We’re excited to announce that INTURN has recently been featured in The Leading 100, the highly anticipated annual list recognizing break-out technology start-ups leading innovation in the fashion and retail space.
The Leading 100
The Lead, a research firm focusing on the intersection of fashion, retail and technology, curated the list through a rigorous research and nomination process. To arrive at the final list, The Lead researched and identified startups using their comprehensive network of venture capitalists, private equity investors, retail leaders, and other sources. They then evaluated each startup using the following factors: innovation, total addressable market, media buzz, investor value creation, teams and competition. Over 1,000 companies from across the industry value chain — including marketing, e-commerce, in-store technology, payments, supply chain, manufacturing, design & sustainability — were nominated and considered.
The result was a list of 100 startups representative of game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and entrenched players, and we’re honored to be included among some of the most innovative companies driving innovation in 2019. See the complete Leading 100 list here.
Innovation at INTURN
Excess inventory is a $1.75 trillion problem, and brands are under more pressure than ever to move inventory faster and free up working capital. Current processes to manage excess are time-consuming, manual, error-prone, and have largely remained unchanged for over 30 years.
We at INTURN believe that solving this problem has a material impact on a company’s cash flow and P&L. Our solution? A centralized system of record for managing inventory disposition. By streamlining workflows, INTURN enables brands to improve margins and gain efficiencies—all while ensuring channel protection.
Want to learn more about INTURN? Get in touch, or meet us at The Lead Innovation Summit on July 9th and 10th, where the entire fashion and retail innovation community will converge to explore what comes next for the industry.