Victor has secured an $18m investment, with which its founder will support the aviation industry with the creation of a focused ecosystem called the Alyssum Group.
Before the bitter chill blew across the UK, I was fortunate enough to stay at a Cheval Residences location in Kensington, where I spoke to the luxury travel firm’s boss.
Ike Ordor may have slept in a golden crib as an infant, but had a culture shock as a teenager when he was uprooted from Nigeria to London something that’s led him into the luxury services sector.
Apple started off making computers, but today can be found creating luxury tech-laced watches. Even luxury watch businesses are embracing digital with smartwatches of their own. So the question is, how much are times changing?
As Four Seasons has climbed from modest beginnings to its current luxury position, founder Issy Sharp has insisted that “nice folks” are central to brand success.
A prestigious upbringing was brought to an abrupt end for Maximilian White, but a rocky lifestyle change as a child only made him more determined to succeed.
Anyone looking to own the ultimate luxury car should turn their eyes to Ferrari. As Elite Traveller exclaimed in an article: Anyone who found it hard to watch the end of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off will know the car is more than just a sum of its parts.
When you start a business you must find something that you do better than anyone else, that sets you apart or why bother?
Think yourself a bit of a Jeremy Clarkson” If so you?ll love this infographic, which reveals the world’s most expensive classic car sales.
Britain’s love for the luxury car is on the rise, with registrations increasing by almost a third since 2014, while super luxury is also growing.
With enough money to have a taste for the finer things in life, countless celebrities have been keen to share their passion for wining and dining as hospitality entrepreneurs.
A luxury luggage firm used by the A-list has been inspired by Formula One to introduce a very limited edition series of cases to mark its 120th anniversary, pricing the goods at £3,500 apiece.