Is the value proposition of 3-D printing eyewear in inventory management and limited made to order customization, or in fully consumer designed eyewear?
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What is Olay? Olay is a 66-year-old global skin care products brand within Procter and Gamble’s (P&G) $65 billion-dollar product portfolio. Olay products were sold in 80+ countries, used by 60+ million consumers as of 2012,  and generated estimated […]
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Mattel turning around their business using digital innovation, focusing on machine learning for their unique product development
Making cutting edge products since 1900, Procter and Gamble Gillette is the market leader in the hyper competitive shaving and grooming category. Can Gillette use 3D printing technology to design artistic, innovative and customizable razors in its bid to stay relevant with and win with today’s consumer?
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With Razor maker, Gillette is one of the first brands of big FMCG companies that bets on mass customization through 3D printing. It’s a bold but much-needed move to revert the trend of losing market share and declining brand loyalty.
As long as vanity exists there will be a market for skincare. Learn more about how innovative companies leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data to disrupt a $140B global skincare market.