Nike is responding to the COVID-19 by leveraging its digital resources to connect athletes with customers, strengthening its digital ecosystem and boosting online sales.
StockX is an e-commerce platform on the rise due to it’s unique stock market approach to resale. Strong network effects, superior platform design, and “sticky” features have and will continue to help StockX grow in the future.
When even iPhones did not exist – is when Burberry started thinking of Digital Transformation. The journey that this 100+ years old company took is inspiring and tells us what a winner looks like in this world of Digital Darwinism.
Rent the Runway continues to challenge the need of brick-and-mortar retail stores by providing a compelling and accessible online platform to rent high-end women’s fashion for work, evening, and any event in between.
Wayfair is a company that has seen successful growth, a well-executed rebrand, a $1 billion IPO and international expansion.
With a core competency in data analytics, Stitch Fix has ambitions to become the world's leading personal styling service.
Nike is bucking the "retail is dead" trend by integrating digital disruptions into their strategy and effectively meshing the offline and online worlds through experiences such as Nike Soho.
Amazon, unlike other big tech companies, with the multitude of products hasn't made its foray in the virtual reality or augmented reality space. However, sources say work is underway. This blogpost explores how Amazon could use VR to build on it's existing products.
How does fast fashion make any business sense? Zara uses intensive data and analytics to manage a tight supply chain and give customers exactly what they want.
Do you ever wonder whether you’ll actually use any of the lessons we’re learning at HBS? Katrina Lake’s usage of data and deployment of machine learning at Stitch Fix, proves that paying attention in class pays off.