Luxury Brand Management

  • Luxury Brand Management


If you have a desire to reach anticipated goals and need motivation and insight as how to strategize your way towards success, consider taking the Luxury Brand Management course.

London school of trends - Online Courses are the same standard as our classroom courses which allow students globally a chance to study from anywhere and at their own pace from the experts. Following London school of trends teaching philosophy, our Online Course is highly interactive with self assessment test and video lecture so good, that you will hardly miss the classroom experience of our traditional courses. Our responsive Online Courses hub gives you the freedom of studying on your tablet, PC or smart phone

Course Modules

  • Module 1: The history of luxury - History and heritage of luxury, The social aspect of luxury today, An overview of luxury today
  • Module 2: The luxury models through history - From Chanel to Dior - The Pyramid Model, Yves Saint Laurent - Pret-A-Porter, Gucci & Leather Goods - Success in Asia, Giorgio Armani - The Galaxy Model
  • Module 3: Luxury identity - The identity prism, The nine signatures of the brands
  • Module 4: Luxury clientele - The different luxury clientele, Relationship with the product or with the logo?, Luxury by Continents, A different approach to segmentation, Product, Service, Dream, History
  • Module 5: Luxury market overview
  • Module 6: Luxury market overview continued
  • Module 7: The Luxury environment - The luxury environment, The drivers of change in the luxury industry, Brand stretching
  • Module 8: Luxury branding - What is a brand, Brand positioning, Specification of luxury in branding
  • Module 9: Positioning and communication - Why traditional marketing does not work in luxury, Positioning in luxury
  • Module 10: Marketing mix for success - Marketing mix as a key to success, The 7 Ps
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    • Level:  Beginner
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