Many of the trends that emerged in 2020 were simply catalyzed by COVID--but what are the trends for 2021? We take a closer look at fashion eCommerce trends, including product personalization and fashion artificial intelligence.More
Fashion brands and customers are beginning to adjust to the new normal of work from home and a lifestyle that mainly takes place online. It’s more important now than ever to take a step back and reflect on how COVID-19 has changed the customer as we know them--and to take a closer look at whether these changes will last in the coming years.
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Is your fashion eCommerce ready for the upcoming holiday season? With eCommerce sales continuing to rise, there's ample opportunity for brands to increase sales. Tap into YesPlz.AI's 3 tips for fashion ecommerce to have a successful holiday season.
Unpredictability is unfortunately the norm for 2020, with fashion retailers experiencing unexpected twists and turns over the year. In the context of a pandemic as well as shifting customer expectations, it may be difficult to determine which business decisions to apply to your brand this holiday season.
Taxonomy is essential in fashion because of the large number of products inherent in the industry, and it points us in the right direction to help us find the clothing we’re looking for.
With investors including initial investors PrimerSazze and igniteXL Ventures both based in Silicon Valley. The investment will be used to scale out the world’s first visual search filter that helps style online consumers through personalized AI technology
By 2025, Artificial Intelligence will be driving the biggest technological advancements across e-commerce and many other industries. Companies that successfully use the power of AI will have a competitive advantage over other businesses in their industry.
Gen Z was born from 2000 to 2008 and grew up in economic turmoil. Naturally, they're frugal and very sensitive about price. Also, they are digital natives, born with a digital device in their hands...
Personalization is a huge revenue driver and when done correctly can drive purchases and repeat engagement. Users have so much choice these days that it’s important to make an impression on them so that you stay top of mind, personalization is a good way to do that.
Imagine a virtual shopping buddy who deeply understands a customer’s preferred styles that can quickly find the right item! That capability can be on your website now, but at what cost?