All-in-one production and consumption: the “Knit for You” pop-up store

With the “Knit for You” pop-up store, Adidas innovates by enabling customers to have a made-to-measure sweater knitted for them in the store. A store that’s a mini production factory In partnership with the Germany Ministry of Economy and Energy, Adidas has installed a pop-up store in Berlin that features a mini production factory. Customers are provided with a 3D scanner that records their measurements, … Continue reading All-in-one production and consumption: the “Knit for You” pop-up store

Use drones to deliver to isolated rural areas

From Amazon to Domino’s Pizza, many market players have created buzz with their projects to deliver by drone. Not surprisingly, in China this dream has become a reality. After several months of testing and thanks to flexible regulations, the Chinese e-merchant JD.com implemented four routes last November 11th on the occasion of the annual major Chinese e-business event. This could greatly improve the consumer habits … Continue reading Use drones to deliver to isolated rural areas

Push a connected button to order your everyday products

What if you just had to push a button to replace a box of detergent in your cupboard when it’s empty? This is the promise made by Amazon last year, with its Amazon Dash system of connected buttons that will be available in France starting on November 15. Connected to WiFi and barely larger than a USB drive, the button is associated to one product … Continue reading Push a connected button to order your everyday products