For about 83% of all buyers of expensive luxury handbags, the anticipation of a sustainable investment plays a decisive role. Anyone willing to spend 2,000 euros and more on a high-end fashion
accessory wants to be sure that it will keep or even increase its value.
As a result, SEKRÈ now offers their product range not only at selected retailers but also through professional investment advisors and experts.
One of them is Oliver Enderlein (Photo), Managing Director of Finanzkontor NRW, a leading Düsseldorf agency. His company has been a consultant to private Investors for the acquisition of
aircrafts, yachts, oldtimers, sports cars and other high-value luxury goods for over 25 years. However, most of these product categories address male target groups.
According to Oliver, specific investment offers for women have been very limited so far. The main reason: There is hardly any binding quotation for 'typically female' products such as
jewellery or accessories, as is for cars or ships, for example.
This makes it very difficult to give serious long-term investment advice.
"With SEKRÈ we have found a suitable product range for the first time, since sustainable value development is at the centre of their business strategy", says Enderlein. "Their high-quality bags
are only sold at carefully selected retailers, not through discounters or factory outlets. In addition, the demand for rare luxury handbags as a financial investment has risen sharply in recent
years, creating a dependable market.
This is very important for us and makes it easier to recommend such products to our customers."