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Luxury Law New York Summit 2019 – New York

November 2019

Event date: 13th November 2019

HGF is a sponsor at Luxury Law New York Summit 2019. Partners Alexander Hagen and Richard Wylie are attending the conference.

Luxury Law New York Summit 2019 is returning after the success last year and is taking place on 13 November. It’s one of the most prestigious gatherings in the luxury calendar, combining the most exciting developments in the luxury marketplace with a business and legal perspective on how luxury is expanding and growing and dealing with the challenges on the horizon.

Highlights include:

  • What are the key issues for today’s premier brands? Chanel
  • Fast-developing luxury clothes rental sector and the impact of technology. CaaStle
  • Creating premium brand of swimwear for men – from setting up to being acquired. Orlebar Brown
  • Global updates including the latest on China and the world of luxury, Latin American, Middle Eastern and European insights including Brexit insights and new and emerging markets.

HGF is delighted to be a sponsor at this conference with Partners Alexander Hagen and Richard Wylie attending on 13 November to network and hear from industry speakers.

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