LVMH Group were looking to their fashion Houses to make better use of customer data to improve brand loyalty and acquire new clientele. They had launched an initiative to evaluate the data advancements of key heritage fashion Houses and their readiness for cross data enrichment. Instead of launching this across all houses at once, one of the largest fashion Houses was selected to run a pilot, so they could get to the best solution by thinking big, starting small, and scaling fast.
We have extensive knowledge and experience in luxury fashion and data & analytics. The addition of our creative team ensured we would be able to maximise internal stakeholder engagement and inputs by fashionably illustrating the opportunities to really bring them to life.
How can the luxury heritage fashion house make better use of its customer data to improve the journey across various touchpoints?
- A long list of potential opportunities were identified using input from internal stakeholders and our real-life experience of how data can vastly improve the customer experience
- We drew on the talents of our creative team to engage and communicate user journey stories with stakeholders through graphic design and illustration
- We scanned the market and our innovation ecosystem for relevant potential startup and third-party partners to ensure the right solution was selected
- To deliver the initiatives and help to prioritise them, we assessed ‘what must be true’ for each
- To enable the team to select the most viable ideas for further development through proof of concept initiatives, we facilitated a cross-functional team workshop that brought together the LVMH Group and the fashion House teams
Introduced new, agile ways of working between LVMH Group and the fashion house. Illustrated the user journeys in detail. Aligned internal stakeholders, roles and responsibilities. Defined next steps to start making these opportunities happen. If you’re an LVMH customer, watch this space for a data-driven, personalised customer experience…