Famous French Business Magnate Bernard Arnault Quotes

Famous quotes collection by Bernard Arnault popularly known as a richest person in the france.

Bernard Arnault Quotes on Business

  • In the luxury business, you have to build on heritage.
  • I like that combination between creativity and the creative process and the organization needed to make a business like this successful worldwide.
  • I think in business, you have to learn to be patient. Maybe I’m not very patient myself. But I think that I’ve learned the most is be able to wait for something and get it when it’s the right time.

Bernard Arnault Quotes on Work

  • Oh, I was brought up in the north of France, and I had a very enjoyable childhood with my family working as entrepreneur.
  • When I was working in my first job engineering construction, what I liked the most was working with architects and making buildings that had this creative side coming from the architect and that were making them a big success.
  • Working in the context of ultra-famous brands like Dior and Vuitton, creative spirits are always going to feel reined in. It’s important that they are free to develop ideas. And rather than detracting from the principal job, it reinforces it. I think of that money as venture capital. It’s not a big investment.

Famous Bernard Arnault Quotes

  • I take time to get close to, and I don’t immediately throw my arms round someone.
  • It is not enough to have a talented designer; the management must be inspired too. The creative process is very disorganised; the production process has to be very rational.
  • If you control your distribution, you control your image.
  • China is clearly going to be the number one economic power and it is already full of potential.. with lots of population and the buying power increasing by the day. .
  • A good product can last forever.
  • What we do in our group is the opposite of the bad effects of globalization. We produce in Italy and in France and we sell to China, when usually it’s the opposite.
  • Luxury goods are the only area in which it is possible to make luxury margins.
  • If you deeply appreciate and love what creative people do and how they think, which is usually in unpredictable and irrational ways, then you can start to understand them. And finally, you can see inside their minds and DNA.
  • Louis Vuitton, the world’s biggest luxury brand in terms of sales, is planning to dampen its expansion worldwide and focus on high-end products to preserve its exclusive image.
  • From time to time, the Vienna Philharmonic could play without a conductor because they are so good.
  • China has really succeeded because of its stability. So my feeling is, how they are going to maintain this fantastic stability in a very fast changing economic situation. I think this is a challenge we face, how the global region will evolve in stability with such a fast growth. If they succeed to do that, no doubt, in the next generation it will be the major area of the world, economically.
  • Affordable luxury – these are two words that don’t go together.
  • I am and will remain a tax resident in France and in this regard I will, like all French people, fulfill my fiscal obligations.
  • When something has to be done, do it! In France we are full of good ideas, but we rarely put them into practice.
  • I’ve always been pleased with the investments I’ve made with my friend Albert Frere and I regret not having followed him more, because I would have been a lot richer.
  • When you are on the management side, you still have to understand the artistic sensibility so that there is a dialogue with the creative side.
  • Once we decided to do a tower in New York, it had to say something about our group, reflecting the mix of modernity and creativity in our organization. It’s a symbol.
  • I meet the designers very often, we discuss the products, they show me their ideas, we discuss the ad campaigns and every new invention that we can find for the future.
  • It’s true that I am not from the south and I have a certain reserve. I take time to get close to, and I don’t immediately throw my arms round someone. But it is more a question of style.