Clipper have long been regarded as leaders in retail logistics, with a long-standing track record for innovative solutions that enable retailers to seize opportunities, drive growth, gain cost efficiency and deliver customer service excellence.
As a retail-focused solutions provider, Clipper act as a bridge between retailers, ensuring that both the high street and online work in harmony, and that businesses of all sizes and growth stages can achieve their goals. To support this, Clipper have partnered with Drapers to launch a campaign focused on Powering Fashion’s Future, created in direct response to customer needs.
The first step to this campaign, is the ‘Guide to Growth – Navigating a Changing Economy’ report. The aim of the report, and its accompanying advice portal, is to support the industry’s future by offering expertise, knowledge and insight to all fashion brands and retailers.
Central to the campaign is the Clipper Retail Forum, formed of a truly collaborative group of retailers, ranging from growth chasers to long-established bastions of retail, who, together with Clipper, will help shape the content and direction of the forum.
The advisory panel will respond to a range of growth challenges from e-fulfilment to returns, Click & Collect, cross border training and developing sustainable supply chain solutions.
Tony Mannix, CEO at Clipper Logistics says: “We are delighted to be continually valued as an agile and innovative partner for retailers. We hope this initiative in partnership with Drapers will be of great benefit to retailers, helping them navigate the challenging times ahead.”
Rebecca Thomson, Head of Commercial Content at Drapers adds: “We are excited to partner with Clipper on this project that is designed to provide retailers and brands with the knowledge they need to overcome the challenges and barriers they face as they strive for growth.”
For more information on the Drapers and Clipper Guide to Growth Project, please visit: drapersonline.com/growth
For more information on Clipper’s Retail Forum, please visit: clippergroup.co.uk/retail-forum