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Future Trends and Innovation

Future success requires planning and investment today. However, taking traditional business models through a transformation is rarely easy, and neither is making the decision where to invest. Failure to take this forward-looking approach will lead businesses to stall, as consumers’ browsing and shopping habits continue to evolve. With this in mind, Drapers partnered with K3 Retail to produce this exclusive report, Future Trends and Innovation.

We delve into some of the topics shaping the future of fashion retail, from the potential for augmented and virtual reality to revolutionise the in-store and online experience, to the role of artificial intelligence in transforming the way retailers analyse, predict and serve customers. We look at the innovations from around the world to watch, from beacons, to invisible payments and what Chinese messaging platform WeChat could mean for UK fashion. 

We also surveyed 65 senior executives at fashion retailers and brands to ask them 13 critical questions around where they are focusing their time, energy and resources, with some interesting findings.

To read this report for free click here. All you need to do is register your details.

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