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10 Trends That Will Help Your Luxury Fashion Brand Stand Out in 2020

10 Trends That Will Help Your Luxury Fashion Brand Stand Out in 2020

To stay ahead in an ever-growing, ever-competitive marketplace, luxury fashion brands need to be aware of the relevant trends each year. It can be a difficult sector to navigate. Evolving channels and shifting markets offer great revenue opportunities whereas, on the other hand, global economic growth as a whole is slowing and industry competition is ...

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How Effectively Can Data Analytics Scale Up Your Fashion eStore

How Effectively Can Data Analytics Scale Up Your Fashion eStore

Data Analytics has enriched many industries and eCommerce is no exception. Looking at the eCommerce fashion industry analysis, the market keeps constantly shifting, as machine learning and other technologies significantly improve efficiency and retrieve information to transform data into valuable insights. No one struggles with collecting data, because data is everywhere. The trouble is, that ...

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Bespoke Experiences for Online Luxury Customers

Bespoke Experiences for Online Luxury Customers

Special treatment for big spending customers is nothing new in the world of luxury shopping. As high- end retailers continue to move into e-commerce, the digital innovators of the pack are using insight to deliver customised experiences to an identified bracket of high-value shoppers. But how is this interpreted by the other “Just Customers”? Can ...

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Five ways Magento 2 will benefit the retailers

Five ways Magento 2 will benefit the retailers

In a nutshell, major changes include Magento 2’s compatibility with modern technologies such as HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery, leaving Prototype JavaScript framework behind. But what exactly does that mean for retailers? Inevitably, such exciting and predominantly technical debate has often excluded those who don’t speak the language! So, we want to fill in the gap by discussing this crucial issue from both aspects: developers/non-developers (including clients) and front-end/back-end.

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