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Pandora seeks to charm China with locally-inspired jewelry
    2019-04-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

DANISH jeweler Pandora is turning to traditional Chinese symbols such as peach blossom in a new collection aimed at reviving its fortunes in the world’s biggest market for luxury brands.

The collection, launched yesterday, is the first from the world’s largest jewelry maker to be tailored to a specific market and could be a test for customizing future ranges, said Kenneth Madsen, head of Pandora’s Asia-Pacific region.

Success in China is crucial to Pandora as it tries to regain its footing after a decade of dramatic sales growth came to an abrupt halt last year, lopping more than half off its market value and leading to the ousting of its chief executive.

While mall shopping in big markets such as the United States and Britain is declining, China saw spending on luxury goods surge 20 percent last year, driven by a growing middle class.

But some global brands have struggled to take advantage.

Pandora reported a drop in sales at established Chinese stores last year, and has pledged to take steps to improve its performance, such as lowering retail prices in the country by an average of 15 percent to try to curb sales on the grey market.

Madsen said the new collection was part of the revamp.

Pandora, best known for its customizable charm bracelets, will follow up yesterday’s launch with a big marketing push, exhibiting the new collection in all 250 of its shops in China.

It will also advertise the range on social media, such as the popular T-mall shopping platform and in a WeChat pop-up store, and via other promotional events in big cities.

Consultants Bain & Co. said in a recent report that global luxury brands losing market share in China often fail to interact with millennials on social media platforms.

“The challenge in China is that it’s all developing at an incredible speed,” Madsen said. “It’s hard for us to keep up.”(SD-Agencies)

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