Luxury Law Summit and Awards
16th May 2017
The dynamic luxury marketplace is facing greater challenges than ever as digital, economic and geopolitical challenges converge with changing consumer aspirations – including the impact of the millennials, the impending Brexit and the change of president in the US – to create a more complex environment for companies. Amidst this landscape, luxury companies need to be protected on all fronts. Sustainability is back on the agenda with ethical transparency key to evidencing responsible business practices. Trade is also an issue in the face of new political regimes. Meanwhile, the digital economy continues to disrupt and create new challenges for companies. In a world where the consumer is driving change as much as the brands, Luxury Law Summit 2017 will bring together some of today’s leading experts across a range of luxury sectors to discuss the strategy and tactics necessary to ensure the luxury marketplace’s continued growth and prosperity in a rapidly evolving sector.
Confirmed speakers include:
Jonathan Russell, Co-Founder, Spire Partners
Barbara Kolsun, Adjunct Professor of Fashion Law and Co-Director, Cardozo’s FAME (Fashion Arts Media and Entertainment) Program
Valeriano Antonioli, CEO, Lungarno Collection
Peter Coveney, General Counsel International, Godiva Chocolatier
Kelly Koyama-Garcia, Senior Vice President, General Counsel, Marc Jacobs
Philipp Humm, Artist and ex-CEO Vodafone
Mark Dickens, F1 Artist
Caroline Rush, CEO, British Fashion Council
Kevin Mutch, Group Legal Director, Fabergé
Ian Harebottle, CEO, Gemfields
Bonnie Takhar, CEO, charlotte Olympia
Would you like to attend the 2017 Luxury Law Summit?
Contact Ben Martin for more information:
T: +44 (0) 20 7193 5342
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