Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
Lagerfeld likely will join Lauren in dressing the incoming First Lady.
The two companies also agreed to leverage Nexgen’s cloud-based “Analytics as a Service” software platform.
They plan to invest in six to eight companies a year.
The solution provider will support HSN in implementing consumer-driven predictive analytics to inform pricing and allocation strategies.
The solution aims to provide supply chain transparency for accelerated production and reduced risk.
Blockchain technology can help luxury brands to fight counterfeit products but Babyghost, launched six years ago by DVF alum Joshua Hupper and designer Qiaoran Huang, is using it as a next level marketing and customer relations tool.
The rollout of this feature comes as retailers wrap up a year of heavy promotions.
As data breaches escalate, the secure biometric shopping platform will resolve compromised passwords and abandoned shopping carts.
The service provider aims to connect the dots for clients in lieu of shifting consumer behavior.
The international online retailer and the Milanese university are developing a new course in digital strategy, marketing and e-commerce.
Kevin Plank aims to change consumer expectations for an athletic brand and stay ahead of present and potential competitors.
The boutique engineering firm has lofty plans for itself, focused on developing products that aim to be preventative and applications beyond simply consumer consumption.
Businesses that sell in U.S. dollars can add their product catalog to Amazon by using their Shopify account.