In February, 2017, the 3D Retail Coalition (3D.RC) hosted a webcast with the IEEE on 3D body processing. Here are some key takeaways from the webcast.
Cosabella harnesses machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) to convert big data into actionable insights... and sales are soaring.
Patagonia takes sustainability seriously. Their business model centers on manufacturing, repairing and recycling garments so they last a lifetime.
Gone are the heavy, high-waisted jeans that characterized the brand in the 90’s. Lee has transformed their brand with a commitment to movement designed for active lifestyles.
Responsible Sourcing Network has created the YESS initiative, bringing together corporations, suppliers, and NGOs to create a single industry-wide verification of spinning mills.
The whitespace of plus-size apparel is available for the taking, if designers and brands break a few rules in the name of inclusion and diversity.
Pokemon Go demonstrates the ability for brands to creatively use augmented reality technology to engage consumers and increase profits.
Saluting innovation at the Cleveland Cavaliers - the first NBA team to offer virtual reality content in their official mobile application to engage fans in new ways.
Ikea Canada has a new pop-up kitchen store concept in downtown Toronto where customers use RFID-enabled wooden spoons instead of carts.
Store brands programs for food retailers are in the midst of a major transition, and even though these brands historically compete with CPG manufacturers, now is the time to learn from their success.