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GAMIFICATION reaches fast adoption
The RENTING ECONOMY– now an option even for apparel
The SHARING ECONOMY – UBERIFICATION of services
The SUBSCRIPTION ECONOMY – chipping away at brick-and-mortar stores
SOCIAL MEDIA becomes a source of consumer data
SMARTPHONES are becoming the hub for digital beauty 
WEARABLE TECH is already here for early adopters
BEACONS and location-based marketing
NANOTECHNOLOGY
3D PRINTING

GAMIFICATION reaches fast adoption
The RENTING ECONOMY– now an option even for apparel
The SHARING ECONOMY – UBERIFICATION of services
The SUBSCRIPTION ECONOMY – chipping away at brick-and-mortar stores
SOCIAL MEDIA becomes a source of consumer data
SMARTPHONES are becoming the hub for digital beauty 
WEARABLE TECH is already here for early adopters
BEACONS and location-based marketing
NANOTECHNOLOGY
3D PRINTING

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  1. 1. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 1 FBIC TOP IDEAS ON GLOBAL RETAIL & TECH Deborah Weinswig Executive Director – Head of Global Retail & Technology Fung Business Intelligence Centre—Global Retail & Technology
  2. 2. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 2 DEBORAH WEINSWIG • Executive Director and Head of Global Retail & Technology for the Fung Business Intelligence Centre • Award-winning global retail analyst and a specialist in retail innovation and technology • Mentor to Silicon Valley accelerators including Alchemist 
 and Plug & Play and New York-based accelerator ERA (Entrepreneurship Roundtable Accelerator)
  3. 3. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 3 What is FUNG 
 BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE CENTRE (FBIC) • Established in 2000 and headquartered in Hong Kong • FBIC has served as the knowledge bank and think tank for 
 the Fung Group • Collects and analyzes market data on sourcing, supply chains, distribution and retail • Provides thought leadership on technology and other key issues • New York-based Global Retail & Technology Team • Follows broader retail and technology trends • Provides advice and consultancy services to colleagues and business partners of the Fung Group • London-based Research Team
  4. 4. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 4 AGENDA • Retail Tech Ecosystem • FBIC Top 10 Retail & Tech Trends • The State of Global Apparel Retail • Digital Commerce and Retail in the US
  5. 5. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER RETAIL TECH ECOSYSTEM 5
  6. 6. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER INNOVATION ECOSYSTEMS Universities, Military (Israel), High-tech companies Source: Adapted from work done by Christian Hernandez Supply  of  Talent   Culture  and  Role  Models Early-­‐stage  funding  &  Mentorship Growth  Funding   Ac?ve  Exit  Markets Venture Capital Funding Seed and Angel Investing / Government Programs Successful Entrepreneurs = Aspirational Role Models M&A and IPO Activity Building Blocks of an Ecosystem
  7. 7. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER ACCELERATORS ! Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator in NY TechStars in Colorado. TrueStart in London Cocoon in HK ! ! The New York Fashion Tech Lab is an accelerator that is a result of a collaboration between the Partnership Fund for New York City, Springboard Enterprises, and major fashion retailers focused on targeting early and growth-stage companies that have developed innovations at the intersection of fashion, retail, and technology. Li & Fung’s PMD Program included startups under NYFTL (Laurianne Listo). GBG also mentored a startup. 7 Growing communities of accelerators and VC firms in the US, the UK and Hong Kong
  8. 8. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 8 FBIC TOP 10 RETAIL & TECH TRENDS
  9. 9. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 9 FBIC TOP 15 RETAIL & TECH TRENDS 1. GAMIFICATION reaches fast adoption 2. The RENTING ECONOMY– now an option even for apparel 3. The SHARING ECONOMY – UBERIFICATION of services 4. The SUBSCRIPTION ECONOMY – chipping away at brick-and- mortar stores 5. SOCIAL MEDIA becomes a source of consumer data 6. SMARTPHONES are becoming the hub for digital beauty 7. WEARABLE TECH is already here for early adopters 8. BEACONS and location-based marketing 9. NANOTECHNOLOGY 10. 3D PRINTING
  10. 10. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 10 1. GAMIFICATION
 REACHES FAST ADOPTION Source:      BI  Intelligence/*Annual  Ranking  of  top  2000  Global  Public  Companies  by  Forbes  Magazine     • According to M2, the market for gamification apps and services rose more than $700 million to $1.7 billion in 2014 • The market is expected to reach $2.8 billion in 2016 • Consumer goods and retail verticals are the largest adopters of gamification solutions
 Gamification is the use of elements from video games such as badges, levels, and leaderboards and can be used to enhance consumer loyalty Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $2.3 Bil. (2015) @ 35% 20% 70% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 2012 2014 Global 2000* Organizations with At Least One Gamification App
  11. 11. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 2. THE RENTING ECONOMY: NOW AN OPTION FOR APPAREL…AND LEGO “Netflix for Fashion” • Designer brand rentals: Rent The Runway has raised $116 million in funding and expects to grow revenues by two-thirds in 2015. • Midmarket rentals: Le Tote revenues “grew 600%” in 2014. • Gwynnie Bee and Bag, Borrow or Steal also offering fashion rental options. Car rental replaces ownership in cities: • Zipcar has 900,000 members with access to more than 10,000 vehicles in seven countries. • Rent artwork: Turning Play • Rent workspace: LiquidSpace • Even rent Lego: Pley 11 Source:  eMarketer/StaDsta The “Netflix” economy extends into new categories Rent The Runway Revenue and Growth Rate:   $80 Mil. (2015) @ 67%
  12. 12. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 12 3. THE SHARING ECONOMY: UBERFICATION OF SERVICES
 • Uber is the most visible player (and driver) of the “sharing economy” • Changing consumer mindsets will challenge retailers • Opportunities for retailers: How much is convenience worth? 
 Uber Revenue and Growth Rate:   $10 Bil. (2015) @ 300%
  13. 13. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 4. THE SUBSCRIPTION ECONOMY: CHIPPING AWAY AT BRICK-AND-MORTAR • Consumers love the convenience and dependability of the service • Retailers love subscription models as a source of recurring revenue • Consumers find value in avoiding the drudgery of shopping for everyday commodity items • Birchbox opened first store in New York’s SoHo in July 2014 13 Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $3 Bil. (2015) @ 30% Due to their convenience, value, and variety, subscription businesses are slowly nibbling away at retailers’ businesses
  14. 14. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 14 5. SOCIAL MEDIA BECOMES A SOURCE OF CONSUMER DATA Source:  eMarketer/StaDsta Two Billion Social Network Users Worldwide and Counting Data from social media can be mined for valuable market intelligence   Plus opportunities in “social commerce”—retailers in China experimenting with selling via WeChat. Global Social Media Advertising 
 Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $23.7 Bil. (2015) @ 33% 1.0$ 1.2$ 1.4$ 1.6$ 1.8$ 2.0$ 2.1$ 2.3$ 2.4$ 0.0$$ 0.5$$ 1.0$$ 1.5$$ 2.0$$ 2.5$$ 3.0$$ 2010$ 2011$ 2012$ 2013$ 2014E$ 2015F$ 2016F$ 2017F$ 2018F$ Billion&Users&
  15. 15. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 15 6. SMARTPHONES ARE BECOMING THE HUB FOR DIGITAL BEAUTY Several digital technologies are being applied to beauty, including: • Facial recognition and mapping • Color matching • Augmented reality • Smartphone appsSmartphones are becoming for digital hub for digitally trying on and visualizing beauty products   Tapping the growing, $400 billion global beauty market (2014). Global  Digital Beauty Mkt. Size and 
 Growth Rate:   $50 Bil. (2015) @ 20%
  16. 16. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 7.WEARABLE TECH IS ALREADY HERE FOR EARLY ADOPTERS • Wearable tech has existed for centuries: wristwatches, hearing aids, pacemakers, and headphones • Advances in electronics, miniaturization, and sensors are making these devices wearable and inexpensive • Smartwatches are here today … for early adopters • Health and wellness as well as industrial are huge future applications for wearables • "Moore's law" is the observation that, over the history of computing hardware, the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years. Moore’s Law and advances in sensors and manufacturing are putting intelligent networked devices into the consumer arena Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $2 Bil. (2015) @ 40% 16
  17. 17. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 17 8. BEACONS AND LOCATION-BASED MARKETING • What is a beacon? • Ideal solution for improving 
 in-store retail experience • 2016 is expected to be the Year of the Beacon • US installed base expanding rapidly, but consumer response is key to further penetration Beacon-Influenced Retail Sales   Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $41 Bil. (2015) @ 100+% Source: Bi Intelligence, Feb. 9, 2015 $41.0 $444.0 2015 2016 Beacon-Influenced In-Store Retail Sales ($ Billion)
  18. 18. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 9. NANOTECH 
 …IN TEXTILES • Nanotechnology can make textiles multifunctional and enable the manufacture of smart fabrics • Nanomaterials give textiles properties such as windproofing and waterproofing, wrinkle and stain prevention, electrostatic protection, and odor resistance Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $568 Mil. (2015) @ 25% Nanotech gives textiles increased performance and additional properties such as wind- and waterproofing 18
  19. 19. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER … AND IN BEAUTY • Nanotechnology and nanomaterials are used in moisturizers, hair-care products, make-up and sunscreen MAIN USES: • UV filters—some nanoparticles act as UV filters; some particles transmit light, and consumes equate clear products with being natural and clean • Delivery vehicles—liposomes and 
 niosomes are used for cosmetic 
 delivery • Encapsulation—polymer capsules 
 used to transport vitamins Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $270 Mil. (2015) @ 20% Nanomaterials are used in cosmetics, haircare, sunscreen, and anti-aging products 19
  20. 20. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 10. 3D Printing Projected Number of Global Households Owning a 3D Printer • 60 million households worldwide could have a 3D printer within ten years.   • Coupled with 3D printshops, consumers will be able to print “anything and everything,” further pushing down in-store retail demand.   • The consumer market will not take off for a couple of years—printers need to be easier to use. Source: FBIC Global Retail & Technology 20 Global Mkt. Size and Growth Rate:   $5.2 Bil. (2015) @ 56% 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025MillionUnits
  21. 21. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER THE STATE OF GLOBAL APPAREL RETAIL 21
  22. 22. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 22 GLOBAL 
 APPAREL SPENDING 
 ON THE RISE $0 $450 $900 $1,350 $1,800 Australia Canada Japan EU-27United StatesRussia Brazil China India 2012 2025 Per Capita Expenditure on Apparel Worldwide 
 In 2012 and 2025, by Region Source:  Wazir  Management  Consultant Global spending on apparel is on the rise, driven by both developed and emerging economies
  23. 23. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER  Company   Sales   Growth   YoY Total  Sales  
 ($  Mil.)  * Gross   Margin   US  Store   Count   2014 US  %  of   Total   Stores   2014 Total   Global   Stores   2014 Total   Global   Stores   2013 Store  #   Growth  H&M 18% 20,352 58.8% 356 10% 3,511 3,132 12%  Inditex 11% 21,066 58.3% 55 0.8% 6,683 6,340 5% 17% 8,067 N/A O NM 278 253 10%  Uniqlo 21% 10,043 50.6% 42 1.4% 3,015 2,449 23% INTERNATIONAL INVADERS SET TO THRIVE IN US 23 Selected International Brands (FY2014) • H&M focuses store expansion in US and China markets   • Primark plans 8 US stores by 2016   • Uniqlo will open 5 US stores in spring/summer 2015 Source: Company reports   * Sales translated to USD from reporting currency according to EOP FX rates
  24. 24. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER PRIMARK ARRIVES AT DOWNTOWN CROSSING, BOSTON THIS FALL 24 • Primark has secured a total of eight properties with the equivalent of 500,000 sq. ft. of retail space (about equal to Zara’s US exposure). • The semi-disposable clothing with a convincing fashion edge drives weekly visits by Primark’s loyal shoppers—it doesn’t sell online. • TJX Companies CEO Carol Meyrowitz, on TJX May 19 conference call: “So I've said it many times. We love being next to Primark and fast fashion because it really just drives the traffic along with the other off- pricers, so it just creates a mecca for us.”
  25. 25. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER A TWO-TIERED ECONOMY A widening bifurcation between low and high income households drives the success of value retailers, fast fashion and off-price retailers as well as luxury brands while mid-tier retailers suffer.   25 Neiman Marcus Saks Nordstrom Bloomingdale’s Macy’s Dillard’s SVU (former Albertsons Stores) Kroger Kohl’s Safeway JCPenny Drugstores (CVS/WAG) Clubs (BJ/COST/Sam’s Club) Target Walmart Kmart/Sears Dollar Stores SVU (Sav-A-Lot)
  26. 26. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER ... AND DEPARTMENT STORES TESTING OFF-PRICE FORMAT
 • Kohl’s will open a single store selling returned items in Cherry Hill, NJ in early June 2015 • Macy’s discount chain “Macy’s Backstage” will open four stores in greater New York City area in fall 2015 26 ! Department stores are offering below- retail prices through off-price chains   Both Kohl’s and Macy’s are opening off-price stores this year
  27. 27. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER AND INTERNET PURE PLAYS ARE BOOMING • Zalando: 26% sales growth to €2.2 billion in 2014. • ASOS: 27% sales growth to £976 million in 2014. • Zulily: 73% sales growth to $1.2 billion in 2014. • Amazon 1Q sales up another 15%. Amazon now growing its offer in fashion, its “fastest-growing category”. 27
  28. 28. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 28 DIGITAL COMMERCE AND RETAIL IN THE US
  29. 29. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 29 US STORE TRAFFIC DECLINED 54% DURING 2010 – 2014... According to Google, US store traffic (in footsteps) declined 54% during 2010–2014, a CAGR of (-17.6%) !39!! !18!! 2010! 2014! US#Store#Traffic#(Billion#Footsteps)## Source: Google
  30. 30. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 30 ... HOWEVER THE CONVERSION RATE IMPROVED DURING THE SAME PERIOD !$641!! !$737!! 2010! 2014! US#Store#Revenue#($#Billion)## According to the same Google report, US store revenue increased 15%% during 2010–2014, a CAGR of +3.6% Source: Google
  31. 31. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 31 THERE IS AN 
 INCREDIBLE DIGITAL 
 OPPORTUNITY … 93%   Sales will be Offline 70%   Sales will be digitally influenced Source: Google Retailers need to embrace the Internet and digital in the future, as nearly all sales will be offline and the vast majority will be digitally influenced
  32. 32. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 32 … AND SHOPPERS ARE WEBROOMING MORE Source:  PWC Ÿ Webrooming is researching online and buying in a store   Ÿ Amazon remains the top destination for webrooming and showrooming   Ÿ Millennials generally prefer webrooming
  33. 33. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 33 LUXURY 
 CONTINUES TO UNDERPERFORM Source:SpendingPulse/Mastercard  Advisors   WHY IS LUXURY UNDEPERFORMING?   • Strong USD hurting tourism   • Shoppers want experiences, not products   • US consumers still cautious, even at high end Retail Sales Performance by Sector Sector YoY Mar 15 Leading Hardware 8.3% Grocery 8.0% Restaurant 7.4% Lagging Department Stores 1.0% Luxury ex. Jewelry (-3.0%)
  34. 34. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 34 BIG E-RETAILERS CONTINUE TO EXPAND MARKET SHARES Source:  Internet  Retailer,  2015 Ÿ North America’s top 500-etailers account for 84% of online sales   • The fastest-growing web merchants are ranked 301– 400   • Blue Apron was the fastest- growing, with sales growing 550% to $65 million Rank E-tailer Merchandising Category 1 Amazon Mass merchant 2 Apple Technology/books/music/video 3 Walmart Mass merchant 4 Staples Office supplies 5 Sears Mass merchant 6 Netflix Books/music/video 7 Macy's Mass merchant 8 Office Depot Office supplies 9 CDW Technology products/services 10 Home Depot Home improvement/construction services 550% in 2014 Top 10 Largest E-tailers
  35. 35. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER RETAIL REAL ESTATE SUPPLY CONDITIONS 1Q ANNOUNCED STORE CLOSURES
 
Store  closures  concentrated  in  home   entertainment  and  apparel,  which   were  96%  of  1Q  announcements.     Space  associated  with  3,558   announced  closings  represents  0.1%  of   total  inventory  of  US  retail  space. Retailer Segment No. of Closings RadioShack Home Entertainment 1,784 Wet Seal Apparel 338 Deb Shops Apparel 287 Body Central Apparel 256 Cache Apparel 153 Jones NY Apparel 127 The Children’s Place Apparel 125 Chico’s Apparel 120 Izod Apparel 120 Fresh & Easy Grocery Stores 50 Selected Store Closures 1Q2015 Source:  :  ICSC  Research  PNC  Real  Estate  Research   35
  36. 36. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER GAP PLANS FURTHER NORTH AMERICAN STORE RATIONALIZATION FOR GAP BRAND • Another 175 North American Gap stores are scheduled to close, 140 in 2015, representing approximately $300 million in sales. • Gap’s North American Store fleet will consist of approximately 800 stores upon completion • Full price locations will decline to about 500 stores and the remainder Gap Factory and Gap Outlets. • its June 16 Analyst Day, management’s focus on driving product acceptance doesn’t comport with the structural competitive environment. • The real threat to Gap is the rise of deep value retailers using more efficient supply chains and store models that is driving industry prices and profits lower. 36
  37. 37. DEBORAH WEINSWIGMANCHESTER 37 THANK YOU

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