Event Includes Forum, Exhibition And Awards Ceremony
Running from June 23-24 at Shanghai’s Hyatt on the Bund, the 6th Annual China Luxury Summit will cover the major developments shaping one of the world’s fastest-growing high-end markets. With more than 500 luxury professionals expected to take part in the two-day summit, as well as forums, a luxury value chain exhibition and an awards ceremony on the agenda, the summit will provide attendees with plenty of educational and networking opportunities.
Officially supported by more than five global luxury associations, institutions and academic institutes, the summit will look more this year at high-end segments like apparel, watches, automobiles, yachts, electronics and hotels. Along with the Wall Street Journal, Art Bank and MSN, Jing Daily is an official media partner of the 2011 China Luxury Summit.
Following last year’s theme, “China’s Luxury Market – An Oasis of Hope and Possibility”, this year’s summit will pay more attention to “ROI” and “Redefinition”. Forum speakers will discuss the issues related to the development of China’s luxury market, as well as consumer behavior, localization, and retail best practices. Speakers will include Chen Xuejun, deputy director of the Industry and Commerce Administration of Shanghai; ESSEC International Luxury Management Program executive director Denis Morisset; Dunhill global marketing director Jason Beckley; vice chairman of the British Luxury Association, Guy Salter; Ferrari Asia-Pacific CEO Edwin Fenech; Porsche Design Group CEO Juergen Gessler and other senior execs from brands like Ferragamo, Gucci, Versace and Swarovski.
In addition to the global brands taking part in the summit, several domestic Chinese brands and service companies, including Focus Media and You Zhong (优众网) will share insights about the future of China’s luxury market.