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Why Blockchain Could Revolutionize the Apparel Industry and How it Will Happen

Right now, blockchain seems to most people the way The Jetsons did in 1985—and fewer still can likely wrap their heads around what blockchain will mean for the apparel industry.

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Technology is Getting Even More Personal to Help Brands Better Target Consumers

DEQ—also known as Digital Emotional Intelligence—could be the strategic framework for brands that want to leverage data and facilitate engaging experiences for consumers.

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How Big Will On-Demand Manufacturing Actually be For Apparel Sourcing?

The win with on-demand is two-fold: the customer gets exactly what they want, and the brand only has to make exactly what they want. That means little waste, no excess inventory and no accounts receivable risk.

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Your Supply Chains Are Out of Date and This is the Tech That’s Taken Over

The apparel supply chain is emerging from the dark ages with on-demand manufacturing, data analytics and the digitization of the inspection process—and start-ups are leading the way.

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Supply Chain Technology Advancements Predictions, Perspectives

From fibers to the last mile, technology promises to streamline operations, reduce errors, create more accurate assortments and improve consumer experiences—but which will actually pan out?

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