A Milkman’s Blog
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15 billion euros in potential sells and thousands of shops and jobs lost. This is the inauspicious forecast made by Renato Borghi, President of the Italy-Confcommercio Fashion Federation, which prompted us to create our first fashion business case, which can be downloaded here.
By adding interactivity to a an already very granular tracking page, we give access to a new type of service.
In this scenario the limitations of the “old” mentality with which many Italian companies have faced the advent of e-commerce become even more limiting.
Someone said to me: “more than ever, it’s logistics that makes the world go around”
Diego Morgandi, E-commerce Director of Kiko, tells our blog the story of the famous cosmetics brand and the needs that led him to choose Milkman as a partner for home deliveries.
Fear spreads panic. And panic spreads problems.
If fast dies and slow rhymes with luxury, what should we, mere mortals, wear? The easy answer is: used clothes.
Among the sectors that will be hardest hit by the closing of that particular door will be retail and logistics. According to the British Retail Consortium (BRC), which represents the interests of the sector: “Retailers rely on complex supply chains and for these to function effectively must be able to access an adequate supply of workers.”
24 are the priority interventions to be operated on the last-mile, catalogued in three categories: in use, implementable in the next 1-3 years, implementable in 4+ years.
And so it is that the world gets smaller and the challenges we face during times of difficulty get bigger.
In her new whitepaper: “Welcome to the 2020’s. Retail Predictions for the Next Decade”, Berg lists some important incoming trends. Let’s take a look at them, one by one, and share some of our thoughts.
However you choose to look at the situation, there are simply too many shops chasing not enough shoppers.