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Endless aisles in Retail: How does it work?

Tokinomo

However, brick-and-mortar is not dead and many shoppers still prefer to buy in-store. One of the biggest issues when shopping in-store is the low stock of products. Due to the finite space, retailers need to have a smaller stock of products compared to eCommerce retailers. A lot of consumers got used to online shopping.

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New Zealand’s Deadly Ponies to open first Australian store

Inside Retail

Launched in 2005, the brand designs products in New Zealand with the majority of stock produced at its own eco-atelier in Chiang Mai, Thailand, to ensure total transparency over the sourcing and supply of its pieces. The store is scheduled to open on August 4 on High Street in the Melbourne suburb of Armadale.

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“It’s been an awesome journey”: Marcus Crook on founding HoMie

Inside Retail

I thought there’s got to be a better way to deal with excess stock than sending it to landfills in Ghana. It was going well, so we started to partner with other brands that had excess stock and dead stock that didn’t get used. IR : Tell me about launching your upcycled collection, Reborn.

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‘Earth is Now Our Only Shareholder:’ Patagonia Founder Donates Company to Fighting Climate Change

Retail TouchPoints

The Patagonia Purpose Trust now owns all the voting stock of the retailer, which totals 2% of all Patagonia stock. The Holdfast Collective will control all nonvoting stock and use every dollar received to “protect nature and biodiversity, support thriving communities and fight the environmental crisis.”

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Patagonia founder gives away company to help fight climate crisis

Inside Retail

The company’s voting stock is being transferred to the Patagonia Purpose Trust while non-voting stock had been given to the Holdfast Collective, a non-profit dedicated to fighting the environmental crisis and defending nature. I am dead serious about saving this planet.”. We’re making Earth our only shareholder.

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SikSilk Nets 25% Increase in Digital Purchases Following Site Search Revamp

Retail TouchPoints

The retailer partnered with solution provider Nosto to help it keep the products that appear in search results in line with inventory levels, while also increasing relevancy and preventing “dead-end” searches for which no products or an incomplete list of products are shown.

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Tuning in: Will AI signal the death of music, or herald a new era of creativity?

Inside Retail

” Reporting by Alessandro Parodi, Olivier Sorgho and Matthew Stock; additional reporting by Sarah Mills; Editing by Angus MacSwan, of Reuters. “But there might be situations where (AI) generated music works for new things that have not even emerged yet, new virtual worlds.” appeared first on Inside Retail Australia.