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Apparel 2010 Buyer's Guide
Apparel Magazine has released its 2010 buyer's guide.
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Nordstrom's Big Secret Revealed
Nordstrom Pursues Tech-Savvy Move to Install iPads in Fitting Rooms
E-commerce: Trends That Will Shape 2013
Top Apparel Companies Transform Their Processes with Business Intelligence
Brooks Brothers, Walmart Share U.S.-Centric Strategies
Retail PLM: Best Practices for Rapid Time to Value
12/17/2013 11:00:00 AM
Susan Nichols, Publisher,
Leslie Hand, Research Director,
IDC Retail Insights
Sahal Laher, EVP and CIO,
Quach Hai, Director of Product Management,
Omnichannel and the Consumer: "How Many Channels Does It Take To Make a Sale...???"
11/13/2013 11:00:00 AM
Susan Nichols, Publisher,
Art Krulish, Principal,
ARTK Consulting LLC
Robert McKee, Industry Strategy Director,
Alfred Gerum, Senior Product Manager,
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The Consumer Behavior Revolution Turning Shoppers into Buyers with e-Commerce
Digital shopping is becoming the norm around the world, with mobile users increasingly becoming the dominant force in the fashion industry. Every product catalogue anywhere is open to them. To attract and keep consumers, fashion industry executives struggle to make sure that they have “the right stuff”—the right look, the right inventory in the right channels, with the right timing and the right exposure to the right social media. This anxiety was stirred up publicly when Leslie Wexner, CEO of L Brands, Inc., a specialty retail group, told his investors recently that department stores are irrelevant and that apparel sales are drying up as a category. Read this White Paper – authored by Bob McKee, Infor, Industry Strategy Director to learn the answers on how to turn shoppers into buyers with e-commerce.
Design to Cost: A Holistic Approach to Controlling Development Costs
Fabric is a key component of attracting a consumer’s eye to a garment. However, fabric is also where a majority of the garment’s cost lies, at times accounting for more than 50 percent of the total. Understanding the impact different fabric choices have on a particular design and its production is thus an essential part of the product development process. This whitepaper explores how to manage the challenges of fabric selection through a “Design to Cost” approach—the practice of combining advanced technology and process management at the earliest stages of conceptualization to manage manufacturing constraints without sacrificing a beautiful end product. The approach allows companies to develop designs that appeal to consumers and meet targeted profit margins and quality levels.
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