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Detailing Amazon’s Custom-Clothing Patent- The NYT, Technology

via nytimes.com Detailing Amazon’s Custom-Clothing Patent In April, Amazon received an intriguing patent for an “on demand” apparel manufacturing system, which can quickly fill online orders for suits, dresses and other garments. Here’s how it would work. By NICK WINGFIELD and KELLY COUTURIER Image Credit: Amazon Ordering and Printing Patterns The process starts when customers…

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Why Retailers Are Racing to Crack the Personalization Code – Emarketer

via emarketer.com Why Retailers Are Racing to Crack the Personalization Code  Study suggests $800 billion is at stake From Starbucks to Walmart, retailers are investing to figure out how to speak to consumers on a personal basis, with the goal of offering products and services that are truly one-to-one recommendations. There are some hefty rewards…

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Will Amazon’s on-demand manufacturing create trouble for fast-fashion? RetailWire, Discussion

Will Amazon’s on-demand manufacturing create trouble for fast-fashion? via retailwire.com Zara, Topshop and the like have upset apparel retailing with their sophisticated fast-fashion processes, but a new patent awarded this week to Amazon could make their systems look passé. Amazon’s on-demand system would use automated textile printers, cutters and assembly lines to custom manufacturer garments…

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Amazon wins patent for ‘on-demand apparel manufacturing’

via geekwire.com by Monica Nickelsburg Fashion-focused Amazon wins patent for ‘on-demand apparel manufacturing’ Amazon has a snazzy new idea for cutting the cost of making clothes. The Seattle e-commerce juggernaut just won a patent for “on-demand apparel manufacturing,” in which machines only start snipping and stitching once an order has been placed. The patent describes a system…

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PWC RETAIL SURVEY 2017: Online, anche per il lusso la scelta è sul prezzo- Pambianconews

Leggo oggi su Pambianco: PWC RETAIL SURVEY 2017 Online, anche per il lusso la scelta è sul prezzo Il prezzo è il driver delle scelte online degli italiani, anche nei beni di lusso. Secondo il PwC… http://www.pambianconews.com/2017/04/03/online-anche-il-lusso-attento-al-prezzo-212224/ che altro dire? Ormai è chiaro senza il “made to order” e la ri-valorizzazione dei prodotti di qualità,…

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e-Brick-and-Mortar: The Future of Shopping?

via the-makegood.com e-Brick-and-Mortar: The Future of Shopping? By: Lynnsey Rijos The concept of online shopping is nothing new. For years – over 20, surprisingly – consumers have relied on the convenience and speed of purchasing items via their computer. Anything from clothes, books, furniture, and food can be bought online. And while technology has afforded…

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Pure-Play Ecommerce Businesses: Top Online-Only Retail Stores and Their Strategies- a new research by FashionBI

Pure-Play Ecommerce Businesses: Top Online-Only Retail Stores and Their Strategies a new Fashion Research by FashionBI is available! Fashion market’s largest segment in regards to the online purchases is “Clothing” with a market volume of US $219.808m reached in 2016. While Amazon paved way for big brands to sell officially via the platform, eBay focussed…

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Using AI to beat Amazon- Q&A with Kerry Liu, by FierceRetail

via fierceretail.com Using AI to beat Amazon by Jacqueline Renfrow An interview with Kerry Liu, CEO and co-founder of Rubikloud, talked to FierceRetail about AI, machine learning and the elastic cloud Amazon is currently the frontrunner in the world of artificial intelligence and engineering. It’s accomplished a great load of “firsts” in the retail industry,…

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Retail Is Not Dead: Storytelling Through the Physical Environment – Apparel Magazine

Retail Is Not Dead: Storytelling Through the Physical Environment By Bryan Laing, Vice President of Client Services, IDL Worldwide Industry observers continue to sound the death knell for retail, citing increasing growth in online sales, the shuttering of many a bricks-and-mortar chain, and changing consumer shopping behaviors. They’ve got it all wrong, though: retail and online…

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Apparel Magazine: What Amazon and Museums Can Teach Us About the Future of Retail

What Amazon and Museums Can Teach Us About the Future of Retail By Katy Atty, Vice President of Marketing, Clutch If you wanted, you could view entire collections of the world’s great museums from the comfort of your home. And yet no one would say museums are dying. That’s a fact that says much about the…

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