Millennials – a group over 300 million strong – are a key source of growth for many brands in China. Their successors, Generation Z (defined here as the “post-95” generation, i.e. those born in 1995 and afterwards) are even freer spending and have the potential to contribute even further and
Women have always been a priority segment for luxury brands, and as female spending power has increased, the luxury sector has been struggling to catch up. Although on aggregate the spending power of affluent Korean and Japanese women is not as large as that of Chinese women, they still represent
Amrita Banta, managing director of Agility Research and Strategy Just this week, Apple unveiled its line-up of new products for the coming year, with the announcement of three new iPhone models, the iPhone 11, a new Apple watch, a new iPad and updates on their streaming services and Apple Arcade.
Women in Asia Pacific have always been the driving force behind the growth of the economy in the region. Sophisticated and discerning, they have broad interests and appreciate the finer things in life. These empowered women are taking advantage of what their newfound wealth can provide them. Contrary to popular