The make-for-me revolution is not just for small, local, and artisanal businesses. Big, established brands can embrace it, too. Here's how.
Brands live across multiple channels and are not limited to a single experience. And with a physical retail store, retailers can solidify their value.
Everyone loves talking about Big Data. But what about building an edge with your customers by knowing more about them to deliver greater value?
The future brings less direct influence from brick-and-mortar retailers, but could creatively help them provide a valuable omnichannel experience.
Even in an industry saturated with new stores, designers, and apps, some burgeoning fashion brands still catch our eyes as something to get excited about.
Since customer experience is a perception, there is no more meaningful evidence to communicate it than an anecdote. Amy Hatch explains why.
Keep customers happy by anticipating their needs and consistently delivering their expectations. And with real-time analytics, you’ll be one step ahead.
Besides invoking a feeling of nostalgia, what does this shift toward virtual currency suggest for shoppers and the modern retail experience?
Fashion seems to be the arena for anyone with a unique idea, and these startups are definitely examples of such advancements.
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