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Lightspeed backs Indian startup Zyod aiming to make apparel manufacturing more efficient


Zyod, an Indian startup offering apparel sourcing and manufacturing to fashion brands globally, has raised $3.5 The Gurugram-based startup claims it can disrupt the apparel industry by delivering a new product range in a mere 21 days, with a minimum order quantity of just 50 pieces.

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Gently’s shopping aggregator aims to remove friction of locating secondhand apparel


Gently’s secondhand apparel marketplace Image Credits: Gently. “It’s In May, ThredUP reported in its 2022 Resale Report that the global secondhand apparel market was expected to grow 127% by 2026, which is three times faster than the overall global apparel market. In the U.S.

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Innovative Solutions for Modern Apparel Fulfillment Challenges

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In today’s fast-paced world of apparel retail, fulfilling customer orders quickly and accurately is more crucial than ever. However, achieving efficient apparel fulfillment poses significant challenges that require innovative solutions. Meeting these expectations requires streamlined processes and efficient logistics.

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How SAP Helped a Leading Apparel Manufacturer Stay in Fashion with International Customers


In the apparel industry, what’s in fashion one day may be out of fashion the next. So, if you’re an apparel manufacturer, you need the most efficient, responsive, and innovative operation possible. Every year, Crystal delivers more than 450 million pieces of apparel — and we’re not talking about just sweaters.

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Silq spins its technology into visibility for apparel manufacturing


Its technology helps users source, make and ship apparel, footwear, home goods and accessory brands. That’s where his company is stepping in with its approach to bring visibility and real-time data from the manufacturing floor to brands.

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Aether Apparel Builds Unique Product Pages with Headless Shopify and Next.js


Learn how Aether Apparel creates unique product pages for every SKU on their site, while keeping development time low, by using Next.js, headless Shopify, and Netlify.

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Amazon turns to AI to help customers find clothes that fit when shopping online


After recently turning to generative AI to enhance its product reviews, e-commerce giant Amazon today shared how it’s now using AI technology to help customers shop for apparel online.