What does the store of the future look like? That’s the question that iQmetrix tried to answer earlier this year at the National Retail Federation’s annual convention in New York City. Using refurbished shipping containers, the Vancouver-based retail software company created an experience in which customers could use virtual reality technology to test out surfboards or customize their own car.
As consumers, a good chunk of the things we purchase are from retail brands. From shoes to clothing to food, it’s hard to put retail companies into a single category because they deliver such a wide range of products. Behind the scenes, these businesses can have a lot in common: they all develop, produce, distribute, and sell products. But it’s the way each team brings that to life that makes their brand unique. That’s why flexible tools are needed. And that’s where Dropbox comes in.
When it comes to buying a new suit, few things are more important than fit. But getting that perfectly tailored garment at a reasonable price often requires numerous trips to the tailor to alter a suit bought off the rack. INDOCHINO’s mission is to change that by delivering made-to-measure suits that don’t break the bank. The company originated selling custom suits online before moving offline and opening physical retail showrooms. Scaling that type of precise craftsmanship required scaling the way their entire business works together, and that process has been enabled by Dropbox.
Les Lunes is not just on the cutting edge of fashion. They’re also early adopters of new team collaboration technology. Founder/CEO Anna Lecat had a vision of designing clothes in Paris, manufacturing out of locally grown bamboo in Shanghai, and setting up stores in the US. Here’s how Dropbox Paper has helped bring that vision to reality by connecting her team across the globe.
The adidas Group is one of the world’s premier sports brands, employing more than 55,000 people across the globe. As a leader in the sporting goods industry with teams working together all around the world, the adidas Group needs a powerful collaboration platform to get things done effectively, and securely. So we’re excited to announce that the adidas Group has successfully implemented Dropbox Enterprise to make it easier for their employees to work together.
As a one-stop shop for e-commerce, Netherlands-based De Nieuwe Zaak provides customized solutions for the entire e-commerce process—from initial strategy and web shop design all the way to conversation rate analysis and marketing campaigns. With a large and diverse team of IT and web marketing specialists, De Nieuwe Zaak relies on close and efficient teamwork to help their clients be successful. Of course, collaborating so closely can present a number of logistical challenges.