In this episode of the podcast, we talk with IHL analysts about the so-called “death of retail”.
Apps like Trendage are leveling the playing field for retailers and customers, by helping establish a two-way street when it comes to exchanging personal data for great customer experiences.
Mastercard’s Stephane Wyper discusses the role of IoT in retail—not for the store of the future, but in real-word applications that are relevant today.
We got the dish on what’s trending in the tech space at Rent the Runway, from Sr. Director of Engineering Hampton Catlin.
Retailers are outfitting their stores, warehouses and supply chain for faster deliveries. But speed isn’t everything — customers increasingly care about fulfillment options personalized to fit their lifestyle.
Apple reinvented an entire industry when it introduced the first iPhone in 2007. Thanks to Steve Jobs and his “geniuses”, retail has never been the same.
Do retailers stand a chance against behemoths with endless aisles, unprecedented budgets, and global reach? Absolutely.
In the highly competitive world of retail, experiences matter. Attention to detail goes a long way.
Retail as we know it is dying—but as the industry transforms, customers are poised to enjoy some of the greatest retail experiences that have ever existed. This is the golden age of retail.