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    1. AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn't The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn't The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      Fashion has always taken to the latest in trendy tech developments, from sparkly wearables and interactive dressing rooms to robots walking the Chanel runway. Increasingly, the industry is embracing AI and exploring how it can impact e-commerce productivity, retailer experiences, promotional campaigns, and even the clothes themselves. As online shopping continues to grow, it’s imperative for companies to utilize tools that can help them attract (and keep) customers.

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    2. AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn't The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn't The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      Fashion has always taken to the latest in trendy tech developments, from sparkly wearables and interactive dressing rooms to robots walking the Chanel runway. Increasingly, the industry is embracing AI and exploring how it can impact e-commerce productivity, retailer experiences, promotional campaigns, and even the clothes themselves. As online shopping continues to grow, it’s imperative for companies to utilize tools that can help them attract (and keep) customers.

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    3. AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn’t The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      AI Can Make Us All Dress Better. So Why Isn’t The Fashion Industry Using It More?

      As online shopping continues to grow, it’s imperative for companies to utilize tools that can help them attract (and keep) customers. AI can do that in a multitude of ways. It can serve as a communication method to update an audience on collection releases and product availability. It can provide interactive storytelling and unique digital experiences with the help of creative algorithms.

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    4. How My Entry-Level Job Helped Me Become A Mid-20s Entrepreneur

      How My Entry-Level Job Helped Me Become A Mid-20s Entrepreneur

      "You must be an idiot, my order's all wrong!" The man pounded the countertop as I stood on the other side, forcing a toothy smile. "I’m so sorry, sir, that must be frustrating for you. We’ll get that fixed for you right away," I replied. He stared at me for a moment, taken aback, and I watched the anger melt from his face. A few short years later, I'd no longer be slinging fries at McDonald's, fighting the occasional urge to throw punches at irate customers. I'd be running my own company.

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      Mentions: McDonald 's
    5. How My Entry-Level Job Helped Me Become A Mid-20s Entrepreneur

      How My Entry-Level Job Helped Me Become A Mid-20s Entrepreneur

      Daymond John is an entrepreneur who's regularly featured on ABC's Shark Tank, but long before founding FUBU (or, more recently, the coworking space Blueprint + Co), he held almost a dozen part-time jobs, ranging from handing out fliers to working at ...

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      Mentions: McDonald 's
    6. Does Sex Really Sell? An Entrepreneur's Guide to Flirting With Success

      Does Sex Really Sell? An Entrepreneur's Guide to Flirting With Success

      For entrepreneur's this means showing gratitude to their team and customers by sending them thank you notes, birthday cards, freebies and discounts. It's taking your co-founder out to dinner because it's the least you could do for all of their hard ...

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    7. Neil Blumenthal And Danny Meyer On The State Of Customer Service

      Neil Blumenthal And Danny Meyer On The State Of Customer Service

      Whether you’re arguing with your cable company or trying to rebook a flight, awful customer service encounters are a disheartening part of daily life. But Union Square Hospitality Group restaurateur Danny Meyer—who wrote the influential 2006 statement of customer-care purpose Setting the Table—and Warby Parker’s Neil Blumenthal are helping inspire a new generation of companies to overhaul how they think about interacting with the public.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc.
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