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How to Increase Revenue with Dynamic & Personalized Offers
It all starts with data — lots of it.

The Complexities of Selling Fashion Over the Internet
Showrooming has hurt many retail businesses but is having the opposite effect on fashion brick-and-mortar shops. Why is that?

At Texprocess Americas: Cutting Machines, New Dyeing Technology and Made-in-the-USA Manufacturing
Bill Grier, AM4U’s president, says a new, revolutionary approach to apparel manufacturing and marketing will change the economics of the industry and help manufacturing return to the U.S.

Taking Your Business Global With Chinese Marketplaces
According to PayPal, by 2018 cross-border online shopping will increase 200 percent to be worth $307 billion, with 130 million cross-border online shoppers. To take advantage of the next big e-commerce opportunity, apparel retailers must first determine the most strategic path to international expansion.

Top 6 Things Every Exec Needs to Know About PLM Transformation
Without proper understanding of six key concepts, retail, apparel and footwear executives are at risk of falling vastly short of their objectives, which built their case for PLM transformation investment in the first place.

What Should be on Your Summer Sourcing Agenda?
Panjiva recently conducted a survey to better understand the concerns, challenges, and opportunities on the minds of the global trade community.

In Haiti, Making Social Sustainability Essential to Apparel Factory Life
Threads 4 Thought and Boxercraft are just two of the customers placing production with Industrial Revolution II, and if you asked them why they chose the Haitian apparel factory, they'd surely point to its high-quality knit tops and bottoms, competitive pricing and proximity to North American markets, but there's another reason these companies are drawn to IRII: because of its social mission.

Brick-and-Mortar Retail Survival Kit: Staying Competitive in an Omnichannel World
Can you imagine your city without shops to peruse, clothes and shoes to try on, and books to page through? Neither can consumers. But with the convenience, speed and ease that comes with online shopping, consumers now expect a higher level of service and a more enticing experience when they do shop in-store.

First Data: April Apparel Spending Grew 1.2 Percent
Easter's shift from March in 2013 to April in 2014 helped lift many categories, First Data found.

Ways Retailers Can Take Wearable Tech from Fashion Statement to Financial Statement
You've heard about wearable technology on the news, and perhaps even seen a photo or two of a celebrity wearing Google's new smart glasses — Google Glass. But what exactly is it like to use Glass? And why is it — along with its smart bracelet, ring, watch and other wearable tech counterparts — becoming such a big deal?

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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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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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How Retailers Can Own the Google Results Page How Retailers Can Own the Google Results Page
As a retailer, you’re constantly vying to attract shoppers on a search engine results page (SERP). ChannelAdvisor’s eBook highlights the components of the Google SERP and offers tips on how to use them to boost your presence.
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