Category: Made in China

Global Footwear Digital Transformation Summit 2019: See you in Shanghai!

venue: The Longemont Hotel Shanghai, 1116 West Yan An Road, Changning District, Shanghai, China date: September 23, 24, 2019 organizer: ECV International web: http://www.ecvinternational.com/event/en/GlobalFootwearDigitalTransformationSummit2019 Global Footwear Digital Transformation Summit 2019 Digital transformation is the radical transformation of a company’s organization and business processes so that it can leverage emerging technologies to sustain growth. According to…

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3 Unique Features of China’s New Retail

Much has been written about how shopping in China is more technologically advanced than it is in the West, but at what point did China’s tech surpass the West’s, and what was the country’s formula for producing this unique and high-powered consumer ecosystem?

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ELSE CORP at MADE IN ITALY 2.0.2.0 Shanghai Edition, powered by iStarter

ELSE CORP at MADE IN ITALY 2.0.2.0- Shanghai Edition, Powered by iStarter Milan, 15 June 2019 – ELSE Corp – a Virtual Retail Company, an Italian start-up working on the development of the Virtual Retail platform, E.L.S.E. (acronym for Exclusive Luxury Shopping Experience) and that proposes a new Virtual Shopping experience in 3D, participated in…

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Made in Italy 2.0.2.0: Meet ELSE Corp in Shanghai, powered by iStarter

Made in Italy 2.0.2.0: Meet ELSE Corp in Shanghai, powered by iStarter

ELSE Corp, a Virtual Retail company.
“Their services, named “Virtual Retail”, aims to accelerate the transformation of the industry towards a personalized, direct to consumer, customer-pull approach, enhancing the customer’s virtual shopping experience and optimizing the Virtual Retail value and service delivery chain. ELSE CORP offers B2B2C solutions‎ for 3D based Mass Customization to fashion brands, retailers, manufacturers and designers; using E.L.S.E., a Cloud API Platform, powered with AI, machine learning and deep learning, puts together the front-end retail processes such as 3D product personalization and virtual commerce, with a cloud-based back-end processes like virtual fitting and order generation for smart hybrid manufacturing. The startup is committed to creating value not only for the market but also for society by redefining the Value Chain for the fashion industry through Applied Research. It relies on open innovation and collaboration with industry leaders to develop innovative sustainable, transparent and traceable business processes and Distribution Models through market trials”.

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DeepVogue AI: The Era Of AI Design – Farewell Human Karl Lagerfeld?

by Laurenti Arnault The Era Of AI Design – Farewell Human Karl Lagerfeld, Welcome ‘Digital’ Karl Lagerfeld The times we live in! ‘DeepVogue’, a ‘deep learning’ AI design created by Shenlan Technology has managed to take the 2nd place at the China International Fashion Design. The Era Of AI Design – Is AI The Future?…

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The Future of Shopping Is Already Happening in China?

The Future of Shopping Is Already Happening in China via bloomberg.com Traditional retail and e-commerce hold little interest for consumers who are wedded to smartphones and take their cues from influencers. By Daniela Wei and Shelly Banjo When Shanghai university student Milky Guan buys cosmetics, she isn’t impressed by beauty stores and big name brands….

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A fashion tech startup using 3D to make zero-waste sustainable jeans (Unspun)

HK start-up using 3D tech to make zero-waste jeans The start-up is helping to drive Hong Kong’s Smart City goals via its innovative use of tech and 3D printing. via opengovasia.com According to a recent report, a Hong Kong start-up is combining 3D scanning and weaving technology to make the perfect pair of jeans, as…

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The Return of Craftsmanship in China- Jing Daily

via jingdaily.com The Return of Craftsmanship in China For centuries, the label “Made in China” meant exceptional craftsmanship and represented a benchmark of quality and beauty. European traders and power brokers traveled the Silk Road to purchase silks, stone-carved decorative pieces, cashmere, unique calligraphy, and first-rate ceramics. Yet over the past four decades, attempts at…

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