Boston Business Journal
At the Credo “clean beauty” store in San Francisco’s upscale Pacific Heights neighbourhood, McKenzie Hunt is racking up sales. She is chatting with a regular client — one of dozens in her “black book” — who wants advice on which shade of foundation best suits their skin tone.
The feat is all the more impressive given that, on this quiet Tuesday morning, no customers are in sight. Ms Hunt is chatting to a client in Boston, and their conversation is taking place on an iPad.
Welcome to the future of personal shopping. Ms Hunt’s black book chat app is powered by London-based Hero, a start-up bringing digital engagement tools into physical stores. . . . more