From working-class Jersey kid to founder and chairman of the Luxury Marketing Council, Greg Furman is the ultimate non-corporate ‘people’s person’.
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How did The Luxury Marketing Council begin?
21 years ago, when I left Bergdorf Goodman to start my own consulting firm, I noticed that all the different ‘silos’ in luxury brands – jewellery, fashion, hotels and so forth – weren’t talking to each other.
What’s on the horizon for The Luxury Marketing Council?
As our history shows, we like to stay ahead of the game – and keep innovating. So we’ve decided to set a new trend for the industry: small is the new big.
You’re a great believer in the new way of working.
Indeed. Network organisations like ours – with the right types of smart people – are extremely efficient and the way of the future. They also allow us more balance in our lives.
Chris Olshan, chairman of the Young Luxury Marketers Council, interviews Greg Furman.
Who is the man behind the Luxury Marketing Council?