Sustainable fashion label Cuyana and clothing reselling platform thredUP partnered for the Lean Closet Program, which encourages customers to sell their old clothes by providing free shipping labels and store credit. On top of that, the brands donate 5% of the total purchase amount to the anti-abuse nonprofit H.E.A.R.T.
Ahead of Roula's site tour during New York Retail Innovation Week, CEO Mark Voysey explains how he built a premium bicycle brand around consumer demand for on-the-go fitness, helping provide ultimate efficiency for the traveling cyclist
By showing customers exactly where each of their purchases come from, fashion is tackling its transparency and sustainability issues
PSFK sits down with Goldbelly founder Joe Ariel, whose company is satisfying cravings nationwide with innovative local food delivery that connects customers with regional dishes right from iconic kitchens
Ahead of Shoptalk 2019, where PSFK's Piers Fawkes will share insights on the value of physical retail in the digital age, PSFK showcases nine retail innovators not to be missed
In this episode, the PSFK team will guide listeners through six main insights into why customers still care about the store in the age of commerce (hint: they still love brick and mortar!—here's in-depth research into how retailers can meet their new expectations).
Shanghai is the first stop on the retailer's global mission to convert entirely to electric-vehicle delivery, part of its broader goal to significantly reduce its environmental impact
Furniture company Article is looking to compete with other digital-first startups offering home delivery for online orders by sending a team of its own experts rather than a third-party service
Boston supermarket chain Stop & Shop is piloting a robotic grocery van that will bring fresh food and convenience items to customers' door after they summon it via an app, letting them make their own selections
Acting like mobile vending machines, a robotic delivery fleet will offer a small selection of snacks and beverages to students at 50 spots on a California campus
The two retailers partnered to open the first Walmart ecommerce store in Japan, enabling online shopping and delivery of Walmart's U.S. products directly to Japanese consumers
The French grocery store is testing a store model that reduces its processed food section by 50% to include more fresh food, while also featuring digital integrations that allow customers to order online, pick up in store, self-checkout kiosks and more
As competitors Amazon and Walmart enter its marketplace and bring their last-mile delivery services, Walgreens is partnering with FedEx to offer next-day at-home prescription delivery at all of its 9,000+ locations
UPS' solution to Seattle's traffic problem comes in the form of hybrid tricycle trucks designed to maneuver through the clogged city streets, enhancing the brand's last-mile delivery flexibility