Did you know that one garbage truck of textiles is landfilled or incarcerated every second? Or that the fashion industry produces a higher percentage of global wastewater and carbon emissions than all international flights and maritime shipping?
As we all know, the cornerstone of a successful store is a flawless customer experience. And one of the biggest contributing factors to that experience is the look and feel of the store.
There are approximately 3.22 million retail sales associates working in the US. Most of us, at one time or another, will have worked in a store, perhaps part-time as a student.
The YOOBIC London team was thrilled to host our 8th Retail Innovation Breakfast at Covent Garden's Hospital Club yesterday.
We had our fill of coffee, croissants and thoughts on retail from our two incredible speakers: Michaela Michaelides of Yankee Candle (our amazing client) and Gordon Bullock of GRJB consulting.
With disruptive new direct-to-consumer players quickly winning over customers, traditional cosmetics retailers need to seriously shake up the way they work to stay in the game. The best way to do this is by increasing visibility into store and field operations.
Only this level of insight into what happens in-store will enable brands to maximise their efficiency and provide a consistently perfect customer experience. Here’s why it is so essential:
This week's post is written by Michael Dahan, the CEO of New Legacy - Sports Zone, a lifestyle athletic footwear and apparel chain in Maryland. He has been a retail executive in this industry for 18 years.