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Join the opinion leaders and rising stars defining the future of British luxury at Walpole’s ‘Future of British Luxury Summit’, in association with Facebook, ESW and TONG. Open to Walpole members and non-members.
Luxury is set for its biggest ever bounce back - according to analysts, by 2025, the global luxury market could reach €370B, an increase of €150B in 2020. But how can British luxury brands take advantage of that potential? Who will be the winners and the losers? And what lessons have been learned after 18 months of the pandemic?
With unique insights, exclusive analysis and cutting-edge research as well as compelling speakers, keynotes and panelists, the Walpole Future of British Luxury Summit is back.
This event will be held at The Londoner Hotel. Please note: all safety precautions will be taken to ensure all spaces are Covid-safe. You can find more information on The Edwardian Hotels' Operating Procedures for a Safe Future here.
This year’s speakers so far:
With more to be announced.
Monday April 12th saw retail brands open their doors for the first time in many months. Join us for on 29th April for a Walpole Webinar which will take a look at how brands and retailers have managed this reopening: the response from customers; outlook for the coming months; and the innovation in terms of customer experience and selling ceremony.
Panelists include Harrods' Managing Director Michael Ward; Anne Marie Verdin Mulot, Director of Digital Marketing & Communications at Value Retail (Bicester Village); Spring Studios' Insights Director Sally-Anne Limb and Walpole's Charlotte Keesing who will discuss what will be key to building customer confidence in bricks and mortar retail; what customers want from their shopping experiences now; and how the impact of months of pent-up demand on the UK's luxury retailers.