A brick-and-mortar specialty store is at risk of disintermediation from a subscription company. The response? When you can't beat them, join them.
Digitally-born companies like Casper have transformed the previously mundane experience of mattress shopping into buying an aspirational item – and lifestyle.
Rent the Runway continues to challenge the need of brick-and-mortar retail stores by providing a compelling and accessible online platform to rent high-end women’s fashion for work, evening, and any event in between.
A digital treasure hunt and socially responsible answer to thrift stores and garage sales that take payment out of the equation.
Currently Target’s digital sales only account for 5% of total sales, but through management’s strong investments in digital transformation, Target is on a promising path.
Target was slow to get on the e-commerce bandwagon. The retailer has spent the past several years working feverishly to catch up, in part by leveraging the value of its physical assets.
E-commerce is one of the most significant trends in the digital transformation in the 21st century. From a massive e-commerce company such as Amazon in the US and Alibaba in China to a smaller local player like Shoppee, in Southeast […]
Wayfair is a company that has seen successful growth, a well-executed rebrand, a $1 billion IPO and international expansion.
Stitch fix leverages its algorithm to revolutionize not only the way customers shops for clothes online, but also how they perceive fashion trends and identify their own style.
In early 2015, Gap Inc. CEO Art Peck fired all of the company’s creative directors, claiming they were “false messiahs” for the company. Instead, Peck wanted to move the company to a decentralized data-driven approach to design and product development […]