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Can fortune still favor the brave?

Cristina D'Agostino

By Cristina D'Agostino26 mai 2020

As you have been able to follow in recent months, Luxury Tribune has grown, step by step, but without straying from its ambition, in a difficult and very changing time. The press is facing severe turmoil. The consequences suffered are detrimental to the sector. Diversity of analysis and editorial quality are at stake. But we believe that there is always room for new proposals. Now more than ever? As long as they are innovative, qualitative, clearly positioned and oriented towards information systems adapted to new technologies, fortune can still favor the brave…


Today, Luxury Tribune is online. A new leading digital media dedicated to the luxury industry, its vision is outlined: to provide trend analysis and scrutinize the economic activities of the luxury industry. With a new perspective: providing scientific expertise. For the first time, a media is partnering with an academic research center. The challenge: to find different reading grids, based on scientific analysis and bring to the wider audience articles, extracts from reports and the latest results of studies carried out by researchers and professors in Switzerland. Together, Luxury Tribune and the Swiss Center for Luxury Research will provide a new, rigorous and varied perspective on luxury. As a Swiss-based media, Luxury Tribune wants to be global in its analyses, helped by a consortium of international journalists that will grow over the months. The ambitions are vast. We are happy to share them with you today.

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