From physics-driven high heels and mineral-infused shirts to sensor-embedded fabrics and new manufacturing platforms for smart textiles, there's no shortage of new developments in the weird, wide world of wearables.
Two separate brands coming together can offer something totally unique to engage and entertain today’s fickle consumer — while boosting the bottom lines of both brands.
Retailers should take a broader perspective to create personalized assortment plans based on the right structured and unstructured data, integrate processes and technology, establish governance and drive business adoption by measuring key collaborative performance indicators.
Did you know that Millennials, born between 1977 and 1995, number a staggering 79 million, and will soon surpass Baby Boomers as the largest age group?
New Balance uses EOS industrial 3D-printing technology to additively manufacture individualized spike plates that improve runner performance.
Companies that have implemented PLM should not stop at product adoption. Existing investments in PLM can be leveraged even deeper into the product development process and throughout the entire supply chain to minimize risk and disruptions.
PLUS: Vendor Viewpoint – Interview with Ken Fearnley, Chief Technology Officer, Simparel
Reducing Compliance Risk When Entering New Sourcing Countries
The cost of non-compliance is lost profit; the root cause of non-compliance is inadequate communication. It pays to communicate well.
As Online Shopping Evolves, the Role of the Store Is Changing Along With It
PwC’s annual global survey of online shoppers shows that even though online shopping is becoming increasingly popular and social media is attracting more attention, 68 percent of clothing and footwear shoppers still want to go to the store.