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  • Polo Ralph Lauren launches an athletic iPad app

    / Mobile Commerce

    Polo Ralph Lauren launches an athletic iPad app

    The app shows a spring collection, making full use of the tablet’s technology.

    Posted 03/02/2011Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The app shows a spring collection, making full use of the tablet’s technology.
  • Polo hits the web

    Ralph Lauren's Polo.com is slated to debut this weekend with an initial base of some 600,000 registered shoppers who've signed up for the site online since Lauren announced plans to launch an e-commerce site last February. The site is the creation of Ralph Lauren Media, which was formed early last year with the 25% backing of network NBC to develop polo-branded media properties for the Internet, book publishing, television and feature film...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Ralph Lauren's Polo.com is slated to debut this weekend with an initial base of some 600,000 registered shoppers who've signed up for the site online since Lauren announced plans to launch an e-commerce site last February. The site is the creation of Ralph Lauren Media, which was formed early last…
  • / Technology

    Saks turns jeans collaboration into higher inventory turns

    Inventory turns on Polo jeans increased by 13% at Saks Inc. stores as the result of a CPFR pilot that Saks and Polo ran earlier this year.

    Posted 06/27/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Inventory turns on Polo jeans increased by 13% at Saks Inc. stores as the result of a CPFR pilot that Saks and Polo ran earlier this year.
  • The peacock plays a Polo match

    Retailers have the merchandise and media companies have the means for selling it, a combo that’s touched off a flurry of dot-com ventures. Fashion designer Ralph Lauren and NBC are the latest to team up. Their launch, Ralph Lauren Media, will tout the upscale designer via Polo.com. The deal brings together NBC affiliates ValueVision International and NBC Internet, which owns the search and shopping portal Snap.com, to promote the Polo line and...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Retailers have the merchandise and media companies have the means for selling it, a combo that’s touched off a flurry of dot-com ventures. Fashion designer Ralph Lauren and NBC are the latest to team up. Their launch, Ralph Lauren Media, will tout the upscale designer via Polo.com. The deal…

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