Retail Transformation Show with Oliver Banks
It won't surprise you that retail is tough. But why is this? Why have some companies done well and others struggled? And what makes the retail market particularly challenging compared to the older retail market?
The word transformation builds a whole range of emotions in us. It can excite some and give a cold sweat to others. But, if we're using the word "transformation" incorrectly then we'll be setting the wrong expectations among stakeholders and shareholde...
We often talk of all of the change happening in retail... but is the retail industry actually changing? Or are we just getting over excited? Is this just a natural evolution and we're blowing things out of proportion? In fact,
Live events can be a vital source of insight, ideas, suppliers and relationships. But, to make the most of attending live events, it’s critical to be more strategic in your actions before the event, during the event and after the event.
Whenever we're thinking about retail transformation, technology probably isn't that far away. Technology has significantly changed our lives. Meanwhile, retail technology has the same effect on the world of shopping: both for consumers and businesses.
The retail landscape is changing and your business must adapt and transform. However, recognising the need to transform is only the first step. Making it happen is much harder. In this podcast episode, Oliver Banks talks to the experienced retailer and...
The retail world is changing and evolving. My special guest, ex retail CEO, Ian Shepherd, calls this the "New Normal" and has created 6 new rules to help define how the world works now and, in particular, what you must to do win in our digitally enable...
We're living in a changing world and retailers must change and transform. But change can be hard and there are many opportunities to fail. So, we collectively turn to digital transformation as the solution. However,
Consumers are driving the retail market more than ever before. Much of this power is down to their ability to have a voice that is heard. Social media is the megaphone that amplifies that voice to be heard by global companies.
The retail market is going through extraordinary change and transformation. The rise of social media is one of the drivers for this. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others have significantly changed the retail industry. Polly Barnfield OBE,