Like the internet and GPS before them, drones are evolving beyond their military origin to become powerful business tools. From Goldman Sachs.
The buying bloc is more populous than millennials and moms. Give consumers a reason to believe in your company, and they will give you their loyalty and their activism.
Understanding what your prospects really want to read and talk about in the decision making process is key to success in a modern sales world where patience is lacking and the pressure is on to seal a deal.
Data Never Sleeps - 90% of all the data today was created in the last two years - that's 2.5 quintillion bytes of data per day. From Domo, great list of data insights.
More than half of employees say they love their jobs. Employee screening company EBI surveyed 2,000 workers to find out how they feel about their jobs.
Practical advice from the Entrepreneur on winning that argument using a few simple tricks and debate like a pro.
The Evolution of Influencers - Check out this infographic to trace the origins and also see some of the players and intricacies of the art and science of the influencer economy.
Insights from 5,000 shoppers underscore the importance of aligning retail strategies with consumer trends in click and collect, emerging channels and competing with Amazon.
Artificial intelligence is already extensively used by enterprises, both directly and indirectly, and has had a profound effect on how many major industries operate. Here is an overview of AI adoption levels and surveyed opinions of senior decision-makers and technology executives to show its impact on organisations. From Raconteur.
How AI is changing the way retailers operate by providing technology to analyze consumer data, to adapt the approach through which companies interact with shoppers and to predict consumer demand for better inventory management. How important industry players are working together with tech companies to develop AI-powered technology for personalization, customer service and inventory management. How AI will shape the future of retail and what the main reasons are for retailers to invest in the technology if they want to remain competitive. Fung Global Retail & Tech
Ten years, Steve Jobs promised that Apple was to 'reinvent the phone'. It was no exaggeration. Take a look at how the iPhone has revolutionized design and photography.
In RSR’s 2017 benchmark on retailers’ pricing strategies, more retailers report their margins have improved this year vs. last year. But at the same time, more price changes are headed to stores than every year since 2010. And one-third of respondents report they are offering steeper discounts more frequently.
From the Cube: In 2013, only 5% of retail sales were influenced by mobile devices, but this jumped to 37% in 2016. 42% of marketers struggle to measure the impact of their digital marketing efforts on driving in-store sales. 89.3% of customers will share location data for in-store discounts.
From Bain & Company, hard discounters Aldi and Lidl are poised to open hundreds of new stores in the US, and traditional grocers are unprepared. Here are five rules for incumbent grocers to successfully compete.
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