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Representative Clients: Saks Fifth Avenue, Taubman, Almana Group, Style Avenue Middle East


Representative Clients: Reed Krakoff, Naeem Khan, Tibi, Bvlgari, Swarovski, Robert Lee Morris, Alexandre Birman


Representative Clients: Canada Goose, Zadig & Voltaire, Hunter, Peter Millar


Representative Countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Honduras, India, Italy, Kazakhstan,
   Korea, Qatar, Russia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States

robert burke associates is a retail and consumer products consulting firm headquartered in new york city. rba's diverse team offers extensive experience in branding and retail strategy, global and domestic expansion and investment advisory services that are highly specialized and unique.



RBA advises owners, developers, operators, leasing agents and brand executives on creating optimal strategies for new retail developments, as well as on the revitalization of existing retail projects. RBA also works with the local partners in helping them expand their portfolio in the region.

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RBA provides due diligence, market research and strategic evaluations to private equity firms, banks and other investors during the pre and post-acquisition of brands, companies and assets within the fashion and retail space.

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RBA assists brands with general advice and guidance in identifying trends, market research, retail and wholesale analysis, product evolution and merchandising, as well as overall brand positioning.

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FOOTWEAR NEWS: Bally’s Rally: New Vision Takes Shape

WWD FOOTWEAR NEWS | JOCELYN ANDERSON Get ready for an all-new Bally. Changes that have been taking place at the brand over the past few months culminate with a major unveiling in September, when Bally plans to open a flagship in London offering the first product by recently hired design director Pablo Coppola, coupled with new branding, …
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FINANCIAL TIMES: Will luxury rush to Nigeria now?

FINANCIAL TIMES | VANESSA FRIEDMAN Big (literally) news on Monday in the FT that on Sunday, thanks to a government recalculation, Nigeria’s GDP has now become the biggest in Africa, and the 26th biggest in the world, valued at $509bn. Why do we (we luxury folks, that is) care? “The revision will have a psychological impact. It …
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