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Athena: Automated and personalized attention
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It will help you improve your experience in the store by giving you a personalized and automated attention while you recycle your clothes.
3. Opportunity: Which pillar of well-being, and which aspect of that particular pillar, are being addressed by the idea? In what way does it influence a pillar? What type of individual and community would benefit from the idea?
The pillars that are being addressed by our idea are body and Community, the community will be influenced because people will start recycling or donating their old clothes which benefits everyone. The body is influenced because Athena will measure their weight and height and would make suggestions about healthy habits you can adapt to your lifestyle.
4. Innovation: Why is your idea unique, novel, and/or impactful? What will the future look like if we’re successful in bringing your idea to life? How does the proposed solution differ from existing solutions addressing human well-being?
What we are willing to develop with Athena is a drastic change in the way people buy clothes. We think it is extremely innovative because you are not only helping recycle clothes, you are also making a more personalised experience for your customer that will eventually attract more clients, and even if the jogger pants or the sweater is no longer available in the store the customer will be able to order it online, because thanks to Athena your customers will know if it fits them.
5. Action Plan: Please justify and briefly describe the major steps needed to make this idea a reality. Does the technology and understanding exist now? Is it likely to exist in the next 3-5 years?
To make this idea a reality it would be necessary some research and development to create the software of the machine, so it would be suitable for the brand and for the Lululemon stores. This technology already exists and it could be adapted to different necessities.It would also be necessary some research on how to make clothes with recycled ones.

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