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Wearable Tech Startup: Meet Say Wearables

Wearable Tech Startup: Meet Say Wearables

This Israel-based wearable tech startup is aiming to be the world’s first wearable social media platform with their social smart jewelry. It’s definitely worth checking out! We talked to Uri Keren, co-founder of Say Wearables, who told us more about their…
Seeking Summer Fashion Tech Interns in NYC

Seeking Summer Fashion Tech Interns in NYC

Love fashion tech + wearables? This internship is for you. Assist with writing, researching, and more-all while getting an insider’s view of what the future of fashion will look like.
On Our Radar: PreeLine

On Our Radar: PreeLine

Commonly in the fashion, the industry looks at trend predictions and then tells consumers what products to buy. Fashion tech startup Preeline is striving to create a platform where consumers and brands can directly effect each other by establishing trends together.…
Connected Stores: Think Socially

Connected Stores: Think Socially

In our last post, we took a look at a few retailers who are nailing digital in their physical stores–and some who still need to get up to speed. While incorporating interactive physical technology is cool and innovative, it can…
Connected Stores: Who, What, and Why?

Connected Stores: Who, What, and Why?

Recently, much of the focus in fashion tech has been the implementation of new technologies in brick and mortar stores. Smart retailers have been moving in a digital direction in an attempt to better serve their customers–and drive more sales.…
On Our Radar: NMRKT

On Our Radar: NMRKT

We’ve been fans of NMRKT since the fashion tech startup launched three years ago, and are very impressed with what they’ve grown into–a great tool for content producers to monetize their publications. It’s been three years since we last featured…
Event Recap: Fashion Loves Tumblr

Event Recap: Fashion Loves Tumblr

In the world of ROI, bottom lines and startup budgets, it’s difficult sometimes to know where to focus in order to enhance a brand’s image. From the old reliables like Facebook and Twitter to the confusing (at best) Google+, there…
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