rédacteur en chef de la revue de l’Adetem, la Revue Française de Marketing (RFM), depuis 2011. Il publie dans des revues académiques de niveau international sur les problématiques de valorisation des marques dans les secteurs du luxe, de la beauté et de la distribution sélective. Il publie également dans la presse économique et d’actualités (Le Monde, Les Echos, Le Figaro, l’Opinion, La Revue des Marques, etc.). Il est également professeur des universités, chercheur à l’IRG (CNRS) et lauréat du Meilleur Article de Recherche AFM 2000. Il a enfin une certification Social Media.

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    [#China #Luxury]- China’s millionaires prefer Apple and Chanel as luxury gift spending rebounds

    After a double-digit slump in luxury gift spending among China’s wealthy over the past two years, their gifting was on an uptick  in 2015, according to Hurun Report’s recently released annual Chinese Luxury Consumer Survey.

    The survey of 458 individuals with a net worth of 10 million RMB (US$1.52 million) or higher found that luxury gift-giving by men increased 15 percent and by women increased 24 percent over the past year. This increase marks the beginning of a rebound from a two-year decline totaling 30 percent that was reported in last year’s survey.

    While luxury gifting is often associated with corruption in China, the spending increase occurred even as the Chinese government’s anti-corruption campaign continued over the course of 2015. The report comes at a time when some brands are saying they’ve been seeing a slight recovery in mainland China sales—last week, both Burberry and Richemont reported that the mainland returned to growth in the three-month period ending in December.

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