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Encore: Retail Memorable Moments: Creating the Unexpected for Consumers

10/16/2019
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We love memorable moments like the birth of a child, winning the lottery, and peanut butter in aisle 7. Now as consumers we are rewarding the companies that “get” their needs and desires. Message to retailers: Go past the focus on price and 1-day delivery to transform our same-old buying routine into disruptive, game-changing, memorable moments.

Duration:00:56:16

Encore: Mrs. Jones and Her Grocer: Got A Thing Going On?

10/9/2019
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Fast-forward to 2019. The disruptive Mrs. Jones has tasted the digital grocery experience – order online, pick up in-store – and now she demands more from her storefront grocer. How to make her a loyal fan?

Duration:00:54:46

Encore: 1 Billion Reasons: Fashion Industry Needs to Adapt

8/28/2019
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No one in a retail store bats an eye if you ask where the Petit or Plus sizes are. But can they direct you to the adaptive clothing racks? Maybe not…yet.

Duration:00:54:49

Achieving Nirvana: Consumer Experience Meets Consumer Intimacy.

7/17/2019
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As retailers react to the market’s instant gratification expectations, the pressure to move closer to customers physically and digitally is straining their legacy supply chain processes that were built for mass efficiencies. How can retailers create a frictionless supply chain with outsourced providers and determine the right set of priorities amid evolving global economic, social, and consumer trends?

Duration:00:55:11

Encore: Fashion Disruption: Goliaths Fall

5/8/2019
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The barriers to entry for new fashion houses continue to drop. Digitally native fashion companies arrive with little to no legacy process or technology issues, able to scale fast to beat the big companies.

Duration:00:55:17

Getting Fresh: The Last Battlefield for Grocery Part 2

4/17/2019
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In the battle for the future food shopper, no grocery area is more important or relevant than fresh foods. Why?

Duration:00:56:52

Encore: Dress for Success: The Future of Fashion Is Here!

3/6/2019
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Technology has infused itself across how consumers expect to engage with retailers and vice versa – in Fashion more than any other industry. Why?

Duration:00:55:55

Encore: Getting Fresh: The Last Battlefield for Grocery

2/6/2019
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In the battle for the future food shopper, no grocery area is more important or relevant than fresh foods. Why? Anyone can sell Cheerios. It’s the produce, meat, seafood and service deli bakeries that make or break a good meal.

Duration:00:55:55

Extreme Makeover: Time for Customer-Centric Omnichannel

10/31/2018
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The buzz: “The customer’s perception is your reality” (Kate Zabriskie).

Duration:00:55:01

Retail New Mantra: Go Fast, Grow Big, Stay Agile

10/10/2018
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The buzz: “…everyone in the world of retail, large or small, needs to ensure that they can keep up. That's why we keep on hearing about the need for ‘agility’ and ‘flexibility’ in the sector” (jimcarroll.com).

Duration:00:53:38

What's Up With Retail: Apocalypse or Renaissance?

8/22/2018
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The buzz: “Like most retailers, we don’t know exactly where we will land at the end of it but our curiosity and willingness to create will be a guide for us” (Jesper Brodin, CEO, Ikea).

Duration:00:56:09

So You Wanna Be a Game Changing Retail Leader?

8/1/2018
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The buzz: “The sooner we drop the ‘e’ out of ‘e-commerce’ and just call it commerce, the better” (Bob Willett).

Duration:00:54:17

Retail State of the Union: Why Shop At A Mall?

7/11/2018
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The buzz: “Struggling malls should transform into mixed-use centers to keep people coming in” (Amanda Nicholson, Syracuse U.).

Duration:00:54:54

Retail State of the Union: Surviving in a Radically Changing Industry

6/13/2018
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The buzz: “Shoppers are dictating the future of retail” (Ray Hartjen). On January 9, 2007, Steve Jobs – perhaps history’s most radical thinker – uttered eight words in a keynote address: “Today Apple is going to reinvent the phone.”

Duration:00:56:11