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Here are the most popular stories that retailers and brands are reading right now to inspire them with their CX innovation work.
An exploration of the new California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and how it is a signal among many for companies to further transform their relationship with consumers into a partnership built on trust
In this episode, PSFK sits down with the subscription grocery platform's founder Abhi Ramesh to find out how his startup is transforming the way America accesses produce, and its plans to scale nationally by remaining online-only
Tulerie is a P2P apparel-sharing mobile experience that takes building a trustworthy community seriously, FaceTiming with each interested candidate before inviting them to join the eco-minded platform
The French luxury brand is expanding its beauty audience with a line of skincare and cosmetic products designed to better accommodate male consumers
b8ta's co-founder and president Phillip Raub speaks with PSFK ahead of appearing at our retail conference to discuss the RaaS store and software provider's evolution over the years, touching on its Forum fashion & lifestyle experience, reinvention of Toys"R"Us, and role in a new decade of retail
StockX editorial director Pete Forester discusses why streetwear is far from dead, and how the resale platform is part of the category's new generation
It's off to the races for 2020. Here's why everyone from retailers to content creators is betting on gaming to innovate their reach—and inspiration for how you can get in the game
With the explosion of the influencer economy and the emergence of the consumer-as-creator, the entrepreneurial attitude and independent livelihoods of Gen Zers and Millennials are giving rise to new ways for brands to reach audiences
Jeff Staple of Staple Design talks current retail strategies and themes like the hyper-local and gender-fluid that had their origins in streetwear—and also explains why "vintage curation" will be retail's next wave