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As a purveryor of luxury goods and services you likely command a top tier price. To keep on your toes and dominate in this space you need to build a brand that positions you as the top pick in your niche. Let’s take a look at 5 elements of a luxury brand you need to incorporate in your business to ensure your success.


 Social Responsibility

Modern customers are more aware than ever of the environmental impacts that businesses have on the planet and are more likely to spend their money on brands that demonstrate a certain level of social responsibility. If you want your luxury brand to be long-lasting, you need to consider how your business is impacting the environment in terms of how you’re harvesting natural resources, the amount of energy you use, and more.




Making your customer feel as if they’re part of an exclusive group often propels most luxury brands to success. For example, Louis Vuitton bags are usually reserved for the rich and powerful. Luxury means you can own or do something that the masses cannot. This feeling of inclusion will make your customers feel special, and they’ll stay with you because they’re “part of the club.”




If you want your luxury brand to experience success, it needs to last through the decades. Often most luxury products have a timeless feel to them. For example, diamond necklaces and diamond rings are timeless because they’ve lasted for centuries. True luxurious products never go out of style. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t evolve with the times, but never losing sight of the values of your business while evolving and adapting with the times will ensure your luxury brand will remain timeless.




As we’ve seen with increasing regularity over the past decade, brick-and-mortar storefronts are on their way out, and online storefronts have moved in to take their place. With that being said, many luxury brands are still hanging on to their physical storefront. In fact, you could say there has been an expansion of physical storefronts for luxury goods.

This has left a gap in online luxury storefronts that need to be filled. Now consumers demand the experience of having their luxury goods shipped to them via online channels. This is an opportunity that you can easily fill especially because the demand is so high.


Identify a Niche Segment


Luxury brands thrive on the idea of offering a very specific high-value product or service to a particular audience. In terms of luxury goods and services, customers tend to be more focused on status implications rather than the actual price. Thus, an essential step for any luxury brand is to identify a niche affluent audience who are interested in the services and products you provide. Take Giorgio Armani for example, who offer high-end designer clothing for men. Thus, their target market is obviously affluent men


Building a luxury brand the right way …


Establishing a luxury brand alongside the medley of longstanding brands that have been in business for decades can seem like a challenging task. However, acknowledging the elements needed to make your brand successful will significantly increase your chances of success.

Starting a luxury brand is hard work. However, with the proper guidance you can gain an edge over the competition. I offer coaching services that will greatly  accelerate your business endeavors and set you on the right path to success. Contact me today to learn about how I can help you exponentially grow your business!


As you can see, brand building is not a one off thing. You have to define your brand, differentiate, present it, and review what your brand stands for from time to time. It is very important to be clear about your branding strategies and how you’re going to implement them.  You should also adopt brand strategies that will add value to your consumers and help them develop the right impression of your company and what it truly stands for.

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