Ready. Set. Go. The Top 50 share many points of commonality, but the biggest might be that they are all feverishly pursuing better, faster and more personalized customer engagement.
From the bottom to the top of the apparel supply chain, retailing is about capturing the right space — in everything from store and DC location to space in the consumer’s closet, and this year, despite the unique business models that comprise Apparel's annual Top 50 companies, most faced the same challenges — or opportunities, depending on your perspective — of space.
Fast fashion, marauding garmentos and millennials were among the many topics that took center stage at NGC’s recent Panorama User Conference.
Customers, and the technologies with which they choose to engage, will continue to transform the retail industry, and CMOs must adapt quickly to gain market share.
Did you know more than one-third of Millennials use mobile/tablet devices while shopping in stores, while 1 in 2 use mobile/tablet devices while shopping outside the store.
Did you know the largest apparel markets are Brazil, China, Italy, Japan and the United States?
True omnichannel fulfillment ultimately requires inventory visibility, as well as a more integrated, standards-based approach across all members of the supply chain.
PLUS: Vendor Viewpoint – Interview with Bob McKee, Senior Product Director, Global Fashion Industry SME, Infor
Apparel companies must be proactive in managing the complexities of testing and compliance or risk losing far more time and money on the back end in reacting to problems.
Executive Guide to Responsible Global Production, Part II
Roundtable Discussion with Joe Walkuski, CEO and Founder, TEXbase and Gary Barraco, Senior Director, Supply Chain Solutions, Amber Road