Business Strategy

August 08, 2020: An overall view of a Mid-Town street corner with a person holding a store closing sign as business struggle to stay in business in Manhattan, New York. Mandatory credit: Kostas Lymperopoulos/CSM (Credit Image: © Kostas Lymperopoulos/CSM via ZUMA Wire) (Cal Sport Media via AP Images)

Business Features

Vendor Business Strategies to Offset Impact of Retail Bankruptcies

Retail failures are hardest on small businesses that serve big brands. Here’s how to mitigate some of the risks.

clock August 17, 2020Arthur Zaczkiewicz

coronavirus california

Government and Trade

Calif. Gives Retailers New Guidelines to Start Reopening

No more small, indoor break rooms for workers and hand sanitizer is going to be everywhere.

clock May 7, 2020Kali Hays

Closed sign Coronavirus

Business Features

In Crisis Management, Why the Future Is as Important as the Here and Now

Best practices for business leaders includes “accepting loss” and visualizing a post-COVID-19 world.

clock April 13, 2020Arthur Zaczkiewicz

new skills

Business Features

As COVID-19 Tests C-level Mettle, Change Management Takes Center Stage

As COVID-19 tests the management skills of leaders in fashion and retail, communication and flexibility is essential.

clock April 7, 2020Arthur Zaczkiewicz

A man works from home in Madrid, Spain, 17 March 2020 (issued 18 March 2020). Spanish working parents must try to keep their kids entertained at home while they remote work amid an unprecedented public health crisis in Spain.Millions of Spanish school children stuck at home, Madrid, Spain - 17 Mar 2020

Business Features

Surviving and Thriving in Quarantine: 3 Ways Businesses Can Turn Time Into Opportunity

Eric Nalbone, head of Marketing at Drum, says small businesses can use this time to take on tasks that will strengthen a company in the long run.

clock March 28, 2020Eric Nalbone

gender parity

Business Features

With Start-ups, Gender Parity Correlates to Better Performance

Seattle-based WestRiver Group gathered empirical evidence that showed gender, racial and ethnic parity can bolster the value of companies.

clock March 16, 2020Arthur Zaczkiewicz

office meeting

Business Features

A.T. Kearney Announces Comprehensive Re-brand

Under the re-brand, the company will undergo a name change and highlight colleague perspectives.

clock January 10, 2020Alexandra Pastore

Pauline Brown

Business Features

Former LVMH Executive Spells Out ‘Aesthetic Intelligence’ in New Book

Society’s fascination with the digital world has dulled human senses from the author’s point of view.

clock November 13, 2019Rosemary Feitelberg

bespoke photo services

Business Features

Duo Offers ‘Destination-based’ Photo Shoots for the Masses

The founders of Anée Atelier described themselves as natural-born storytellers, “with two creative minds and adventurers’ hearts.”

clock November 12, 2019Michelle Elise

Mckinsey pop up

Business Features

Tough Times Makes for Strange Bedfellows

A challenging retail landscape is forcing brands and retailers to consider nontraditional types of partnerships.

clock October 10, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz

Jennifer Simons

Business Features

Next-Gen Proof Your Business

Interviewing investors, industry experts and entrepreneurs, WWD defines the next-gen entrepreneur, and what differentiates their business.

clock June 28, 2019Kaley Roshitsh

A new study from Kabbage reveals start-up capital needed for starting a small business.

Retail

Entrepreneurs Take Note: Success Is Within Reach

Despite cash flow deficits and short run rates, entrepreneurs find success, according to a new study from Kabbage, Inc.

clock January 23, 2019Kaley Roshitsh

Jessica Schaefer

Marketing and Promotion

Think Tank: The ‘P.R. Girls’ Debunking Stereotypes, Driving Results

Jessica Schaefer is founder and ceo of Bevel, a public relations consultancy driving quantifiable results in fintech, hedge funds and more.

clock January 17, 2019Jessica Schaefer

Branding basics make for a lasting business.

Marketing and Promotion

Think Tank: So You Want to Start a Clothing Line?

Katie Lundin is a marketing and branding specialist a Crowdspring, a crowdsourced design multiservice company.

clock January 16, 2019Katie Lundin

Tyler Haney

Retail

Tyler Haney on Creating Community at Outdoor Voices

The founder of the activewear brand focuses in on just enjoying the fun of re-creating.

clock November 6, 2018Jean E. Palmieri

Load More Arrow

Essentialist

Today's Must Read

Dagsmejan

Business

Field Notes: When Fabric Goes Next Level

clock 3hTracey Meyers

Social Studies