Publicaciones mundiales

  • Modi Isn't a Diamond's Best Friend

    December 05, 2016 | Metals & Mining | Bloomberg | Media mention

    Things may be about to get a lot more difficult for the struggling global diamond industry. Almost 80 percent of the world's gem diamonds come from India, where the rocks are paid for with cash upfront and sold on credit, according to Olya Linde, a partner with Bain & Company.

  • The Bank Branch and Call Center Traffic Jam

    November 29, 2016 | Bain report

    From millennials to seniors, bank customers are still on the digital learning curve and need guidance to migrate to mobile.

  • Private Equity’s Piles of Cash Have Nowhere to Go as Prices Jump

    November 22, 2016 | Private Equity | Bloomberg Markets | Media mention

    "The supply-demand imbalance is pushing prices up to levels that are difficult to justify," said Graham Elton, a partner at Bain & Company. "To combat this, the best private equity firms are getting out well ahead of potential processes to increase their deal scrutiny."

  • Achieving Breakthrough Results in Sustainability

    November 18, 2016 | Bain Brief

    It’s a frustrating setback—and a common one. Bain research on corporate transformation programs shows only 12% achieve or exceed their aims. For sustainability, that figure is just 2% (see Figure 1). Why? Sustainability transformations add another dimension of challenge.

  • Luxury market sales to top a trillion euros in 2016: Bain & Co

    October 24, 2016 | Retail | CNBC | Media mention

    The global luxury market is estimated to grow 4 percent in 2016, according to Bain & Company’s latest study. Claudia D’Arpizio, partner at Bain & Company, discusses.

  • Luxury Market Stagnates as Wealthy Chinese Shoppers Stay at Home

    October 20, 2016 | Retail | Bloomberg Markets | Media mention

    The world’s luxury-goods market stopped growing this year, according to a forecast from researcher Bain & Co., as the industry struggles to emerge from one of its weakest periods since the global recession. The luxury market is entering a slower “new normal”, said Claudia D’Arpizio, head of Bain &

  • Luxury goods market hampered by terror threats, US election

    October 20, 2016 | Retail | CNBC | Media mention

    Spending on luxury apparel, accessories and other personal items is expected to hold steady at 249 billion euros ($273 million) this year, a study by Bain Consultancy for the Altagamma association of Italian high-end luxury producers. Add in spending on luxury cars, yachts, jets, cruises, hotels,

  • Luxury sales flat in 2016 as consumers shun traditional products

    October 20, 2016 | Retail | Reuters | Media mention

    The personal luxury goods market won't grow this year because tourist spending is slowing down and wealthy consumers prefer to spend on design, travel and gourmet food rather than clothes and accessories, Bain & Company said on Thursday. "There is a progressive shift from physical products to

  • Bling's Understated Comeback

    October 20, 2016 | Retail | Bloomberg | Media mention

    Amid global turbulence in the luxury market, Brexit Britain continues to stand out, with its Swiss watch imports rising 32 percent in September, as foreign shoppers seize on the weak pound and flock to London. According to a report from consultants at Bain and the Italian luxury association

  • Luxury isn't having a very good year

    October 20, 2016 | Retail | The New York Times | Media mention

    Thanks to a potent cocktail of turbulent currency exchange rates, political volatility in Britain and the United States, and fears about terrorism in Europe, the world’s wealthiest shoppers are keeping their wallets shut, according to a study published Thursday by the Italian luxury goods