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Fabio Bonavita

Fabio Bonavita

Luxury Tribune

An independent journalist, Fabio Bonavita is the producer and presenter of the TV economic journal 3D ECO, broadcast on the Geneva-based channel Léman Bleu. In 2016 he published an essay on the luxury industry entitled « Who killed luxury? »

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The « workation » that breathes new life into the hotel business
Travel & Wellness

The « workation » that breathes new life into the hotel business

What if you could take your work to a fabulous destination, and go from teleworking to relaxing in a luxurious location from one minute to the next? That’s a “workation”. This new concept is appealing to hotels around the world as a way to diversify their offerings to target digital nomads with high purchasing power.

By Fabio Bonavita

Fabio Bonavita
Opinion

When premium brands, ethical and innovative, challenge luxury

By Fabio Bonavita

Luxury enters a consolidation cycle
BusinessFeature

Luxury enters a consolidation cycle

When asked whether the coronavirus crisis will induce a consolidation period in the luxury business, Arthur Jurus, Chief Economist at the Landolt&Co bank doesn’t flinch: […]

By Fabio Bonavita

«Blockchain will allow brands to take their digital fate back into their own hands»
Innovation & Know-How

«Blockchain will allow brands to take their digital fate back into their own hands»

What impact has the Covid-19 crisis had on the blockchain industry? Just like everyone else, our work capacity and our calendar have been impacted. Some […]

By Fabio Bonavita

New retail: the ultimate human-centered narrative
StrategyFeature

New retail: the ultimate human-centered narrative

The pandemic has been a boon for online sales. But according to Bain & Company, 75% of sales will still happen in stores. As the phygital age dawns, brands must focus on storyliving to avoid falling into the multitech trap.

By Fabio Bonavita

Luxury needs to adapt to real-time demand
Strategy

Luxury needs to adapt to real-time demand

Instead of selling-off their inventory, luxury boutiques have to adopt an agile and analytical strategy in order to dispose of their stock and increase their margins. That’s the conclusion of the last study “A Three-Season Strategy for Fashion and Luxury Retailers” of the Boston Consulting Group.

By Fabio Bonavita

Discount to destock, a dangerous game for luxury
StrategyFeature

Discount to destock, a dangerous game for luxury

Businesses adapt. When demand crashes because of a global pandemic, they lower their prices in order to boost consumption. This is a valid reflex when […]

By Fabio Bonavita

In luxury tourism, stars are falling and lodges are on the rise
Travel & Wellness

In luxury tourism, stars are falling and lodges are on the rise

For Quentin Desurmont, the time of the star wars is over. “Stars are no longer the priority, what matters now is the style of decor […]

By Fabio Bonavita

Twitch: the new live platform for luxury
Strategy

Twitch: the new live platform for luxury

In September, when Burberry chose Twitch to showcase its new collection, luxury brands sat up and took notice, not only of the collection but more importantly, of this live streaming platform. And it’s about time, considering it already has more than 140 million monthly users, particularly in the highly sought-after Generation Z demographic.

By Fabio Bonavita

Brexit: new opportunities for the luxury industry
Business

Brexit: new opportunities for the luxury industry

Despite the dire predictions of the doomsayers, the luxury industry could ultimately benefit from Brexit once the coronavirus pandemic is over – especially if the European Union and the United Kingdom come up with a joint plan for the future.

By Fabio Bonavita

The flip side of diversification
Strategy

The flip side of diversification

Luxury brands have traditionally been open to diversifying production to broaden their customer base, but in recent weeks some notable moves in that direction have […]

By Fabio Bonavita

Maison Ruinart launches new eco-friendly packaging
Food & Drink

Maison Ruinart launches new eco-friendly packaging

« There’s been at least one positive side effect of the coronavirus pandemic: reaffirming the importance of the local dimension. This is good news for the […]

By Fabio Bonavita

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