This article was first published on Forbes on Apr 23, 2020, and is authored by Intelligence Node CEO Sanjeev Sularia in his capacity as a member of the Forbes Tech Council. Recent retail news depicts a tale of two distinct fates: stores that are prospering, and those that are barely hanging on.
Fast-growing Scottish retailer, Snag Tights, have tripled their global distribution capacity with the launch of a new fulfilment centre in Venlo, the Netherlands. The award-winning size-inclusive retailer, who achieved 3733% growth in their first three years of trade and are projected to turnover £24 million this year, have expanded distribution facilities
As part of a raft of executive changes, Bath & Body Works parent company L Brands has named Julie Rosen its new President. Rosen brings more than 20 years of retail industry experience, most recently as President of Ascena Retail Group’s Ann Taylor and Loft divisions. Bath & Body Works
Digital era, the long tail, streetwear, social media, pure players, business platforms, influencers, liquid design… these are some of the ingredients for cooking this article… Global volatility, from geopolitics to social instability, is the new normal. Companies in all industries need to adapt the way they manage their businesses in
Forrester’s Digital Go-To-Market Review evaluates brand manufacturers and how well they are positioned to thrive independently of online marketplaces and even traditional retailers. In our second edition of this study, we focused on the beauty goods sector, evaluating 34 brands on five elements for a total of 20 attributes. From
Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe An alleged failure by Dunkin’ Brands to promptly report a 2015 cyberattack may prove costly. According to CNBC, the New York state attorney general is suing the fast-casual giant in relation to a series of data breaches that occurred in