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  • How luxury shoppers are changing retail
  • How luxury shoppers are changing retail
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How luxury shoppers are changing retail

With huge spending power, luxury shoppers are highly coveted by brands. And it’s even more pronounced in the US, where the top 10% of household earners account for around half of all expenditure. A new report from BI Intelligence demonstrates how these shoppers are changing retail.

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