From virtual showrooms and efficient logistics to circular economy, WWD offers a roundup of the most interesting solutions on the market.
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The additional features are meant to help small and medium-sized businesses compete with larger retailers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A b-to-b delivery business, Toshi partners with brands and retailers to offer at-home, on-demand services such as pinning and fitting. Customers can also try on different sizes and styles while assistants wait.
Nail salons are still excluded, but L.A. is moving fast toward reopening of hair salons, barbershops, even restaurants amid the coronavirus.
Experts recommend investments in e-commerce in China, 3-D design and consumer data to improve efficiencies — and to mitigate crises.
If Facebook’s latest shopping announcements look impressive, get a load of what’s coming next.
The instillation comes from the company’s innovative Sneaks program, which leverages the latest technology.
The partnership allows Browzwear users to create using video game or special-effects-level quality.
The entrepreneur, whose digital innovation consultancy has just been acquired by the Together Group, talks about the technologies — and mind-set shifts — needed to update the fashion industry.