Fashion retail short version final
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Fashion retail short version final

on

  • 164 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
164
Slideshare-icon Views on SlideShare
164
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
9
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Fashion retail short version final Fashion retail short version final Presentation Transcript

    • CO-CREATION PROJECT FASHION RETAIL THE NEW BRANDING IMPERATIVES FOR MARKETING MANAGERS PROF. ORIOL IGLESIAS, MAIJKEN SCHULTZ, NICHOLAS IND JANUARY 2014 GROUP 6 - ABHINAV CHAND, ANNA RAABE, JAMES ZHANG, KATHARINA GAMMEL, MIREIA CAMPOY SANZ
    • INDEX APPROACH PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION INSIGHTS & TRENDS CO-CREATION OF SOLUTIONS TIMEFRAME OF IMPLEMENTATION
    • APPROACH
    • OVERVIEW Netnographic Research Ethnographic Research Fashion Retail Online Community January 2014
    • OBJECTIVES • Find out patterns of people’s shopping behaviors • Aspects that people like and dislike about their shopping experience • Suggestions for improvements of shopping Netnographic Research Ethnographic Research Online Community Insight Capturing • Creation of a participative dialogue within the online community • Co-Creation of an innovative service solution for fashion retail stores Fashion Retail Online Community January 2014
    • SELECTED RETAIL STORES Fashion Retail January 2014
    • NETNOGRAPHY - SELECTED ONLINE PLATFORMS Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ETHNOGRAPHY - METHODOLOGY Observation Of store and shoppers Fashion Retail Interaction Interviews with shoppers January 2014
    • CO-CREATION - ONLINE COMMUNITY Platform Procedure Warm Up: • Open questions Ideation / Development: Participants • About 50 participants • Age between 20-30 • No experts in the field of fashion retail Fashion Retail • Surveys & “Join if you agree” questions • Images & Videos • Directed and provocative questions • Admin comments and official suggestions • Active participation of group members • Giving feedback and encouraging for participation January 2014
    • PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
    • PROBLEM 1: LONG QUEUES FOR REGISTERS / CHANGING ROOMS Netnographic Ethnographic Online community Fashion Retail • We observed several people entering the store, seeing a long line at the registers, and immediately turning around and leaving the store. • January 2014
    • PROBLEM 2: DISSATISFYING CHANGING ROOMS Netnographic • Ethnographic • „I really don‘t like when there‘s not enough space for me to hang or put my own stuff. There‘s never enough hangers for my coat, handbag, and all the things I want to try on!“ (Marta, 16, talking to us about her experience at Pull & Bear) Online community Fashion Retail January 2014
    • PROBLEM 3: SALES ASSISTANTS Netnographic Ethnographic Online community Fashion Retail • „Nobody approached me or offered help – they were all too busy cleaning up the mess in the store.“ (Anni, 31, telling us about her experience in Bershka) • January 2014
    • PROBLEM 4: ATMOSPHERE Netnographic Ethnographic • „Generally the music motivates and encourages me to shop more or to stay in the shop for longer, but when it‘s too loud then I have to leave after a while.“ (Syra, 20, telling us about her experience at Pull & Bear) Online community Fashion Retail January 2014
    • PROBLEM 5: MESSINESS Netnographic Ethnographic • We saw very messy stores and people trying to find their sizes without success, finally giving up. • We also observed people who were carrying a lot of clothes to try on on their arms, which often fell to the floor while they tried to get new clothes to try on. Online community Fashion Retail January 2014
    • INSIGHTS AND TRENDS
    • OBSERVATIONS FROM ETHNOGRAPHIC RESEARCH Need for feedback and approval Fashion Retail Need for interaction and connectivity Use of physical store as source of inspiration January 2014
    • CO-CREATION OF SOLUTIONS
    • CO-CREATED CONCEPT: GEN C SHOPPING Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 1: DISPLAY OF CLOTHES – IDEATION & DEVELOPMENT Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 1: DISPLAY OF CLOTHES - CONCEPT Atmosphere: Discreet background music, subtle smell and lighting Showing one piece per item Scanning QR code using smart phone to add items to shopping list on mobile app Advantages: Store is tidier and has more space; sales assistants will not be busy folding clothes anymore and can perform value-adding services; more enjoyable shop atmosphere and pleasant shopping experience Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 2: CHANGING ROOMS – IDEATION & DEVELOPMENT Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 2: CHANGING ROOMS – CONCEPT Automatic notification when changing room is ready; regulation of number of clothing items Sitting area for waiting time; mobile entertainment (games, magazines) Automated process of delivering chosen clothes from stock room to changing room Advantages: Reduced waiting time through automisation; more capacity for staff in the warehouse / changing rooms due to reduction of staff on floor level; no more physical queuing needed Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 2: CHANGING ROOMS – CONCEPT Call button / tablet to ask for assistance or different sizes Option to take pictures with mirror to send to friends for feedback Increased number of hooks, jump seat, solid doors, different light settings Advantages: No need to leave changing room to get different sizes, satisfied need for feedback / interaction with social media or friends, more space for own belongings Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 3: SELF CHECK-OUT – IDEATION & DEVELOPMENT Fashion Retail January 2014
    • ELEMENT 3: SELF CHECK-OUT – CONCEPT Self check-out machine with 3 payments options Option to pay now / pay later and have items delivered at home Anti-theft magnets that are automatically deactivated after payment Advantages: Reduced waiting time through automisation; better experience through value-added home delivery service Fashion Retail January 2014
    • TIMEFRAME FOR IMPLEMENTATION
    • TIMEFRAME FOR IMPLEMENTATION Short term Medium term Long term 6-24 months 3-5 years 10+ years (anticipated trends) Call button / tablets in changing rooms Self check-out service Virtual dressing room which projects clothes on people Light settings in changing rooms Showroom concept with QR codes and automated process of delivery to changing rooms Full body scan and analysis of suitable clothes Notification when changing room is ready Mirror which takes images to send to social media / friends RFID touchless payment Low level of investment Medium level of investment High level of investment The high anticipated investment in the integrated Gen C Shopping concept will be recuperated through increased efficiency levels, reduction of staff costs, increased purchase occasions through better shopping experience which also leads to higher brand loyalty and retention rate. Fashion Retail January 2014
    • THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Q&A