Daily Brief

February 27, 2020


  • 1

    Luxury Braces for $43 Billion in Losses as Coronavirus Panic Goes Global

    The tragedy’s effects are rippling across the industry, from front rows to travel retail. Read more on Business of Fashion

  • 2

    Beyond a K-Beauty 'Powerhouse'? Why J-Beauty and C-Beauty Are The 2020 Hotspots to Watch

    Korean beauty has captured the imagination of consumers and industry alike for years, but Japan and China — steeped in their heritage and ancient rituals — could steal the limelight this year, says Euromonitor International. Read more on Cosmetics Design Europe

  • 3

    China’s Property Developers Bet On Online Sales To Offset Coronavirus Losses

    Some believe online marketing tactics might shake up the real estate industry beyond the outbreak. Read more on Kr-Asia

  • 4

    A Cloud-y Outlook for Brands (and Celebrities) in China

    As the rest of the world faces the prospect of a coronavirus pandemic, China is now entering the second month of widespread business closures and severely restricted activity for its citizens, many of whom continue to wait out the virus at home. Under these circumstances, the “cloud” has emerged as a critical keyword to denote the new way of engaging with the world, from work and school to entertainment and commerce. Read more on Content Commerce Insider

  • 5

    Airport Authority Hong Kong Introduces New Relief Package For Business Partners

    Airport Authority Hong Kong has introduced new relief measures for its airport partners in light of the serious downturn in passenger traffic caused by the Novel Coronavirus outbreak. Read more on The Moodie Davitt Report