The next post in my series with uberall is now available for review. You can check it out by clicking the source link below.
In Part 1 of this series, The New Mental Gymnastics of Mobile Retailing, we introduced the idea that treating or saying that mobile is the start of every consumer journey is a disservice to the true awe and power of mobile, especially in a world where the traditional lines and frameworks we have used to understand consumer behavior are blurring. Today, in the next part of my series for uberall, we look deeper into just how quickly technology could blur these lines ever further.
Chris Walton is an accomplished Senior Executive with nearly 20 years of success within the retail and retail technology industries. He is well-versed in merchandising, store operations, inventory management, product design, forecasting, e-commerce, pricing and promotions, and tech product development.
Chris was most recently a Vice President with Target, where he led the retailer’s Store of the Future project and also ran the Target’s home furnishing division for e-commerce. He previously worked for GAP, Inc., as a Distribution Analyst and Manager.
Chris holds a BA in Economics and History from Stanford University, and a MBA from Harvard Business School.
He likes to dress as Darth Vader for Halloween, and his wife also frequently asks him to ask Alexa, "to turn off the music."