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Boutique

A small, specialized brokerage firm that offers limited services and products to a limited number of clients. Antithesis of financial supermarket.

Boutique

A small brokerage and investment advisory firm that offers highly personalized services to a select group of individuals. Boutiques have only a few clients.

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nd,] 2015 withLa Nuit du Chocolat, a celebration open to the public coinciding with the reopening of its flagship boutique at 1018 Madison Avenue after a major renovation.
While the national and New York metro lodging markets boast strong metrics, boutique hotels, as a subset, are outperforming their branded brethren.
Today, Nespresso Boutiques can be found from Hong Kong to New York.
These elite boutiques form the cream of the retail chain and showcase spectacular international brands.
Still, some view the building of branded boutiques by large chains as a necessity in order for them to remain profitable.
In October, they relocated to New York City's developing Lower East Side and opened their own boutique, which they named Valley.
The Fasano is just one example of a new trend in this city: boutique hotels.
The single greatest advantage of the boutique arrangement is that customers know that their doctors, brokers, lawyers and dentists will be available at any time of the day or night.
I have worked in a management consultancy," wrote one PRBI client, "So I know that exceptionally talented people can be found in boutiques.
These boutiques offer access to 17 primary equity and fixed-income investment styles.
Situated at 761 Madison Avenue, between 65th and 66th Streets, Nespresso Boutique Bar will open December 4, 2006.
The popularity of the boutiques surpassed even her own expectations, so she decided she would donate 5 percent of the proceeds from her Spring Boutique on Friday and Saturday to the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life event.