Fast Retailing Co., Ltd. is a public Japanese retail holding company. In addition to its primary subsidiary Uniqlo, it owns several other brands, including J Brand, Comptoir des Cotonniers, g.u., Princess Tam-Tam, and Theory. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Yanai Tadashi is Japan's richest self-made billionaires. He started Uniqlo in 1984 in Hiroshima and grew it from 1 store to 3,000 stores. Uniqlo stores are found now all over the world. His goal is to lead Uniqlo to the largest apparel retailer in the world by 2020. Now he is number three in the world
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Subscribe for more Hungry Beast: http://bit.ly/HungryBeast Meet Zara: the Spanish company at the forefront of Fast Fashion, where speed and disposability are the new black. Launched in 1975, Zara now has almost 2000 stores in 77 countries. Its parent company, Inditex, turned over $17 billion last year, helping reclusive founder Amancio Ortega -- a railway worker's son -- become the 7th richest man in the world. Zara's HQ is a futuristic building known as "The Cube" in La Coruña, northwestern Spain. From there, staff churn out 30,000 designs a year, near carbon copies of fashion's big names. Lightning-fast, locally-targeted designs are Zara's specialty: when Madonna played three weeks of European concerts in 2001, teenage girls went to her later shows wearing knock-offs of the outfit from her first performance. Zara's 'vertically integrated' business model limits outsourcing, making most of its catwalk copies in-house and ensuring better quality control. When it does use cheap labour, it mostly uses poorer European countries over the developing world. Garments hit shop floors within three weeks of design -- blitzing the industry average of six months. Fashion used to be sold in four seasons. Zara wants you to buy for one-hundred-and-four. New clothes arrive in every store twice a week -- days known by fans as "Z Days" -- and fuel the need to turn over your wardrobe. The brand's global distribution centre, also in Spain, moves 2.5 million items per week. Nothing remains warehoused longer than 72 hours. Clothes are ironed in advance and packed on hangers with security and price tags affixed, saving store staff 'prime selling time'. Records are kept of any clothes tried on but not bought, sent back to Spain along with all cash register data. Customers visit Zara on average six times more often than its competitors, causing rival stores to dread its arrival on their turf. When Zara opened a store in China last year, one industry commentator noted "it just murdered everything around it". And when the doors of Zara's first Australian store opened in Sydney in April, 80% of the stock was snapped up within three minutes. Shoppers might love Zara but fashion's elite are not so happy. One unnamed designer complained "we spend a fortune researching and working up ideas, then Zara comes along and walks off with them for nothing". Zara has achieved global success with almost zero advertising, which its founder calls a "pointless distraction". Zara. Fast, affordable, pre-packaged fashion. A business built on speed, designed for addiction. Graphics by Nick George For more Hungry Beast, check out our Playlists: Beast Files: http://bit.ly/BeastFiles-HungryBeast Sex: http://bit.ly/Sex-HungryBeast Breaking The Law: http://bit.ly/BreakingTheLaw-HungryBeast Vox Pops: http://bit.ly/VoxPops-HungryBeast Best of the Beast: http://bit.ly/BestoftheBeast-HungryBeast
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#growyourbusiness #revenuegrowth #salesmotivation Revenue Growth Strategies - Where to Grow Your Sales. In this video I cover four revenue growth strategy that you sales team can focus on to boost their sales and pipeline. For more sales training tips on selling, go to http://www.VictorAntonio.com
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Today, we’re going to look at the history of Zara, its parent company Inditex, and the fashion industry in general, to see how it became possible to create such a high churn rate in the fashion industry. An average American will throw away 77 pounds of clothing every year. And that’s true across the majority of the western world. That is two suitcases of clothes, just dumped. Zara’s first store opened in 1975, in a city called A Coruna in northern Spain. Owners Amancio Ortega and Rosalia Mera had wanted to name it after a favorite Greek film called Zorba the Greek, but a bar on their street had already beat them to the punch, so they settled for Zara, since they had already had the letters made for the sign. Inditex was set up in 1985 as holding company for Zara and the manufacturing plants. They went on to set up and take-over many other high-street brands that follow Zara’s format; such as Pull and Bear, Bershka and Stradivarius. They now have over 6000 stores globally. Zara’s early business model was to create similar copies to high end lines but at an affordable price. As they expanded through Spain, Ortega pushed the idea of instant fashion, where Zara could react incredibly quickly to new trends so they could put new lines on the shelves in a fraction of the normal time. -----------------Support the channel: Support this channel: https://www.patreon.com/alexberman SUBSCRIBE for more videos like this: http://youtube.com/alxberman?sub_confirmation=1 Check out our Digital Agency Marketing Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/hr/podcast/digital-agency-marketing-1/id1200614219?mt=2&ls=1 Need lead generation or marketing support for your agency? Check out http://experiment27.com . /// R E S O U R C E S Get the sales and service agreement we use to close business (free client contract template) [$1,000 value]: http://bit.ly/2mpyFLs Get the actual questions we use to qualify clients on the first call: https://experiment27.lpages.co/discovery-call-structure-and-questions/ Free Sales Courses: https://experiment27.teachable.com/ __ /// MORE FROM ALEX Subscribe for more videos: http://youtube.com/alxberman The Alex Berman Podcast: https://itunes.apple.com/hr/podcast/digital-agency-marketing-1/id1200614219 __ /// WORK WITH ALEX More enterprise clients for your agency: http://experiment27.com Turn your book into a documentary: https://loreliapictures.com/ Book a one on one with Alex: http://experiment27.com/consult __ /// BUSINESS INQUIRIES: For sponsorships you can reach me at: [email protected] __ /// R E S O U R C E S Get the sales and service agreement we use to close business (free client contract template) [$1,000 value]: http://bit.ly/2mpyFLs Get the actual questions we use to qualify clients on the first call: http://bit.ly/2vqZCyK Get the proposal template you can use to sell 5 and 6 figure deals: http://bit.ly/2NqiPJw Free Sales Courses: https://experiment27.teachable.com/ __ /// WORK WITH ALEX More enterprise clients for your agency: http://experiment27.com Turn your book into a documentary: https://loreliapictures.com/ Work one-on-one with Alex: http://experiment27.com/consulting __ /// SHIRTS & HOODIES http://wohello.com __ /// MORE FROM ALEX Subscribe for more content like this: https://www.youtube.com/user/alxberman?sub_confirmation=1 The Alex Berman Podcast: iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-alex-berman-podcast/id1200614219?mt=2 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6fnAZkjzRhtPYvsZkcMmjK?si=7gwE0NuPSqSMFpGM9MskGg __ /// BUSINESS INQUIRIES: For sponsorships you can reach us at: [email protected]
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Uniqlo founder Tadashi Yanai is fascinated by failure. And he’d rather be a tough boss, than a nice one. Here are 5 things to know about Japan’s richest man. The full interview on Conversation With: http://bit.ly/2bnSEph
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Today, consumers can hit “ignore” on any ad, brand or store experience that isn’t relevant. To grab and keep their attention, manufacturers and retailers need to put the “I” back in retail—and create personal, engaging experiences. http://nlsn.co/6050DYpWw
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UNIQLO (Fast Retailing Group) has adopted a new sustainability statement, “Unlocking The Power of Clothing.” With a focus on products, the supply chain, employees, and stores and communities, we will continue our initiatives through our clothing business to change the world for the better and become a sustainable brand for the future. http://www.uniqlo.com/en/sustainability/ Vol 1. Stores and Communities We contribute to communities through stores by implementing the All-Product Recycling Initiative, in which we collect articles of clothing in our stores, as well as through next-generation training, eco-friendly management, and more.
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Japan set to launch Uniqlo clothing brand in India next year. Fast Retailing Co. plans to open its first Uniqlo store in Delhi in fall 2019. Japanese apparel retailer UNIQLO will foray into India next year with the first store in the national capital, a company statement said on Wednesday. This will also mark the brand’s entry in the South Asia region. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If you feel good, please support the author by subscribing to our channel to track the next video. * SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: https://goo.gl/QZDHcv
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Want me to help you start and grow you online fashion business? Go here - http://www.pmcgregor.com/fashion-breakthrough/ I recently spoke at Pure London showcasing the 6 steps to starting an online fashion business. I wanted to share the footage with you... This is a snapshot of a 2 day lecture I teach at the London College of Fashion. It was a proud moment to speak on stage at Pure London, just 7 years ago (when I first got started online) I attended Pure London as a trade show looking for brands to stock on my online retail store. To attend the next Pure London go here: http://www.purelondon.com/ Footage on behalf of Ascential Events. Apply for me to help you with your online fashion business (LIMITED SPACES) - http://www.pmcgregor.com/fashion-breakthrough/ For more videos on self improvement subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXiZFpmQK4Fnx7n2Tvxp8VA Read my free magazine here: http://www.mensfashionmagazine.com/
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Join us Live! The retail and distribution landscape is changing extraordinarily fast, quickly exposing brands to new challenges and also many exciting new opportunities to get healthy products into the hands of consumers. To better understand changing consumer purchasing habits and opportunities at retail and online, we've enlisted the help of natural and organic products retail, distribution, and brand experts to share actionable insights and tactics to help inform individual channel strategies. Brands will leave this Summit with a better understanding of how to successfully navigate a complex retail and distribution environment.
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"Joelle DIDERICH, Senior Business news editor, WWD Webber HUDSON, Executive vice president, Related Urban, United States Li FANG, PhD candidate - Urban engineering, Environment and Housing (Lab’Urba), LVMH France Tiziana TINI, Web Marketing coordinator, LuisaViaRoma, Italy • Prestige retail: where international luxury brands want to successfully expand their business • Luxury vs Fast retailing: 2 distinct markets with different locations (high-street vs mall) or a potential combination to meet consumers’ needs? • When luxury needs digital MAPIC 2015 www.mapic.com
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Kamu tau ga Sahabat Finansialku bahwa Pendiri Uniqlo adalah orang terkaya kedua di Jepang pada tahun 2014 menurut Majalah Forbes. Kerja keras dan ketekunan adalah dua kualitas seorang pengusaha bisnis yang sukses. Tadashi Yanai adalah CEO Fast Retailing Co, pemilik merek pakaian Uniqlo yang dicintai oleh orang Jepang. Dia juga saat ini adalah Ketua, G.U. CO, LTD. Selain itu, Tadashi Yanai juga menjabat sebagai direktur dan konsultan eksternal di perusahaan besar seperti Nippon Venture Capital Co., Ltd. dan Softbank Corp. Penasaran kan apa saja yang bisa dipelajari dari kesuksesan Uniqlo ini? Tonton aja yuk gengs!! Lihat & Pelajari Kesuksesan Dari Brand Fashion Jepang Ternama: Uniqlo yang akan Membuat Kamu Terpukau! #InsipirasiFinansialku =================================================== LANGSUNG DOWNLOAD E-BOOK GRATIS DARI FINANSIALKU: Ebook Pentingnya Mengelola Keuangan Pribadi & Bisnis : https://goo.gl/QDHK8r =================================================== Baca juga artikel-artikel finansialku lebih lengkapnya ! Kisah Sukses Tadashi Yanai, Pendiri Uniqlo https://www.finansialku.com/kisah-sukses-tadashi-yanai/amp/ Video rekomendasi selanjutnya Founder & Money : Tommy Wong "Ada Harapan Didalam Kesusahan" Part 2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wb52aDqZ0hY =================================================== Event Finansialku Event Finansialku SOLO "Mengenal Investasi Reksadana & Saham https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dw084RXg2hQ&t=53s =================================================== Kunjungi Website Kami: https://www.Finansialku.com/ =================================================== - Download Aplikasi Finansialku - Google Play Store: https://goo.gl/ChpUmg - Daftar Aplikasi Finansialku : https://aplikasi.finansialku.com/user/register - Like Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/finansialku/ - Follow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/finansialku_com/ - Subscribe Vidio: https://firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2018, Finansialku.com =================================================
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► Game: This is a tutorial on how to get started in Retail Tycoon. This tutorial includes: Starting your store, managing items, how to work and supply your store, future tips and tricks, good investments, how customers work, upgrading, how to stock, how workers work, how building and furnishing works, and much more! I hope it was helpful. Retail Tycoon is a tycoon where you get to run your own business and manage everything about it, and grow your own store, with the freedom do literally do anything. ● Link: http://www.roblox.com/games/284076212/Retail-Tycoon-Beta ● Follow me anytime into games, and follow my social media so you can get notifications and keep track of events and videos, and learn a bit about me! There's also a brand new discord where ROBLOX players all hang out and chat! ● Video Crew (If Any): ► Don't forget to subscribe and like the video, for more great content! Leave some comments as well. It's free! Link: https://www.youtube.com/user/biggranny000 ► ABOUT: Biggranny000 is a youtube channel dedicated to bringing rich, high-quality content for people to view, for free. It's mainly ROBLOX, but there's other vareity as well. Some examples are: Tutorials, lets plays, gameplays, commentary, reviews, technology, and much more! Always constantly uploading, and there's an active and growing community! The channel will always be improving. Milestones will come with special events and new things! ► Social Media: ● Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/biggranny000 ● Twitter: https://twitter.com/biggranny000 ● Roblox Group: http://www.roblox.com/My/Groups.aspx?gid=2608018 ● Roblox Profile: http://www.roblox.com/User.aspx?id=947570 ● Twitch: http://www.twitch.tv/biggranny000 ● Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/biggranny000/ ● Google+ https://plus.google.com/+biggranny000 ● (NEW) Discord: https://discord.gg/0j438y1r4AFWyEuN ► PLAYLISTS: https://www.youtube.com/user/biggranny000/playlists ► Wondering PC Specs? Check my channel about section! (For more info) Laptop: MSI Apache GE 62 Pro Desktop: http://pcpartpicker.com/p/YP4NK8 Recorder: Action! ► Support the channel with donations! https://www.youtube.com/user/biggranny000 ● You can also support the channel by providing funds via roblox or other sources, which can be used for advertising and more! ● Viewing my videos is already plenty enough to support me, you can also support this channel by doing activites, such as telling your friends, shouting me out, and inviting me to opportunities to grow! Thanks! ► Description last edited on 2/10/16 - Let me know if I should change or add anything!
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A video taken outside the headquarters of Fast Retailing (Uniqlo). Map http://tinyurl.com/fastretailing The chairman, Yanai Tadashi has written a book called "Forget Your Successes in a Day," about the way that runs the Uniqlo chain of stores, never becoming self satisfied. I mention his philosophy in cultural psychology classes. Heine has two interlinked theories about why the Japanese are more likely to engage in self-criticism (rather than pumping up their self-esteem). 1) The Japanese don't care so much about being there as getting there. Hence they don't mind negating their current success for continued self improvement. 2) The Japanese don't care much about being great as being loved. Being "successful" is just an ego trip. But making customers and employees happy, that is what success is really about. Generally speaking Western psychologists would be inclined to claim that Yanai's philosophy is very unhealthy and likely to lead to depression (Taylor and Brown). Zelligman, the former head of the American Association of Psychology and founder of "Positive Psychology" encourages passing the buck, blaming others, negating the contributions of others and the effect of chance, and doing pretty much anything to get a buzz out of ones successes. Here is the main man showing that remembering ones successes can work too http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhVGei2Jljs And not all Western Psychologists recommend high self esteem, particularly "Sociemeter Theory" by Rory Baumeister and friends. http://www.psychologicalscience.org/journals/pspi/pdf/pspi411.pdf
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The operator of Japan's Uniqlo clothing chain has opened its largest-ever store in Shanghai. Monday's opening of Fast Retailing Company's flagship store in central Shanghai was packed with shoppers. The 6-story building is around 8,000 square meters. This exceeds the 5,000 square meters of the company's previous largest outlet in Tokyo. About 1,000 mannequins showcase the brand's lineup. There were 225 Uniqlo outlets in China at the end of August. In the coming years, the company plans to open between 80 and 100 new stores annually in the country.
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In this episode, Ms. Nidhi Mishra talks about field retail management. Retail basically is a process of selling goods and services to customers through multiple channels of distribution. Retail stores may be small or big. But they most operate in the same lines as purchasing to sale. Retail management includes planning, strategizing and coordinating the operations of retail outlets. Be it small franchise like fast-food chains or sections of the supermarket. Retail management includes all steps that are required to fulfill customers buying needs. Department stores, supermarkets, and grocery stores are the most common retail stores. Others include: Warehouse retailers: They keep stock of a large variety and quantities of product and sell it at a lower price. Specialty retailers: they = sell products of a particular brand or products of the specific category. Discount retailers: they sell a wide variety of products at a lower price than the wholesale prices. Internet retailers or mobile retailers: Nowadays customers have the option of shopping by using the internet or smartphones and the products are delivered at their homes. You can enter the field after class 12th be it from arts, science, and commerce. But do note that few institutes offer diploma and graduation course. Most of the universities or institutes offer post graduation course in retail management. To seek admission for a post-graduation course you need to clear relevant entrance exam, group discussion, and personal interview. Some institutes may also ask for 2-3 years of work experience. A course in retail management helps you to learn the concepts of retailing, which would help for future undertakings as well as practical experience. So, along with the education requirement certain skills sets like good analytical, numerical and IT skills, communication and knack for convincing people leadership skills, problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills, organizing skills and patience are important. You also need to be updated with the changes happening in the retail industry and be familiar with advertising and merchandising techniques. Job prospect is not only available in retail outlets, supermarkets but also in sectors like the food chain, sales, and marketing, airlines, hospitably sector, and supply chain sector. With online shopping have great demand. Retail management has become one of the fastest growing industries leading to growing career options. The emergence of technological advancement has a far-reaching impact behind the changing pattern of retail industry and making a new retail industry. If you need any further information on Career in Retail Management then please feel free to contact us. Mumbai: +91 22 25287474 / +91 22 25288844 / +91 96992 16857 Bengaluru: +91 78296 88844 Visit our website: https://www.growthcentre.org/
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Synchrony's Future of Retail Insights Series presents its fourth video in this new forward thinking thought-leadership series. This video tackles the topic of Consolidating Brands. Experts share their views around how some retailers may choose to merge with complimentary retail brands to deliver an enhanced brand experience in the future. As retail undergoes a shift towards more online purchasing, experts surmise that the retail industry in the year 2030 may look dramatically different than what we see today, with fewer brands delivering focused products and services with a unique experience. For more Insights from Synchrony on the Future of Retail, visit http://bit.ly/SYF_FoR About Synchrony: Synchrony believes ambitions live everywhere. That’s why we partner with over 350,000 locations across the U.S to provide the payment tools and technologies, promotional financing and retail insights to help businesses and customers thrive. We give people the buying power they need to help put ambitions in reach, so everyone can achieve what they’re working forward to now, and for the future. Connect with Synchrony: Visit Synchrony WEBSITE: www.synchrony.com Like Synchrony on FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/SynchronyFinancial/ Follow Synchrony on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/synchrony Follow Synchrony on INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/synchrony/ Follow Synchrony on LINKEDIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/synchrony-financial
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Fast fashion is a major contributor to the world's clothing waste problem. Many of us give our old clothes to charity or drop them in a store take-back bin, but you might be surprised to learn most of it is sold and can end up in the landfill. To read more: http://cbc.ca/1.4493490 »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/1RreYWS Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news, video, audio and in-depth coverage: http://bit.ly/1Z0m6iX Find CBC News on Facebook: http://bit.ly/1WjG36m Follow CBC News on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1sA5P9H For breaking news on Twitter: http://bit.ly/1WjDyks Follow CBC News on Instagram: http://bit.ly/1Z0iE7O Download the CBC News app for iOS: http://apple.co/25mpsUz Download the CBC News app for Android: http://bit.ly/1XxuozZ »»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»»» For more than 75 years, CBC News has been the source Canadians turn to, to keep them informed about their communities, their country and their world. Through regional and national programming on multiple platforms, including CBC Television, CBC News Network, CBC Radio, CBCNews.ca, mobile and on-demand, CBC News and its internationally recognized team of award-winning journalists deliver the breaking stories, the issues, the analyses and the personalities that matter to Canadians.
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Alcoa, one of the world's largest aluminium producers and Japanese clothes company Fast Retailing are both reporting results. Hit by falling commodity prices, markets are not expecting a shiny new set of profit figures from Alcoa but the Japanese firm Fast Retailing is predicted to reflect the success of the Uniqlo clothes brand, which has been occupying the market position which once belonged to Gap. Saxo Bank's Head of Equity Strategy Peter Garnry brings us up to date with his expectations ahead of the share price response.
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My courteous greetings to everyone This video discuss about the retail marketing strategy of the leading fashion brand in Europe - ZARA. The video is a voiceover of a powerpoint presentation discussing about ZARA's business model where the it focusses mainly on it consumers (heart of business model), its design and production, the logistics system and its boutique stores. The ppt for the video are available on slideshare link http://www.slideshare.net/ShivanshSurana/zara-a-marketing-strategy-redefining-retailing Shivansh
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Hear from Whole Foods Market's Global Senior Coordinator of Local Brands and Product Innovation about what it takes to launch and grow a food business successfully at a large retailer. In this webinar, we will discuss: - The value in differentiation of your brand in the competitive market - Examples and stories of successful natural brands that have grown through retail and food service - Key takeaways about branding, design, and positioning in the market - Planning and preparing for the expenses associated with scale and broader distribution. About the Presenter: As Global Coordinator of Local Brands, Product Innovation & Development, Elly Truesdell leads strategic partnerships for local purchasing programs across the company. Truesdell offers expertise in brand development, food trends and product innovation, grown from eight years of leadership in purchasing and marketing at Whole Foods Market’s Northeast Region. Truesdell made her mark by identifying and launching local products across categories, overseeing the Northeast’s grocery program and cultivating emerging suppliers for national distribution.
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Tackling the US market is key for any apparel company expecting to succeed worldwide. Since Fast Retailing, Uniqlo's parent company, wants to become the world's largest clothing company by 2020, Uniqlo's expansion into the states comes as no surprise. To compete with stores like H&M, Zara and Gap, Uniqlo stores have opened in key US cities such as New York. However, the company must continue to innovate if it wants to succeed once the novelty of being a new brand wears off.
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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Every year we throw away 30 kg of clothes, and the textile industry is one of the world’s top 5 polluters. So, how can we make the fashion industry more sustainable? It’s easy, claims social scientist and Creative Director Fredrik Wikholm, we just need ethics, environment and economics to be buddies. With his new innovation “The Rag Bag” Fredrik challenges the business to take action now, before it’s too late. It was the creative mindset and will to change, rather than skills in textile design that brought Fredrik Wikholm and his snowboard collective to start up a fashion brand that focused on sustainability. Now he’s taking recycling to the next level with an open-source innovation institute to pave ways for the fashion industry to make more sustainable choices. About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Retail News - Norbreeze Group is a retail specialist based in Singapore, operating more than 40 of direct and indirect retail stores in South East Asia. They carry famous international brands such as Cath Kidston, Pandora, Philip Stein and Bering, with flagship stores in the highest profile shopping malls in Asia. SaaSplaza is the cloud partner of Ibiz Consulting Services in Singapore, who is the IT business solution partner for Norbreeze Group.
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Scott Galloway speaks at L2’s Amazon Clinic about how Amazon is disrupting retail. Not only has Amazon changed consumer shopping habits, it has changed the relationship between shareholders and investors. Investors are no longer satisfied with steadily growing profits; instead they seek fast growth and strong vision – even at the expense of profitability. See video for insights on the future of brand, Alexa’s effect on households.
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India's retail market is massive, messy and unfriendly. Foreign retailers were only allowed after our economy liberalised in 1991, and even then conducting business in India was difficult. Over the years, the Government has eased it's FDI retail policy significantly. Earlier companies wanting to hold equity more than 49% in companies in India, they have to jump through several bureaucratic loopholes. As of 2018, 100% FDI is possible in single-brand retails entities with no prior permission from the Government. In the last 2 decades, our retail landscape has changed from local kirana stores to huge brands like Mango, Zara and now IKEA setting up shop. IKEA is the latest of these to enter India and with an investment of $1.9 billion dollars, they're India's largest 100% owned foreign brand. Who will dig their roots into India next? Multi-brand retailers like TESCO and Walmart? One can only wait to find out. #IKEA #India #Hyderabad
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From product information to payment, it's all done on an app. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi explores one of Alibaba's new retail stores and robot restaurants in Shanghai, China. ----- Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wuoARM Subscribe to CNBC Life on YouTube: http://cnb.cx/2wAkfMv Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cnbcinternational Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cnbcinternational/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CNBCi
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On the PINC.18 stage this year the president of Global Creative John C Jay inspired the audience with a great talk about design, dreaming big and creativity. PINC stands for People, Ideas, Nature, Creativity. These themes are the heartbeat of this unique conference held once a year in the Netherlands since 1999. An inspiring cascade of new ideas, great stories, and impressive visual presentations delivered by a superb selection of national and international speakers from every imaginable discipline. PINC is a truly extraordinary event. An opportunity to recharge your personal and business batteries. PINC usually features around 16 international speakers, who have little in common except that they have a passion for what they do and absolute faith in the power of innovation, inspiration and creativity. The presentations are larded with exceptional, visual, theatrical and artistic intermezzo’s. Check out her video and more on PINC Conferences YouTube channel. Also check out our websites for our next event in Zeist, The Netherlands annually in May and in Sarasota, Florida annually in December. http://www.pinc.nl http://pincsarasota.com ‘It’s no time right now to be reactive, you have to be proactive, and it’s much easier to be proactive on the client side,’ says John C Jay to explain his transfer from advertising agency Wieden+Kennedy to fashion company Fast Retailing in 2014. Fast Retailing is the parent company of multiple global fashion brands including Uniqlo, G.U., Theory, J Brand, Helmut Lang, Comptoir des Cotonniers and Princess Tam Tam. As President of Global Creative at Fast Retailing Jay divides his time between three cities, Portland, New York and Tokyo. He oversees Creative R&D centers in different cities around the world, that are an extension of Fast Retailing’s new Innovation Center in Tokyo. At Wieden+Kennedy Jay was Global Creative Director, overseeing their global network of creative offices. He was a partner and trustee of the agency and for 21 years worked with long-term clients such as Nike. In 1998, Jay moved to Tokyo to open the first of the agency’s Asia offices and launched the first brand work for Uniqlo. He also launched here an independent music label, W+K Tokyo Lab, in support of the city’s young musicians and artists. Prior to his advertising agency life, Jay was the Executive Vice-President, Director of Creative Services for Bloomingdales in New York City. And he began his career in New York in journalism and editorial art direction. Jay has been named by Design USA in the top ten of their list of the ‘Most Influential Art Directors of the Past 50 Years.’ He was inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame and was mentioned by Fast Company in their 100 Most Creative People in Business.
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In today′s "Industry Insight"- we′re going to be talking about fast-fashion brands. Officially called S.P.A brands,... Korean companies are considered late-comers to the industry. But that hasn′t tamped down their big aspirations. Connie Lee has more on this. Connie- Simply put, SPA brands sell trendy items at competitive prices. Currently, these S.P.A brands... or fast-fashion brands... here in Korea... make up about 8 percent of the fashion industry,... but... with the potential to grow even more. // The top three biggest SPA brands... are UNIQLO, ZARA AND HM... and all of them saw record-breaking sales last year. Data shows that the total sales of the top three brands last year topped 1-trillion won... or more than 980-million U.S. dollars. That′s up nearly 31 percent... from the year before. But despite the TIGHT competition,...the LOCAL S.P.A. brands are now just fighting among one another they′re also trying to expand globally. Here′s a closer look. They are the so-called "fast-fashion" brands, or S.P.A. brands, easily seen in Seoul′s busy shopping districts. Over the past couple of years in Korea, there′s been a growing demand for these... SPA brands with both foreign and domestic firms flooding the streets, here in Korea. "I like these kinds of brands because their prices are reasonable, and they have styles that are liked by most people." SPA, short for "specialty retailer of private label apparel"... had a market worth of about 500-billion won in the Korean market, back in 2008,... but has since grown to about 3-trillion won... or about 2-point-8 billion U.S. dollars in 2013. "The SPA brands in Korea are changing the paradigm of the fashion industry in Korea. Before we saw brands more focused on their brand image but now it′s about the retail store′s image and how to meet the exact demands of its customers." SPA brands do it all from design to manufacturing and retailing thus, prices are lower and new items can be produced at a faster rate. "For many of these SPA brand retail stores, there are new items that hit the racks almost weekly. And at this store, new products are apparently delivered every day." Currently, the three biggest SPA brands in Korea are not homemade..... They′re Japan′s Uniqlo,... one of the first SPA brands to enter Korea in 2005,... Spain′s Zara and Sweden′s HM. The local brands, which are latecomers to the SPA world, however, are not afraid to join in on the competition. Retail conglomerate, E-Land Group, which introduced Korea′s first SPA brand called Spao in 2009,... currently has more than 10 such brands under its belt. Their aim is global expansion first, by conquering Asia. "We found success with our first stores abroad in China and Japan. So we now plan to increase the number of our SPA brand stores in China to 50 next year. / We have an edge over our foreign competitors because we design and produce according to the specific tastes of our Asian consumers." And back
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In this edition of "Industry Insight" -- we talk about fast-fashion brands. Despite tight competition, local "fast-fashion", or S.P.A. brands... fight on to rival their successful foreign counterparts in Korea... as they also try to expand globally. Connie Lee has more. They are the so-called "fast-fashion" brands, or S.P.A. brands, easily seen in Seoul's busy shopping districts. Over the past couple of years in Korea, there's been a growing demand for these... SPA brands-- with both foreign and domestic firms flooding the streets, here in Korea. "I like these kinds of brands because their prices are reasonable, and they have styles that are liked by most people." SPA, short for "specialty retailer of private label apparel"... had a market worth of about 500-billion won in the Korean market, back in 2008,... but has since grown to about 3-trillion won... or about 2-point-8 billion U.S. dollars in 2013. "The SPA brands in Korea are changing the paradigm of the fashion industry in Korea. Before we saw brands more focused on their brand image-- but now it's about the retail store's image and how to meet the exact demands of its customers." SPA brands do it all --from design to manufacturing and retailing -- thus, prices are lower and new items can be produced at a faster rate. "For many of these SPA brand retail stores, there are new items that hit the racks almost weekly. And at this store, new products are apparently delivered every day." Currently, the three biggest SPA brands in Korea are not homemade..... They're Japan's Uniqlo,... one of the first SPA brands to enter Korea in 2005,... Spain's Zara and Sweden's H&M. The local brands, which are latecomers to the SPA world, however, are not afraid to join in on the competition. Retail conglomerate, E-Land Group, which introduced Korea's first SPA brand called Spao in 2009,... currently has more than 10 such brands under its belt. Their aim is global expansion -- first, by conquering Asia. [ ] "We found success with our first stores abroad in China and Japan. So we now plan to increase the number of our SPA brand stores in China to 50 next year. / We have an edge over our foreign competitors because we design and produce according to the specific tastes of our Asian consumers." And back in Korea, the already diluted market of SPA brands is still vied by newcomers from abroad. Canadian label Joe Fresh was recently introduced,... and the UK's popular TopShop are apparently eyeing the market. "Global companies could see Korea as a test-market... as Korean consumers are now recognized as trendsetters and fast-adapters." Connie Lee, Arirang News.
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Japanese casual clothing retailer G. U. Co. will open its first store in South Korea in September, its fourth shop overseas, following the success of renowned sister brand Uniqlo with over 180 outlets in the country. G. U. ,a unit of Japan's leading casual wear chain operator Fast Retailing Co. ,plans to launch an online app for sale of low-priced brand products on Aug. 1 and an online retail site on Sept. 1, ahead of a brick-and-mortar shop with a floor space of about 1,400 square meters opening in Seoul on Sept. 14, according to the Japanese company. The G. U. brand is known for its big hit at home, 990 yen ($8. 9) jeans, achieving sharp growth in sales since its launch in 2006. It has already entered China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Men's, women's and kids' clothing will be available at the planned outlet in the first basement in the Lotte World Mall in the South Korean capital's southern district of Jamsil, which also houses a Uniqlo shop on the first and second floors. G. U. CEO Yunoki Osamu said at a press conference in Seoul last week that "South Korea is very fashion-conscious, and entering the country is an inevitable step for us. "He declined to comment on a sales target and store network expansion plan. FRL Korea Co. ,a joint venture between Fast Retailing and Lotte Shopping Co. ,a local retail outlet operator, will run the G. U. shop. Since 2005, the local arm, 51 percent owned by Fast Retailing, has increased the number of Uniqlo brand shops to 186 at the end of May this year. It posted an operating profit of 176. 5billion won ($156 million) in the year to August 2017, up 64. 5percent from the previous year, on sales of 1. 24 trillion won, up 4. 7percent, according to its financial statements.
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http://www.globalchange.com 150,000 chain stores in 15 years with massive growth and consolidation of mom and pop small retail outlets. Specialisation, department stores, new markets, growth of middle class, designer products, luxury goods and services, competitors to wal-mart and other supermarket chains. Emerging markets and new economies, Asia, China, India and Africa. Conference keynote speaker and Futurist Dr Patrick Dixon. Patrick Dixon has given keynote presentations on a wide range of issues in Central America, Latin America, Central Europe, Eastern Europe, Baltic States, Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and South East Asia. Countries include Barbados, Belarus, Brazil, Burundi, China, Czech Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Estonia, Fiji, Estonia, Hungary, India, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Nigeria, Panama, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uganda, United Arab Emirates and Zimbabwe.
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Malacanang Palace 14 June 2012 President Benigno S. Aquino III met with Mr. Tadashi Yanai during his courtesy call in Malacanang today. Yanai is the President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Fast Retailing Co. Limited, one of the biggest clothing company in Japan. It owns several brands including Aspesi, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Footpark, Princess Tam-Tam and National Standard. It also owns the American brand Theory. Fast Retailing Co. was hailed as an example of a new and globally competitive Japan, with a flourishing sales every year despite the recession.
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http://www.globalchange.com Future of convenience stores, corner store retailing, food and drink industry, OXXO brand owned by FEMSA in Mexico. Fast food and drink, drink bottling including Coca-Cola, logistics, distribution, manufacturing, wholesaling, warehousing. Nutrition, performance and health foods, obesity, diabetes and social responsibility. Futuro de las tiendas de conveniencia, venta al por menor tienda de la esquina, la alimentación y la industria de las bebidas, una cadena OXXO propiedad de FEMSA en México. De comida rápida y bebidas, envasado bebidas como Coca-Cola, logística, distribución, fabricación, venta al por mayor, el almacenamiento. La nutrición, el rendimiento y la salud los alimentos, la obesidad, la diabetes y la responsabilidad social. Impact of ageing -- medical research into aging process. Future of community shops. Employee engagement, customer excellence, brands, branding and corporate image. Energy efficiency and helping the environment. Mexico, Panama, Chile, Brazil, Argentina economic development. Conference keynote speaker Patrick Dixon, author Futurewise -- video. Soft drinks, carbonated non-alcoholic beverages, fruit juices, bottled water, dairy and other milk based drinks -- key industry trends. Impact of revolutions in Middle East, Tunisia, Egypt, unrest in Libya, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Yemen. How small trends create big futures. Managing uncertainty, agile leadership styles. Future of marketing, management and motivation. Globalisation -- mergers and acquisitions. YouTube, social networking and future of broadcasting. Future of oil prices, energy costs and energy savings. Fuel from food contribution to rising food prices and riots. Demand for commodity prices and impact on manufacturing, logistics and distribution. Sustainability and sustainable economic growth. Demographics and urbanization, tribalism and globalization. Future ethics and government regulation. Future of Latin America and emerging nations economic growth. Why the future will be driven not by innovation or technology, but by emotion, and why trust is so vital to corporate success in food and drink industries. Team building and change management. Examples of fear in Swine Flu, Bird Flu, nuclear accident following Japan earthquake and Tsunami. Institutional blindness and seeing world through eyes of our customers. Customer excellence and exceeding expectations in customer service, products, systems and processes. Operational excellence must be built on clear strategy which in turn requires accurate view of future trends, competitor activity -- as well as clear corporate vision and corporate mission / purpose. Impact of mobile digital technology / smartphones on customer choices and workplace. New patterns of use of email, impact of ipad, iphone etc, wireless payment systems impact on retail and financial services, death of traditional credit and debit cards. Key to all change management, all leadership and all motivation -- basis of every mission statement and corporate purpose: corporate ethics. Building a better world. Summary of the most powerful leadership speech in the world. How the most powerful and evil leaders use the same foundations in their speech -- how to use the lesson to make great things happen. Spanish translation.
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Retail is in a state of crisis. But there is hope. The key for survival lies in defining a clear purpose for the brand – what is the role the brand plays in the lives of consumers, both practically and emotionally? In a world in which people can get any item in any way in any geography, a retailer’s purpose can no longer merely be to get products to people. Instead, they must grapple with their own unique reason for being.
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In This Video Dr Vivek Bindra talks about 5 ways through which you can get J curve in your business. He is explaining the Case study of Poojara Telecom, who built a chain of mobile retail stores from just one store. To Attend a 4 hour Power Packed “Extreme Motivation & Peak Performance” Seminar of BOUNCE BACK SERIES, Call at +919310144443 or Visit https://bouncebackseries.com/ To attend upcoming LEADERSHIP FUNNEL PROGRAM, Call at +919810544443 or Visit https://vivekbindra.com/upcoming-programs/leadership-funnel-by-vivek-bindra.php Watch the Leadership Funnel Program Testimonial Video, here at https://youtu.be/xNUysc5b0uI Follow our Official Facebook Page at https://facebook.com/DailyMotivationByVivekBindra/ and get updates of recent happenings, events, seminars, blog articles and daily motivation. #Trending #Business #DrVivekBindra
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Retail isn't dying... it's evolving. Join Syama as she gives us a deeper look into the shifts to take place in 2018. Takeaways: - Customer-Centricity - Voice Search - Co-Retailing & More! For expert insights on today’s ever-evolving fashion industry, enjoy a complimentary preview of our special edition white paper: “The Age of the Emerging Designer” http://blog.scalingretail.com/product/age-emerging-designer-complimentary-preview-version Check out the Scaling Retail website for more marketing advice and other retail business insights: http://www.scalingretail.com/ Follow us on: Instagram: https://instagram.com/scalingretail/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/scalingretail Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scalingretail LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/nyc-retail-consultant
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The Big Fight: Will the government's decision to allow 51% Foreign Direct Investment or FDI in multi-brand retail lead to job losses? Or will it lower prices? And is it a better deal for farmers and consumers? We debate all this on The Big Fight.
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In today′s "Industry Insight"- we talk about fast-fashion brands. Officially called S.P.A brands,... Korean companies can be seen as latecomers into this industry. But, despite that... they seem to have high aims to be a leading global brand. For more on this our Connie Lee joins us in the studio... Connie, first, what does S.P.A stand for? S.P.A stands for "Specialty Retailer of Private Label Apparel" and simply, they′re the brands that sell trendy items at competitive prices. Currently, these S.P.A brands... or fast-fashion brands... here in Korea... take up about 8-percent of the fashion industry,... but... with the potential to grow even more. // And despite TIGHT competition,...the local S.P.A. brands are fighting on to rival their successful foreign counterparts in Korea, as they also try to expand globally. Here′s a closer look. They are the so-called "fast-fashion" brands, or S.P.A. brands, easily seen in Seoul′s busy shopping districts. Over the past couple of years in Korea, there′s been a growing demand for these... SPA brands with both foreign and domestic firms flooding the streets here in Korea. "I like these kinds of brands because their prices are reasonable, and they have styles that are liked by most people." SPA, short for "specialty retailer of private label apparel"... had a market worth of about 500-billion won in the Korean market, back in 2008,... but has since grown to about 3-trillion won... or about 2-point-8 billion U.S. dollars in 2013. "The SPA brands in Korea are changing the paradigm of the fashion industry in Korea. Before we saw brands more focused on their brand image but now it′s about the retail store′s image and how to meet the exact demands of its customers." SPA brands do it all from design to manufacturing and retailing thus, prices are lower and new items can be produced at a faster rate. "For many of these SPA brand retail stores, there are new items that hit the racks almost weekly. And at this
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