Women in South-east Asia love Louis Vuitton, Prada and Gucci: study

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Women in SEA also channel most of their spending to buying other goods such as beauty products with as much as S$460 per month on mainly skincare and cosmetics. According to NBCU, this figure is more than what they spend on dining out. In Singapore, the study shows that women mainly prefer skincare products by Sk II, Biore and Estee Lauder, and cosmetic products by Maybelline, L’oreal and Chanel. When it comes to cars, 60 per cent of women in SEA are main or joint decision makers, and the popular car brands among them are Honda, Toyota and BMW.
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Michael Burke, Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton, Receives the 2013 « Prix EDHEC »

Less than a year later, in December 2012, he was named Chairman and CEO of Louis Vuitton. Mr. Burke succeeds last year’s prize winner, Philippe Léopold-Metzger, the CEO of Piaget and a 1997 EDHEC graduate. “Michael Burke embodies the passion for excellence that we hope to instil in our graduates. Our Alumni are the best ambassadors we have as they exemplify the superior quality of the EDHEC Business School education and the values of responsibility and innovation our school has passed on to its graduates for more than 100 years,” said Olivier Oger, Chairman and CEO of the EDHEC Group. “We are immensely proud of the positive contributions EDHEC alumni have made to the finance and management sectors.” EDHEC Alumni by the numbers * EDHEC Alumni is an association that represents the graduates of the EDHEC Business School * EDHEC Alumni represents 24 700 graduates in 120 countries * EDHEC Alumni hosts 400 events each year * EDHEC alumni provide career counselling to 300 undergraduates each year * EDHEC alumni provide * 8 000 job offers to new graduates each year EDHEC Business School by the numbers * 6   000 students in degree programs and 10   000 professionals in continuing education programs * 17 diploma programs , including ESPEME (a program for undergraduates), Masters in Management, Masters of Science, MBA, PhD in Finance *   23   000 participants for conferences and seminars organised in 28 countries *   134 professors (49% of whom come from outside France ) and 810 visiting professors *   13 research and teaching chairs *   A budget of 82M€ , 20% of which goes to research, one-third of the total budget comes from corporate partners * 5 campuses – Lille, Nice, Paris, London and Singapore *   Triple Accreditation  from EQUIS – AACSB – AMBA At EDHEC our mission is to provide useful research and training for our corporate partners and to provide the finest management and finance education available to our students.
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