Betabrand, the online retailer has bought heavily into open innovation. Could it be too much?
“Hi! Can I help you shop for a jacket today?” This was no an ordinary sales assistant greeting me at the store. It was Expert Personal Shopper, a robot by The North Face that would help me choose “the perfect […]
Stitch Fix is utilizing machine learning to be your personal shopping assistant–changing the retail landscape one algorithm at a time.
An increasingly competitive retail landscape and the need to better serve constantly changing consumer demands will force Nordstrom's inventory management model to evolve.
Fast fashion retailer Reformation wants to be the “Tesla of Clothing” — both innovative and environmentally conscious. But can this small company succesfully clean up the apparel industry?
Can Nordstrom respond to consumer demand for more options more quickly, while still managing their inventory costs?
With the slogan, “Expect more, pay less,” Target has grown to become the second-largest discount retailer in the United States. As retailers across the country continue to digitize, how can Target continue to ensure that its customers can expect more?
Amazon has lately put heavy resources in Mexico, aiming to open a 1 million square-foot mega-warehouse near Mexico City to gain market share and reinforce its supply chain in North America. However, the political tension between the U.S and Mexico, fueled by President Trump's threat to cancel NAFTA, casts serious doubt on this strategy.
With famous brands like Nike and Adidas selling apparel directly to consumers, sporting goods retailers fight to stay relevant.
How does Chinese biggest B2C E-commerce company realize same-day delivery for 85% of all products in a country with vast territory, millions of product orders per day and serious traffic jam?