Do you have a people strategy? Is it written down? If you answered no to both questions, then it might be time to ask why not.

I've talked to hundreds of designers and retailers. This is how you do it.

"Let’s be objective, Amazon is big, but even in the US it’s not all encompassing."

"Speed is key in order to reduce chances of them buying elsewhere, especially in fashion."

"These types of collaborations are what our clients can expect to see more of in the future."

"It's definitely important as a retailer to think about how we mitigate the risk of holding stock."

This is how it morphed into a successful vertical designer fashion retailer.

"We can't operate that model any more."

"We have fulfilled five million orders in the last three years."

"We're seeing 20% increase when it comes to footwear sales."

Because your one second delay meant a 7% reduction in conversions.

And how to avoid a similar fate in protecting your customers' details.

"As we grow as a brand, we need to cater to the rest of the world.."

"If retailers are assigning employees to deliver this experience – should the home page be any different?'

"The price of cotton has slumped in the last 30 years, while the cost of producing the crop has risen."