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Lululemon’s Results In 2018 Were Astounding, But Can It Do It Again In 2019?

Lululemon ended 2018 with sales up 24%. But a senior executive at the company attributes that success to doing the simple things very well. Next year will be different. Lululemon will have to do the simple things 100 times better to get the same result. In an interview three changes that it needs to implement […]

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Join Me at Luxury Daily’s Women in Luxury Conference (May 9, 2019)

Pamela Danziger to speak at Luxury Daily’s Women in Luxury conference May 9, 2019. Topic: Meet America’s Most Powerful Consumer: Her Name Is HENRY

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Meet America’s Most Powerful Consumer: Her Name Is HENRY (New Speech)

Pamela Danziger has a new speech for meeting organizers that want to explore America’s most powerful consumer, HENRY women (high-earners-not-rich-yet). They are the future luxury consumers.

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Getting Married Today Is Complicated: Zola Can Help

Marriage as a social institution is on the rocks. For the first time in history, there are more single adults than married Americans: some 124.6 million single adults. By comparison, in 1960 over 70 percent of Americans were married. Young couples today are just not buying into marriage like they used to. Despite the fact […]

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Why H&M Struggles while Zara Thrives: Because Zara Knows the HENRYs

Why H&M is failing in the fast fashion market and Zara is winning. H&M remains fixed on the 4Ps of marketing approach, while Zara has evolved to the 4Es approach, as described in Pamela N. Danziger’s new book, Meet the HENRYs.

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