Fashion is boring but it doesn’t have to be that way. Hi-growth companies are succeeding by using a different strategy and approach to their customers to succeed and drive high margins. Here’s how.
To consumers, it looks like not much has changed at Whole Foods since Amazon bought it. But Amazon is using Whole Foods to understand how to create enormous changes in the supermarket industry.
When customer satisfaction is high, companies outperform in many ways. Now there’s proof.
The pet industry has seen explosive growth, especially among young, independent brands. These trends are what’s happening now in the industry and these new companies are the ones exploiting those trends now.
Jeff Bezos says that Amazon will eventually fail. Is that time near? Here’s a scenario that could cause that to happen—and it’s not so far off.
The athleisure business continues to grow even after many years. But why? Most new kinds of apparel explode with growth and eventually start to decline. Athleisure isn’t doing that because it’s part of a much bigger trend.
The Wall Street Journal reported yesterday that a deal to acquire Barnes and Noble collapsed earlier this year. What would it take for a buyer to save Barnes and Noble? Is there anyone who could really do it ?
It’s well known that retail stores have to adapt to survive. But no one knows exactly what those changes should be. A new project in Manhattan is taking a new approach and if it works it will be highly influential and affect how other retailers adapt their space for the future.
The new Amazon 4-star store has a great idea: show consumers what products are popular. But that’s not all it takes to have a successful store. Amazon 4-star needs to be much better in order to succeed.