Retail has been rapidly evolving and 2020 will be no different. To stay ahead, retailers need to know the hot trends before they emerge. You don’t want to miss industry insider Justin Honaman’s annual look at the top retail tech trends to watch in the New Year.
A client told me this just the other day, and it struck a chord; not because it is a pithy play on words, but because it is so very consistent with many of my recent client discussions.
“There is data in that system, but we haven’t applied the resources to harvest it and do anything with it.”
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Tapestry is reshaping its digital and analytics strategy. The Coach and Kate Spade owner has appointed Gap's SVP of digital to lead its digital innovation agenda and has launched a sophisticated Data Labs portal, providing its teams with a personalized suite of data science and artificial intelligence tools.
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What makes a retailer truly innovative? For Stitch Fix it is its ability to turn troves of data into real-world insight that connects with shoppers. Learn how the pure play leverages art and science to win in the subscription market.