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Case Studies

SINCE 2014, Luxurique has crafted event success for a range of clients representing myriad industries. While the size, budget and duration differed between them, our commitment to delivering tailored, one-of-a-kind experiences was the same for each.

Luxury Jewelry Brand

A European jewellery brand wanted to recognise its most loyal 250 clients with a memorable itinerary in Japan. Over eight days, a number of events, including a luxury gala party, took place at culturally significant venues in Tokyo and Kyoto, with individually tailored tours and experiences for clients and the accompanying media.

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A large meeting venue with lots of white chairs and tables
Global Automaker

A US-based automaker wanted to communicate a new corporate strategy while reinforcing ties between its global and Japanese executives. Luxurique organised all accommodation, meetings and bespoke tours and experiences for the 30 senior managers.

Men's Watch Brand

A luxury watch brand chose Kyoto for a private launch of its latest collection of timepieces. Held in an exquisitely preserved traditional house, the invite-only event was attended by a selection of the brand’s most loyal clients. Luxurique managed the entire project, from venue selection to organising all additional cultural and dining experiences and staff.

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A conference room table with office chairs
Global Investment Company

The board of directors of a multinational investment company selected Tokyo for its annual conference. Luxurique coordinated all event logistics, including attendees’ VIP arrival and departure, accommodation, dinners, meetings and guest speakers.

Multinational Financial Firm

A global financial company chose its Tokyo office as the venue for its annual board meeting. Luxurique remodelled a meeting room as a stylish party space, with floral decorations by a renowned Japanese ikebana artist. Coordinators also planned the catering of each day’s lunch and dinner by a different famous Japanese chef. The project included adapting menus for a range of tastes and dietary requirements.

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