6th Mint Luxury Conf to explore the next decade of luxe biz

19 Mar,2013

By A Correspondent


The business daily from the house of HT Media, Mint, has announced the 6th edition of Mint Luxury Conference in New Delhi. The theme for the conference is “Luxury in India: The Next Decade.”


The two-day conference on 22 and 23 March will take a hard look at this new world order of all things luxurious. The stalwarts from the luxury industry will debate, ideate and proffer suggestions for the luxe street – For the ones who walk that street with ‘branded’ glam and for the ones who aspire to walk that street.


In view of the growing importance of the country in the global luxury industry, Mint has initiated a conference to bring together stakeholders to a common platform to discuss the business of luxury. The luxury conference is the largest event of its kind in this sector. Industry experts, designers, marketers and owners of prestigious international luxury brands will be coming together for multiple sessions spread across two days of the conference.


This year marks the 6th Anniversary of the Mint Luxury Conference. The conference will be opened by Anand Sharma, Hon. Union Minister of Commerce & Industry and Textiles, followed by other eminent luxury industry experts including Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo, Vice President, Salvatore Ferragamo, Renaud Dutreil, Chairman, Tigre Blanc, Armando Branchini, Executive Director, Fondazione Altagamma, to name a few. Alberto Piantoni, CEO Missoni and Mark Henderson, Chairman, Gieves & Hawkes and Chairman, Savile Row Bespoke will be seen butting their heads while discussing “The Challenges of Dressing India”. Indian design star Tarun Tahiliani along with Ashok Som, Associate Dean, ESSEC, John Ayton, Founder, Links of London and Founder, Annouskha and Sanjay Kapoor, CEO, Genesis Luxury will be heard debating the topic – “The Luxury Market in India is set to explode”. Actress and entrepreneur Preity Zinta will be talking about “My Favorite Things…”


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