After 20 years, the luxury watch brand’s first and only ever chief executive officer retires at the end of March.
The chief executive officer is dusting off the high jeweler’s archives — and the house itself.
Quoting Emerson, Malkin believes that retail is more about the journey than the destination.
The ceo joined in Sept. 2016 from Luxottica but his passion for the brand dates back two decades as a longtime customer.
A cultural shift away from material purchases and in favor of experiences has buoyed the luggage industry.
The exec wears two hats in the oversight of online activities of a huge retailer and the e-commerce site targeting urban Millennials.
As she builds the digital end, Rogers is also keen on preserving the passion — and traditions — at Browns.
The online executive discusses the art — and efforts — required to keep today’s demanding luxury customers satisfied.