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New skills and collaboration are vital for fashion SMEs, writes Judith Tolley, head of creative business incubator the Centre for Fashion Enterprise, as it opens its new business hub
Fashion industry leaders have signed an open letter urging the government to recognise the “critical” role of creative education for young people, the creative industries, and for the economy as a whole.
With the majority of Instagram’s 800 million active users following at least one fashion influencer, the importance of this group is continuing to increase.
Embrace personalization in the right way without coming off as too intrusive and tear down the walls standing in the way of customer’s purchase intent and purchase itself.
Online fashion is thriving. Affiliate network Awin work with over 1600 fashion clients and last year the average fashion brand saw 10% growth and a typical basket of around £66.
It’s coming up to that time of the year again. The fashion industry is relentlessly preparing for peak, and the most innovative and customer-aligned brands will be soaring ahead.
The retail apocalypse is real. It’s here in the UK and across the world. A shift in consumer behaviour was a long time coming, but retailers have been slow to act on it.
Increasing digitization in all areas of life is reshaping the way we communicate. Technology allows people to always be connected and always be online, which has allowed communication trends to change and grow rapidly. Social networks seem to have passed their prime: Messaging apps allow more direct and immediate connection, and have become the most popular form of digital communication.