MakerSights enables merchants to harness powerful pricing analytics in conjunction with consumer sentiment and demand data to drive internal alignment around pricing, global vs. regional must-haves, investment depths by channel and region, and more.
MakerSights has created best-in-class pricing analytics that combine the power of consumer sentiment with proven conjoint analysis methodology to help you understand price sensitivity around your products, ensure your products are priced competitively without leaving money on the table, and generate brand excitement and loyalty.
Right-size investments by channel and region in core, hero, and fashion-forward styles to prevent markdowns, avoid stockouts, mitigate inventory glut, and maximize profit margins:
Understand consumer preferences by profile, market, channel, and more. Share consumer data and insights with executives and cross-functional stakeholders across design, merchandising, sales, marketing, e-Commerce, and regional teams to drive alignment and ensure the right adoption and investment decisions are made for every channel and every region, everytime.
Help merchandising teams make investment decisions that are powered by statistically significant consumer data that is collected in 48 hours and at a fraction of the cost as a standard focus group.
Enable merchandising, e-Commerce, and regional teams to strike the perfect balance between margin and demand by leveraging a powerful combination of data science and proven conjoint methodology to assess consumers’ price sensitivity and willingness to pay.
“I feel much more confident going into milestone meetings armed with MakerSights’ Voice of Consumer data. The insights it provides enable me to objectively validate costly and impactful merchandising decisions. MakerSights helps me sleep at night.”
Director of Merchandising, Faherty
I was honored and excited to be asked to moderate last week’s DVF InCharge panel discussion with DVF President and CEO Gabby Hirata, Michael Kors President of Accessories and Footwear Pippa Newman, and the former Reebok GM of Global Business and Product Director for Performance Running Emily Mullins.
To provide a little insight into what’s likely coming down the pike, we’ve rounded up the recent statistics that we think retailers should keep top of mind over the next twelve months. From operational efficiencies to digital transformation to responsible fashion, here are 55 stats that we believe are key indicators of what’s to come in the new year.