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7/31/2015
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Ordering clothes, trying them on and returning them is nothing new for many online shoppers, typically across a number of brands from a single website, such as Zappos. Try.com provides a way to "try" stuff from multiple retail websites at once. Will try-on apparel websites appeal to large numbers of consumers?
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Digital ads work, particularly for dollar stores and warehouse clubs, according to research by Placed, a firm that specializes in location analytics. Will having the ability to track consumer behavior connected to digital ads result in a significant increase in retailer budgets going to this delivery method?
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Google Glass is back and it's ready to work. The second generation of the wearable device is being rolled out to a select number of certified "Glass for Work" partners, according to 9to5Google. Do you see specific uses for wearable devices such as Glass in the retail supply chain and/or store environments?
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