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Daily Harvest's frozen soups, smoothies and other meals offer convenience and on-demand ingredients to busy millennials, and in its new interactive popup shop, the brand is focusing on enabling an environment for experimentation and consumer feedback
The founder of the cult direct-to-consumer brand tells PSFK how she builds credibility and trust with consumers by offering a product previously unavailable among women's supplements, focusing on quality and transparency of ingredients reflected in the clear pills themselves
Clickable content and a customized user experience are among the top services online retailers are offering this holiday season
Bryan O'Rourke, a fitness industry veteran and president of the Fitness Industry Technology Council, gives PSFK his inside insight on the explosion of boutique fitness, the technology and diversifying consumer behavior driving it, and how it will continue to transform in the future
Leading retailers like Sweetgreen and Waitrose are enabling on-demand delivery by incorporating innovative options into their services, from offering couriers to personally deliver customers' items to placing packages directly in shoppers' car trunks
Ahead of Roula's site tour during New York Retail Innovation Week, CEO Mark Voysey explains how he built a premium bicycle brand around consumer demand for on-the-go fitness, helping provide ultimate efficiency for the traveling cyclist
Retailers are marrying limited-time access to tangible products in physical retail spaces with one-on-one expert advisory sessions this holiday shopping season
App developer Jared Cocken tells PSFK how Inscape uses sophisticated data technology to build a better mindfulness experience and help users form a meditation habit.
Catering to a growing number of 'micro small-business' customers and millennials, the company aims to turn shipping into a memorable retail experience, and bring the shipping store into the 21st century
Content has been devalued because consumers expect all online content to be free; therefore, publishers are struggling to generate revenue. In order to adapt to a new media landscape, they are attempting to reinvent their subscription models, enticing readers with value-added content and services. Consumers are looking to media and publishing platforms to provide their expertise
and exclusive access to premium content and services that complement free offerings and offer additional value. To meet this demand, media and publishing platforms are innovating in the
loyalty and services space and providing customers with elevated paid membership experiences.
The following paid loyalty report provides a look at new ways that publishers are offering their readers exclusive access to original content, partner services, community platforms and beyond, to enhance the product or brand experience and create recurring revenue and engagement
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Presenting at PSFK's Future of Retail 2019 Conference, Ro is a mission-driven healthcare technology company that works with doctors, pharmacists and engineers to provide accessible, affordable, personalized treatment all on its telemedicine platform
Aiming to take the stress out of holiday shopping, brands are delivering custom product recommendations both in-store and online
Ahead of speaking at PSFK's Future of Retail Conference on January 16, CEO Healey Cypher explains how technological solutions provider ZIVELO focuses on enabling seamless design-led digital integrations for brick-and-mortar retailers, removing friction from the customer experience to foster efficient and enjoyable shopping
For SVA Masters In Branding grad Jenna Halbert, building brand strategies at Reddit is a natural extension of her background in marketing and design
Retailers are providing customers with additional assistance like holiday helpers and personalized gift guides this holiday season for a more efficient and supportive shopping experience
This platform challenges competitors such as Pinterest and Wayfair by connecting customers with the opportunity to purchase products from design adds and offering concepts developed by industry experts