Why India Said "No" to RCEP
In a move that looked surprisingly similar to U.S. President Donald Trump’s ‘America First’ stance when he pulled out of what was to be the Trans P...
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Why Millennials are Leading the March Back to Bricks-and-Mortar
Digital natives are looking for opportunities to have real experiences. The down turn in foot traffic and sales at physical retail has been blame...
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Singles Day:  Will Better Data Drive Bigger Sales?
 Singles Day (Nov 11) is expected to draw 100 million new shoppers via mobile devices.  According to Alibaba, greater data analysis is helpi...
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Start Early, Start Small
 How Giordano is building sales in markets most other retailers would never consider. While most brands are still keenly focused on traditio...
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Micro Factories: What's Right, What Could Go Wrong?
The growth in e-commerce has pushed online brands and suppliers to find more flexible ways to manage inventory and meet demand for more customized pro...
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The Gamification of Holiday Shopping
 Anticipating a challenging holiday season, retailers are looking to gain a competitive advantage by being first to the market.  This year W...
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Shopping Festivals:  Sales Surge or Shift?
 While the UK is counting down the days to a possible Brexit, in China all eyes are following Alibaba’s lead up to this year’s Single...
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Tariff Tango: Stepping Towards a Trade Truce
The newest approach to resolving trade tensions between the US and China is break negotiations down into 'phases'.
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The Missing Metric
Costs, profits, and inventory turn are no longer sufficient indicators of a brand’s long term health. Today there are new quality metrics that are p...
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Why Taiwan Could Be the Next Fashion Hotspot
Taiwan is quietly becoming the newest go-to place for emerging design talent. Few international brands and retailers have discovered it - yet. ...
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