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Retail@Google 2015 June 17-18, 2015 Event at The Foundry, Google Dublin, Ireland The Future of Retail: What Will The Industry Look Like? - Mitch Joel, President of Mirum/Author of "CTRL ALT Delete: Reboot Your Business"
http://www.cognizant.com/retail Today’s consumers want to seamlessly shop whenever and wherever they are. In order to meet these demands, retailers must bring the physical and digital shopping worlds into one omnichannel experience. Cognizant helps retailers turn these possibilities into new business opportunities. While online shopping has become a defining activity of the 21st century, 95% of all sales are the result of a combination of online, mobile, and in-store interactions. Unifying these provides a more seamless experience for the shopper and more sales opportunities for businesses. For example, mobile alerts inform nearby shoppers of new products and promotions in order to capture their attention while RFID tags and QR codes on product tags help them learn about item details and...
Inmar's Senior Director of Retail Insights, Devora Rogers talks at TEDxWakeForestU on February 23, 2013. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.
The way people shop has changed. Shopping is now a form of entertainment , available 24/7, wherever people are. Retailers need to ensure that the brand experience is seamless and constant at all touch points. The demand is here for retailers to embrace omni-channel shopping, breaking down the barriers between the digital and high street retail experiences. Integration with social media is key - from consultations with friends, researching reviews and sharing selfies, today's shoppers want to engage in social media throughout their shopping experience! "Buy it now" has turned into "Hold. Consider. Consult." 82% of smart-phone users use a shopping cart to create a wish list of items. They research products before buying and 66% of millennials consult friends before making a purchase. Socia...
Retail News - Changing consumer shopping tastes and expectations are quietly transforming the retail industry. Shoppers increasingly crave instant gratification, one-of-a-kind merchandise and are cozying up to the idea of borrowing goods versus buying them. As a result, the shopping model of the near future is poised to look radically different from just a decade ago, and retailers that don’t keep pace with changing tastes are setting themselves up for a rude awakening, at best or extinction.
Peggy Casey, Cisco retail industry manager with Jon Stine and Bharat Popat with Cisco IBSG discusses the future of retail and the role of stores as part of omni channel shopping experience. For more information please visit http://www.cisco.com/go/retail
Today consumers are demanding. They expect merchandise to be available online, but also a trustful and impeccable in-store service. To remain competitive, businesses must therefore act fast and smart. Illustrating his thoughts with inspiring example from some of today’s largest retail players, Kilian Wagner, CEO of a very innovative Swiss start-up, gives us insights on his retail strategy and on how Omni-channelling might just be the quiet revolution we have all been waiting for. Kilian Wagner, rethinks retail by holistically engaging with customers across online and offline worlds and bringing fashion to the optical industry. CEO of VIU, a Swiss eyewear startup shaking up the optical industry with a premium eyewear concept that breaks with norms through vertical integration and ...
The Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the University of Arizona hosts The Amazing Future of Retail conference. This fast-paced, informative and engaging conference offers ground-breaking ideas from the most innovative business minds and thought leaders-all in one dynamic executive gathering.
Telstra releases new research into the dynamic and evolving trends shaping modern retail today and into the future. For the full details visit telstra.com/innovateretail
A South Coast shopping centre has become first in the UK to use Beacon technology that enables retailers to acknowledge customers' presence and deliver targeted ads. The technology allows shoppers to receive discount offers from retailers straight to their phones – without having to open an app or browse a website. The service has been developed by Brighton-based tech startup TagPoints. Beacons are low energy blue tooth devices that ‘ping’ a location message to smart phones, allowing consumers who have downloaded a retailer’s app to receive location-based content and advertising.
Consumers are changing fast, as is the technology that supports them. What are the digital trends that will drive the retail industry in 2017? We speak to Paul Zahra, former CEO of Australia’s premium department store David Jones. Read the full story on PwC’s Digital Pulse: www.bit.ly/retail17.
Digital Dazzle's "The Future of Retail" video was featured at the 1st Global DIY Summit 2011 in Brussels today, during Home Depot Co-Founder Pat Farrah's lifetime award acceptance speech. We'd like to thank Intel, Adidas and Google for contributing their vision videos.
How can science fiction help us in our every day lives? Find out with this jaw dropping TEDx Talk by the Futurist Kyle Nel. The future is closer the we think. Kyle Nel is the Executive Director of Lowe’s Innovation Labs, part of Lowe’s Companies, Inc., where he is responsible for driving retail innovation through disruptive technologies. Through Lowe’s Innovation Labs, Kyle brings together uncommon partners to imagine the impossible and provide scalable solutions for problems that customers and employees face every day. Kyle has led Lowe’s Innovation Labs to develop and introduce technologies including the Lowe’s Holoroom, an augmented reality home improvement design tool, and the OSHbot autonomous retail service robot. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference for...