The year is 2030 and the world has changed. Howard Saunders, the retail futurist, stars in the fifth episode in the series and sends a message to the present day about the interplay between technology and humanity. Continue the conversation about the future of retail at our #ReinventionRetail conference on 22nd May 2019 👇 https://bit.ly/2U8xLAb Learn more about Howard 👇 https://www.22and5.com
Our exploration of the future continues. The fourth episode in the series features Jonathan Reynolds, Director of the Oxford Institute of Retail Management - Said Business School, University of Oxford, who reports back from the year 2030 about the ways that working in retail has changed. You can learn more about the way retail careers are changing at our #ReinventionRetail conference on 22nd May 👇 https://bit.ly/2U8xLAb
More audio files from the year 2030... In the third podcast in the series, Martin Newman - The Customer Experience Champion, bestselling author and Chair of our #ReinventionRetail event - speaks to the present day about the changing consumer landscape. Book now for our #ReinventionRetail conference on 22nd May 2019 to continue the conversation 👉 https://bit.ly/2U8xLAb
We have audio files from the year 2030 and we’re sharing them with the world. In this second podcast in the series, Andrew Busby, Founder & CEO of Retail Reflections, and a speaker at our forthcoming #ReinventionRetail event, sends a message from the future about adaptation, automation and the trends that landed. * Book now for our #ReinventionRetail conference on 22nd May to continue the conversation 👉 https://bit.ly/2U8xLAb * Follow Andrew at @andrewbusby
The EU and UK have agreed a further delay to Brexit until Halloween. So NOW WHAT? 👻 William Bain and Aodhán Connolly are back onboard the Brexit rollercoaster in our latest BRC Brexit podcast to review the current state of play and explain what you need to know. Get facts, stats and research about Brexit here 👇 https://brc.org.uk/making-a-difference/priorities/brexit
We’ve received audio files from the year 2030, which we will share with you as podcasts. The world seems to be a very different place - retail has been reinvented, as you may expect. 🤖 This first in the series features Clare Bailey, "The Retail Champion", who sends a message about change, collaboration and community. Stay tuned for more, and continue the conversation at our [#ReinventionRetail conference](https://brc.org.uk/events/reinventionretail) on 22nd May. Learn more about Clare at...
Well? Is it?? In this episode, William Bain, the BRC's resident Brexit expert and Aodhán Connolly, NIRC director look at what March 2019 really means for Brexit. Learn more about the BRC's Brexit research at https://brc.org.uk/brexit-resource #Brexit #retail #BRC #nodealBrexit
😱 Where is Brexit going to end up? William Bain, the BRC's Brexit policy lead and Aodhan Connolly, Director of NIRC, review a tumultuous fortnight for the Brexit process and look at where it could end up by the end of March. Get facts and stats here 👉 https://brc.org.uk/making-a-difference/priorities/brexit #Brexit #Retail
How are retailers using AI? And where can you invest to get the best results and add real value to your business? Our Head of Insight and Analytics, Rachel Lund, talks to Andrew Fowkes, at SAS UK & Ireland, the AI experts.
We talk with experts from ValPak - the leading producer responsibility compliance scheme in the UK, and DEFRA, about the new Government Strategy - what retailers need to know and how they need to respond.
In this podcast, Rachel Lund, Head of Insights & Analytics at the BRC, alongside expert Doug Norton-Bilsby, Global VP of Retail & Consumer Products at ForgeRock, discuss in detail what identity management is and what it means for retail. It explores retailers concerns around the future and the continued advancements in technology. Doug provides an in-depth understanding on identity management, how it impacts the customer journey and provides examples of retailers succeeding in utilising this...
William Bain, our resident Brexit expert at the British Retail Consortium, explores everything you need to know about the Brexit deal and the implications for Northern Ireland with Aodhan Connolly, Director of the NIRC. Learn more at https://brc.org.uk/making-a-difference/priorities/brexit #Brexit #retail
Why is trust and purpose so important for the retail industry? In this BRC podcast, Richard Pennycook, one of the pioneers of the retail industry and the former CEO of the Co-operative Group, discusses what he’s learnt about leadership, change and purpose. Having delivered the BRC’s 2017 Annual Retail Industry Lecture, he explores the impact of big economic and political changes on the retail industry with Helen Dickinson OBE, the Chief Executive of the BRC. For more information, visit...
Strong cyber security means strong commercial competitiveness. What can businesses do to ensure information security in the digital age? With cyber crime hitting the headlines, Hugo Rosemont of the BRC discusses the implications for retail businesses and offers advice on what steps businesses can take to ensure strong cyber security. Joining the debate is Geoff White, an award-winning television news journalist, whose exclusives have covered everything from fraud in the internet dating...