There is a natural imbalance between supply and demand for luxury goods, with demand outstripping supply because, in high-ticket items, demand is unpredictable, and production
carries financial risk on a per-unit basis for producers and distributors. That is why many very high-priced items are effectively produced by appointment.
As a consequence, many luxury goods – particularly timepieces and jewelry – are also produced in a counterfeit “knock-off” market aimed toward defrauding consumers.
All of this makes it very difficult for the average consumer to locate and purchase fine goods with confidence. It also presents an opportunity in logistics. Maison Luxe was predicated on
capitalizing on that opportunity to the benefit of both its shareholders and consumers in search of difficult-to-procure fine goods with the means to afford them.
The Company sells to end-user clients directly, as well as to retail stores, particularly in duty-free zones in Alaska and the US Virgin Islands.
Maison Luxe has witnessed very rapid traction in the luxury goods marketplace since inception with plans to expand the geographic range it serves outside of the
domestic US marketplace.
Maison Luxe currently deals 90% in watches and 10% in other jewelry.
The Company plans to raise further capital and expand its inventory to better serve clients and nurture relationships with repeat clientele.
Maison Luxe also plans to invest in more aggressive visibility, particularly through social media. The Company is particularly excited by the potential to develop influencer-based
marketing through Instagram.
Management believes that the Company will be able to evolve toward stronger purchasing power to acquire goods in volume, lowering cost-of-goods-sold.
The Company plans to establish a broad footprint in Asia in the near future, which presents a large opportunity for significant expansion.