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For the next few weeks in the run up to the festive period, customers in store will be able to see which outfits are trending online through illuminated lights on the ‘live-feed’ digital clothing rail.
Powered by O2 4G, the rail calculates the likes, comments and shares of a particular outfit on Facebook and Instagram.
Former boss Ali Tyrer has since opened a boutique in Rainford.
Employees can now check stock levels, reply to customer queries and communicate with suppliers no matter where they are.With the Christmas party season fast approaching, O2 Business has today unveiled the UK’s first ‘live-feed’ digital clothing rail which sees sections of a custom made clothing rack light up according to the corresponding outfit’s popularity on social media.St Helen’s based Tyrers, a family owned business dating back to 1888 and dubbed the ‘Harrods of the North’, has been given a technology makeover by O2 to demonstrate the benefits of digital technology to businesses, no matter the size.The former blacksmiths shop, transformed into a local history museum by Eccleston Parish Council, received £5,200 from the Heritage Lottery Fund All Our Stories programme to create an archive of personal stories. Readers can get it from the Smithy Heritage Centre in person during open hours. Meanwhile, Ann Johnson, nee Fishwick, a regular reader living in Melbourne, is seeking some help.She writes: “My great-grandfather, Henry Fishwick, had a butcher's shop in St Helens. I would love to know if anyone in the St Helens area has a photo of him. If you need any more information please let me know.” If you have any information, drop a line to Coffey Time and I’ll pass it on to Ann.