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TECHNOLOGY

Saks Fifth Avenue to Use NuOrder Tech

By Andrew Asch | June 22, 2020

Luxury department store Saks Fifth Avenue recently announced that it will employ technology produced by NuOrder, a Los Angeles-headquartered business-to-business e-commerce platform.

ADNAS Commits to Developing Authentication for PPE

ADNAS Commits to Developing Authentication for PPE

To combat counterfeiting in the apparel industry—most notably within the luxury-goods segment—Applied DNA Sciences has been known for its technology that uses DNA-specific markers to identify authentic goods.

Informa to Ramp Up Virtual Trade Show With NuOrder

Informa to Ramp Up Virtual Trade Show With NuOrder

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, trade shows have been postponing physical events, but that has presented opportunities for business in a virtual-trade-show setting.

Target Corp. Joins Instagram’s Checkout Shopping App

Target Corp. Joins Instagram’s Checkout Shopping App

Facebook Inc. introduced a shopping feature for Instagram last week.

BioCellection Helps Close Loop on Plastics Pollution by Creating New Materials

BioCellection Helps Close Loop on Plastics Pollution by Creating New Materials

Through its efforts to close the loop on plastics pollution, BioCellection has advanced its program from recycling this type of waste by expanding into creating performance materials that could be utilized by the apparel industry.

Apparel-Technology Companies Make Connections to Support PPE Production

Apparel-Technology Companies Make Connections to Support PPE Production

As clothing manufacturers, brands and designers create personal protective equipment for medical workers during the continued global efforts to combat COVID-19, apparel-technology firms are facilitating production of masks, gloves, gowns and footwear covers.

Faves Aims To Help Retailers Make Sense of Budgets and Buys

Faves Aims To Help Retailers Make Sense of Budgets and Buys

Retailers can expect to meet scores—even hundreds—of people when they attend big trade shows and other buying trips. The experience can become a blur when a buyer tries to recall the styles he or she saw during shows, said Ulla Hald of the retail-technology company Faves Solutions, Inc., maker of the Faves Pro app for buyers.

Tukatech Offers Complimentary Cloud License to Current CAD Users to Work Remotely

Tukatech Offers Complimentary Cloud License to Current CAD Users to Work Remotely

While the COVID-19 panedemic led some to make early attempts to capitalize on this tragic time, others have recognized an opportunity to become part of the solution.

Priorities in 3-D and Sustainability at PI Apparel Los Angeles

Priorities in 3-D and Sustainability at PI Apparel Los Angeles

In the region where the United States film industry reigns, MarketKey hosted its Los Angeles edition of PI Apparel Feb. 19–20 at the L.A. Grand Hotel Downtown.

The Tipping Point for On-Demand Fashion

The Tipping Point for On-Demand Fashion

On-demand fashion continues to grow as consumers increasingly look for personalized and customizable products. In fact, indications show that this is less of a trend than it is a tectonic shift in the way the fashion industry does business, from marketing and design to product development, manufacturing and logistics.

Oonana To Develop New E-Platform for DTLA Manufacturers

Oonana To Develop New E-Platform for DTLA Manufacturers

Amazon.com has made billions of dollars in revenue by offering a direct-to-consumer marketplace for vendors and manufacturers.

Small-Business App Introduced by OneWest Bank as Company Invests in Entrepreneurs

Small-Business App Introduced by OneWest Bank as Company Invests in Entrepreneurs

For regional Southern California financial institution OneWest Bank, small business has inspired great investment. The retail-bank division of Pasadena, Calif.’s CIT Bank, N.A., announced last week that it had launched a small-business mobile application.

Startup SeeBiz Wants To Introduce Social CRM

Nadeem Ballaj has worked on all sides of business, ranging from wholesaling sportswear to managing websites for fashion companies and entrepreneurs. Prior to his latest venture, the Los Angeles–based businessman concluded that a lot of technology designed to improve business might contribute to entrepreneurs losing sales.

Memjet Partners on a Printer It Calls User Friendly

Memjet, a San Diego–headquartered print-technology company, announced that it is getting into the textile game. It recently announced a partnership with Austria-based MHM, a provider of textile-printing equipment.

Agility in Fashion Is the New Black

Agility in Fashion Is the New Black

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