Interview with Frederic Winckler: The future of luxury [video]

Frederic Winckler

Frederic Jean-Marie Winckler, executive vice president and chief creative and brand officer of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, talks with Michael Penn, executive editor of AGB Nippon, about the future of the luxury market in Macau and beyond.

Among the topics addressed are the growing importance of digitization and the direction of luxury trends within the premium mass segment.

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