3D Prototypes Available On Demand
A unique software solution lets brands enjoy the benefits of 3D samples without the upfront invest in equipment and staff training.
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The Quietly Overlooked Rise in New Store Openings
Amidst the buzz about a ‘Retail Apocalypse’, many retailers have been quietly opening new stores - and see the opportunity to open even mo...
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The Seven Dichotomies Defining the New Consumer Mindset
 Welcome to a new decade!  Times are always changing. Sometimes the change is small and subtle; other times it can be revolutionary.  F...
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Art Looks to Science To Determine the Right  Merchandise for Global Markets
Merchandising used to be an art.  Now, by necessity, it’s becoming more of a science.   Retailers trying to win not only in their...
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They're Back!
With the growth of e-commerce, even more of the products retailers thought they sold during the holiday season end up being returned.
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The Offer That Makes or Breaks Online Purchases
Moving consumers from “browsing” to “buying” is one of the biggest challenges for e-commerce. The abandon cart with products that have been sel...
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The Japanese Retailer That Built a $800M Business Selling Used Products
Bookoff started off selling used books. Now 90% of its sales are from other categories including apparel, sporting goods, and home products.
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US Agrees to Sign USMCA Deal
Overall, the USMCA is not a major overhaul of NAFTA. However it contains new provisions for digital trade, financial services and other aspects of tr...
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How Seoul is Influencing Asia's  Next Gen Luxury Shoppers
Just as Millennial consumers in Europe and the US are embracing minimalism, their counterparts in Asia are poised to drive luxury goods sales to new h...
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Wearables Find The Right Growth Market
 There was a time when wearable tech was heralded as being the next big thing.  From exercise trackers to heart rate monitoring, from garmen...
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