Clothing subscription company Stitch Fix on Tuesday will announce its first earnings report since going public in November. Zoe Henry, Reporter at Inc. Magazine, joins The Long and The Short to give her predictions on the much-anticipated event. Stitch Fix has a lot of competition in the clothing and retail industry, but Henry says she's mainly focused on user growth. When the company went public in November, it reported a customer base of 2.2 million. Henry is hoping that number can increase to show consistant interest from consumers. We also need to talk about the elephant in the room: Amazon. It launched its "Amazon Wardrobe" service this year. Henry talks about the technology and data behind these personalized wardrobe companies and how creating the right algorithm can make or break your company.

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