Top Triathlon brands for Swimming

According to Forbes, Sport Industry is expected to reach $73.5 billion by 2019 in the US. “Body cult” is dominating the modern society and the industry of leisure is continuously evolving and still growing: new sports such as extreme activities, tourism of sport, wearables, tracking Apps, Fitness Apps, new niche brands, sport medicine, 24/7 fitness centers and more. … More Top Triathlon brands for Swimming

Internet of Things (IoT) in Fashion Retail

This is the last post in a series about Fashion 4.0 in The Fashion Retailer blog: IoT and Fashion. We have reviewed how Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, 3D Printing and Blockchain are transforming the Fashion Retail industry. Those technologies are not hermetic and create synergies like the one between AI, Blockchain and IoT. … More Internet of Things (IoT) in Fashion Retail

Sports and Fashion in the ironman era

Sports, Fashion and Society: A sociological approach Sport is as old as humanity. Cave paintings have been found in the Lascaux caves in France that have been suggested to depict sprinting and wrestling in the Upper Paleolithic around 15,300 years ago. Later on, it was predictably in Greece that sports were first instituted formally, with the first Olympic Games recorded in 776 BCE in … More Sports and Fashion in the ironman era

A few words with a Merchandiser at Foot Locker

Kristina Buivydaite is strategy consultant at Accenture. Previously worked at Foot Locker European headquarters as a Merchandiser. Lithuanian, 28 years old, bachelor´s in Economics and master in Business and Economics. Travel fan, has lived in different countries such as the Netherlands, Mexico, South Africa and Spain. The Fashion Retailer: What Foot Locker is? Kristina Buivydaite: … More A few words with a Merchandiser at Foot Locker