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Why the Time Is Right to Sell a Mid-Market Apparel Company
Today, founders of successfully managed, middle-market companies are in the driver's seat, with multiple opportunities to monetize their life's work.

DNA Authenticates Labels, Keeps Counterfeits From Consumers
Counterfeiters are constantly innovating, and more and more often, it is difficult to discern the differences between genuine and fake products, but now high-technology advances are starting to come to the rescue.

Top 6 Tech Trends in the Fashion Industry
In the fashion industry, if you aren't moving forward, chances are you are falling behind. Read on to find out what's hot now and what lies ahead.

Increase Profits By Localizing Your Markdowns
There is a dichotomy between the common practice of executing enterprise-wide markdown start-date, cadence and discount when contrasted to highly localized pre-season merchandise plans.

Outlook on In-Store Pickup for Brands
Today's fashion and apparel merchants must create immersive, seamless experiences to elevate their brands and drive traffic to their sales channels, including franchises and brick-and-mortar retail partners.

Sourcing Today: Upsides, Downsides and No Surprises
Learn how Rocky Brands, Brown Shoe Company, Hanesbrands, PvH and other top companies handle their sourcing challenges and prepare for the future.

Are CEOs Missing the Boat on Omnichannel?
There's a disconnect between what CEOs want to achieve and what steps they're taking to get there.

Give Your Customers Amazing Customer Service or Say Goodbye
It's easy to attract new customers, but if you then leave them disappointed due to poorly performing technology, be that online or in store, you'll soon have them searching elsewhere.

New Look Makes Fast Fashion Even Faster
New Look’s use of Quantum Retail’s Q platform has changed its approach to managing its allocation and replenishment.

Win at E-commerce by Inspiring Consumer Confidence
Compared to categories such as books and electronics that see between 30 percent and 60 percent of sales online, apparel retailers have a long way to go just to catch up, and incorporating fit technology can help convert e-commerce browsers into buyers.

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Discover How To Keep Up With More of Your Mobile Customers
6/24/2014 11:00:00 AM (EST)
Susan Nichols, Publisher, Apparel Magazine
Ron Klein, "Total Retail" Service Leader, PwC Advisory
Annabelle Hoover, Director of Customer Service, North America, BROOKS SPORTS, INC.
Marie-Pascale Authie, Solution Consultant, Infor Fashion
Bob McKee, Industry Strategy Director, Infor Fashion
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Planning in the Omnichannel World with a Single View of Inventory
5/13/2014 11:00:00 AM (EST)
Susan Nichols, Publisher, Apparel Magazine
Rich Pedott, Partner, Columbus Consulting
Peter Charness, SVP America’s & CMO, TXT MAPLE LAKE
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A Model for Change – Part 1: The Need for Transformation A Model for Change – Part 1: The Need for Transformation
The pace of fashion has never been faster. Fast fashion, social media and mobile technologies have given consumers the power of instantaneous sharing. The market is increasingly saturated and consumers increasingly sophisticated, which makes tried and true fashion strategies such as geographic expansion and internationalization more complex than in the past. The fashion industry--our industry and the way we work--has been forever changed. This paper highlights the major shifts that have led fashion to its current state and how companies are responding to the new fashion landscape, suggesting a model for change.

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Solutions & Strategies for Supply Chain Assurance and Collaboration: A Retailer's Quest for a Unified Buying Cycle Solutions & Strategies for Supply Chain Assurance and Collaboration: A Retailer's Quest for a Unified Buying Cycle
P2P gaps plague retail relations with suppliers, 3rd party logistics and other partners. The impact? Escalated transaction costs per invoice, low contract compliance, longer lead times for orders, slow cash-cash conversion cycles, increased chargebacks and vendor dissatisfaction. A major opportunity exists for streamlining one vision of an integrated purchase order and creating a unified buy­ing cycle for the retailer, supply chain partners and the overall network. Retail industry analyst Sahir Anand from Edgell Knowledge Network describes how to create a single view and vision for orders and supply chain transactions - from source to settlement to sale - across any channel.
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