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Practicology: how retailers can help retailers help their customers

Based in London and Sydney, Practicology are a strategic multichannel consultancy, focusing on enhancing retail experiences through the use of digital technology, whether it’s online, in-store, or both. Their numerous high profile clients include Ted Baker, Selfridges and House of Fraser. We caught up with Nupur Manchanda, the Chief Operating Officer, to find out more about the work…

SUSTAINABLE FASHION INNOVATION: INTERVIEW WITH SOPHIE POSTMA OF RECLAIM BAGS

We’re all trying to do better for our planet, but hot new accessories company Reclaim makes it easy by fusing the recycling of waste products into high fashion items. We spoke to founder Sophie Postma about environmentally ethical fashion, the challenges facing young retail businesses and future projects. Could you explain the concept behind your company briefly?…

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Delivery innovation: Tim Robinson, Doddle

With the increase in shopping online, the challenge becomes delivering goods in a way that matches this convenience, making delivery innovation one of retail’s hottest topics. We spoke to On the dot last week, but one of the best known options for consumers in the UK is Doddle, recognisable from their distinctive purple stores that can often…

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Retail Innovation Factfile: Made.com

Retail innovation factfile: What is it? Made.com is an online-only furniture retailer that launched in 2010. The company sells high-end furniture from independent designers for up to 70% less than its competitors. It cuts costs by shipping items direct from the manufacturer to customer and selling online. Items are only manufactured once enough orders build…