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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Tablets are optimising in & out of store experience with retailers

 

1. Google Can Handle Data, But Can It Handle Actual Shoppers?

Google is set to open its first retail location in New York City. “While Google clearly has its own set of challenges with its retail endeavor it also has the bandwidth to turn these into an advantage—if that is, it is willing to swap its focus on customer data gathering to customer service.”

2. How Tablets Are Optimizing The In And Out Of Store Experience With Retailers

“Tablets are blending the best of digital and real worlds in retail, ensuring customers are satisfied in line with their evolving expectations.”

3. Mobile Commerce Startup Jello Labs Is Staffing Up With Fashion Insiders

The new fashion startup has allegedly hired Bergdorf Goodman’s social media director Tekstar Hodge and Kate Ciepluch, who served as Shopbop fashion director for 10 years.

4. LiveLux Retools Consumer, Sales Associate Bond Via Mobile Connectivity

“LiveLux is a business-to-business tool that vies to close the gap between premium in-store service and affluent consumers who enjoy the ease of personalized shopping but may be too busy to visit a bricks-and-mortar boutique in person.”

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