Coach\u2019s new advertising campaign continues to evangelize its modern luxury leather goods to fashionable, younger buyers. The company\u2019s handbags, clothing and accessories take center stage in spots featuring actor Selena Gomez, the current face of Coach. With highly-embellished handbags and shoes, and whimsical clothing and accessories, Coach\u2019s latest line gives a youthful, eclectic aesthetic a luxurious feel. Founded in 1941, Coach quickly became known for its expertly-crafted leather goods and free-spirited modern vision of luxury. In recent years, Coach acquired brands Stuart Weitzman and Kate Spade, expanding its reach in the luxury fashion market, and underscoring its focus on superior craftsmanship and innovative, thoughtful design. Here are a few ideas of how Coach can use location intelligence to better connect with their target consumers and measure the results of their latest campaign. Precision Audience Targeting With location-based audiences, Coach can more efficiently reach their target buyers digital ads and offers. Coach can easily target their ads to people known to visit premium fashion brands using an audience like \u2018Fashion Shoppers\u2019 or \u2018Affluent Consumers & Luxury Lifestylers\u2019. These audiences include consumers recently observed at higher-end retail locations. Coach might even create a custom audience of visitors observed at its own store locations to keep their current buyers connected. Improve Customer Understanding Customer interests, affinities and shopping habits can be used to influence design direction, new product offerings, and even acquisition targets. Knowing the stores Coach customers visit flags opportunities for new partners, distribution channels, or candidates for acquisition. Knowing that Coach customers are \u2018Health Nuts\u2019 and \u2018Business Travelers\u2019 might inspire new designs for gym or overnight bags. This information can also be used to inform co-marketing opportunities and sponsorships, and to create loyalty programs that delight Coach customers. Measure Campaign Performance Coach invites consumers to shop both online and in over 1,000 stores across North America. Location data can help brands measure consumer response to advertising campaigns, whether someone engages with the brand online, offline or both. A location data-powered attribution study would let Coach gauge consumer response to ads in terms of visits to stores \u2013 not just click-throughs. In this way, Coach can measure the impact of its new advertising campaign both online and in the real world. Want to learn how you can use location intelligence to reach the right consumers and drive campaign performance? Contact us today.