Caro, Felipe

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  The Nuts and Bolts of Fast Fashion

Caro, Felipe; Martínez de Albéniz, Victor The secret to Zara's success? The fast-fashion business model is explained by two operations experts -- including its operational pillars and fundamental long-term concerns. And now that fast fashion has revolutionized the apparel industry, what is next? The professors look to music, movies, food and even consumer electronics. Read article

  How Fast Fashion Works: Can It Work for You, Too? Premium

Caro, Felipe; Martínez de Albéniz, Victor This article walks readers through a more precise, illuminating definition of fast fashion as a business model. The authors also suggest possible applications of the fast-fashion model to other industries, and they mention the ethical and environmental concerns associated with it. Read article

  Optimizing Operations Decisions the Zara Way

Caro, Felipe; Martínez de Albéniz, Victor How to manage simple yet highly uncertain and time-sensitive processes to distribute goods across a network of stores? UCLA's Felipe Caro and IESE's Victor Martínez de Albéniz examine the operational decisions made by players in the clothing retail industry to discover ways to optimize performance in fast-moving environments. Read article

  Fast Fashion: Retail Strategy Flying Off the Racks

Caro, Felipe; Martínez de Albéniz, Victor Ordering two clothing collections a year is so last season. The latest successful retail model is fast fashion, used by companies such as Zara. Professors Victor Martínez de Albéniz and Felipe Caro explore this hot business strategy, explaining how companies can use assortment rotation to increase consumer spending and gain competitive advantage. Read article
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