The three dominant trends in the global luxury goods market are globalization, consolidation, and diversification. Globalization is a result of the increased availability of these goods, additional luxury brands, and an increase in tourism. Consolidation involves the growth of big companies and ownership of brands across many segments of luxury products. Examples include LVMH, Richemont [...]
If we consider the world’s top 50 fashion companies – and more than 40% of them have been Stanton Chase International clients during the last five years – then along with top fashion names we also find the new fast fashion retailers, offering a new range of fashion: young and charming clothing, available on the [...]
Donald McKenna, a veteran with more than 25 years of corporate human resources experience, has joined the Miami office of Stanton Chase International as a senior search consultant. The announcement was made by Juan D. Morales, managing director of the Miami office for this worldwide retained executive search firm. Stanton Chase (www.stantonchase.com) currently has 71 [...]
Irina Andonova joins the Stanton Chase Sofia team as Senior Consultant – Consumer Products and ServicesAppointments, Consumer Products & Services, EMEA, News Wednesday, September 21st, 2011
Irina joined the team of Stanton Chase Bulgaria in September 2011. She will be a Senior Consultant in the Consumer Products and Services Practice Group and will also support business with pharmaceutical companies. Prior to that she worked as a Learning & Development Manager at Kamenitza for six years, where she delivered a variety of [...]
Industry Survey on Senior Executive Talent in Swiss FMCG Major FMCG Industry Trends, resulting Profiles of Senior Executive Talents and current Talent Search Strategies FOREWORD Financial crisis by the end of 2009 accelerated the structural change in Swiss FMCG. The pricing spiral whirling faster and faster, trade concentration, new international retailers or new EC [...]
Mea culpa is a known Latin phrase that translates into English as “my mistake” or “my own fault”. If you want to add to the gravity of the mistake, “maxima” can be inserted, resulting in “mea maxima culpa,” which then translates as “my most [grievous] fault.”
My five year assignment in Shanghai had come to an end and I was off to the Emirate of Dubai to manage a complex consisting of two beautiful luxury hotels at the famous Mina Seyahi Beach Resort area of Jumeirah Beach.