Our weekly round-up of stories from around the globe, this week featuring the internet of things, fashion recycling week and mobile commerce trends.
H&M has teamed up with London College of Fashion’s Centre for Sustainable Fashion to launch the first nationwide Fashion Recycling Week.
In the fashion world, it’s often luxury designers that set the trends, so it’s no surprise that luxury brands and retailers are leading the mobile marketing way, creating unique digital experiences.
The IoT isn’t just about technology. It’s about what technology can do for consumers and businesses.
Two of Italy’s leading consumer brands have sets their sights on China after revealing strong first-half figures for 2015.
Moving toward a less gendered retail experience could be a “business opportunity for retailers who create a comfort zone for people who don’t want to subscribe to one category.”
Located at Times Square, the new store focuses on a digital experience for shoppers: from a digital Lip & Nail bar to a large screen displaying videos and allowing customers to virtually create their own monogrammed bottles.
The goal to get HIV treatment to 15 million people by the end of 2015 has already been met, says the UN
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato says businesses should consider the ethical as well as financial reasons for creating a sustainable supply chain.