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The New Paradigm of Fashion Business Intelligence (BI)

One of the things many executives do is open up their dashboards in the morning. they review key KPI’s, alerts. To get to this level of sophistication, it took thousands of IT hours to cleanse, prepare and develop tools that executives can use. They are slow to change, expensive and very static.  In this scenario […]

on February 6, 2020

Hidden Levers to Fashion Sell-Through

Matching demand and supply at the point of sale is a key goal at fashion companies, as this will mitigate the cost of stock clearances and reduce the opportunity cost of lost sales. It is a challenging goal, considering demand being highly uncertain and supply lead times are traditionally long. In this edit, we will […]

on January 30, 2020

“Data vs. Creativity” to “Data-Inspired Creativity”

One creative discipline which adapted technology faster than many others is advertising. It is also one of the creative frontiers. Every creative professional can learn from this discipline of how technology and data are used to augment the discipline. In this edit, we look at how the world’s top creative executives transformed their thinking from data vs. […]

on January 21, 2020

Future is a Low Density NOT High Density (HD) Fashion

Before we begin this week’s edit, we are excited to share that we announced earlier this week about two leadership additions to Stylumia family, Priya Sachdeva and Vonita Samtani, who bring with them together over 40 years of strategic business development across these markets. They take on the roles of Director – Business Development (South Asia & APAC) and APAC respectively. The […]

on December 27, 2019

Zero Waste Fashion: Straight from Japan

Why we have not challenged the fashion manufacturing process for long? the traditional ways of making patterns, cutting, sewing and finishing have been around for long. This edit looks at one such innovation which fundamentally challenges the current assumptions. The fashion industry is faced with many economic, environmental and social issues. Some of them include, a) […]

on December 19, 2019

Data Is Not The New Oil, It’s The New Soil

If we enter any conference room or a lecture, it is not uncommon these days to hear “data is the most valuable resource” and “data is the new oil”. I was also party to this analogy. Off late, after working with a lot of organizations with data and solutions to predict the future, our realization is very different […]

on December 12, 2019

Key Trends 2020: A New Decade Of Possibilities

READY TO GO?   2020 ALREADY? BIGGEST SURPRISES OF LAST DECADE # 1 Protests are the new brunches # 2 Access Over Ownership – Sharing Economy # 3 Look East for Innovation # 4 Static to Paid Streaming Content # 5 We need to educate our consumers on Sustainability You would like to kick off next decade on the right […]

on December 5, 2019

Science Of BEING WRONG LESS: Way To Extraordinary

“I take the position that I’m always to some degree wrong, and the aspiration is to be less wrong” – Elon Musk The difference between great brands and retailers and the good ones often is the “less wrong”, the great ones do. It is comparable to the champions in tennis who make less unforced errors. In tennis, an unforced […]

on November 21, 2019

Four Key Actions To Thrive In An Economic Downturn

I’ve heard there’s going to be a recession. I’ve decided not to participate. Walt Disney We are witnessing a lot of discussions, around Brexit in the UK, China’s economic slowdown, Germany’s recessionary trend, drop in India’s economic outcomes, to name a few. International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) chief Kristalina Georgieva recently said, “Global economy must be ready for […]

on November 7, 2019

Bhutan: Inspiring the world of Retail on Sustainability

The government shall ensure that, in order to conserve the country’s natural resources and to prevent degradation of the ecosystem, a minimum of 60% of Bhutan’s total land shall be maintained under forest cover for all time. As I started to research for this edit, what made me write about Bhutan is the inspiring TED video by […]

on October 24, 2019

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