SCANDIT SECURES $80M, GUCCI LEAVES THE FASHION CALENDAR BEHIND, STARBUCKS AIMS FOR MORE DRIVE-THRUS, A NEW APP TO REPLACE DEPARTMENT STORES

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  1. Scandit secures $80M in funding as COVID-19 drives demand for contactless mobile tech. Story by Peter Adams.
  2. Gucci has left the fashion calendar behind and will plan for only two shows per year. Coverage from Brian Baskin.
  3. Starbucks will relocate more locations from malls to drive-thrus and build more pickup stores and add curbside and delivery options. Reporting from Jonathan Maze.
  4. Department stores are struggling. Could ‘The Yes,’ a new app built to be a virtual department store, replace them? Story by Elizabeth Segran.

Source: Scandit secures $80M in funding as COVID-19 drives demand for contactless mobile tech | Mobile Marketer

Source: Gucci Just Left the Fashion Calendar Behind. Who Will Follow? | BoF

Source: Starbucks wants fewer mall locations and more drive-thrus | Restaurant Business Online

Source: Department stores are dying. Could this app replace them? | Fast Company

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