The Co-Founders of VR startup Roomera, Thong Nguyen and Brad Von Bank, stop by the Omni Talk podcast studio to discuss the evolution of VR and its immediate and useful applicability within the physical retail store design process.
Carter’s out on assignment so Chris, Anne, and Emma the Intern in this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, talk Kroger’s new Delivery Kitchen, more coolness (literally) from the new Canada Goose store, Casper’s stacking the deck with its recent executive hires, Glossier’s dip into Nordstrom’s waters, and the impact Returnly’s Instant Gift Exchange will have on post-holiday returns.
Chris Walton sits down one-on-one with b8ta CEO Vibhu Norby to discuss the history and business model of b8ta, “Retail-as-a-Service” theory and practice, and his company’s new partnership involving Toys R Us.
The conversation is frank, spirited, and left the Omni Talk team with even more unanswered questions about the long-term value of what we have seen so far from b8ta’s first footnotes on the chart of retail history.
On this episode of the Women’s Retail Collective Podcast, Anne Mezzenga meets with Shipt CEO Kelly Caruso. Kelly gives Anne her full career story from her days as a McDonald’s fry cook in Fargo to her most recent role as CEO of Shipt. She tells how she plans to take Shipt from start-up to thriving last-mile delivery provider for one of the largest retailers in the country.
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In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks all things Black Friday from the Mall of America, including Lululemon, the death of The Gap, b8ta, and the biggest surprise, the ‘cold room’ at Canada Goose.
In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks Tik Tok, Kroger’s In-Store Farm, Lululemon’s new store, Coty and Kylie, Levi’s CEO predicting no sizes in 10 years and does a new segment, “what did we miss?”
In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks Nike quitting Amazon, Singles Day, Facebook Pay, Walmart and Apple’s New Siri partnership, the Gap CEO stepping down, and the low, low buttoning of Chris’ shirt.
Anne Mezzenga and Chris Walton sit down with Zia Daniell Wigder, Shoptalk’s Chief Global Content Officer, about Shoptalk’s announcement that its 2020 show speaker lineup will be 100% all women.
In today’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, Anne and Chris almost come to blows over Kroger, and the gang discusses Penney’s, Costco delivering prescriptions, Birchbox in Walgreens, and Amazon PayCode
In this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks Amazon’s bold grocery delivery move, the new Unicorn Faire, Sam’s Club testing retail in a fulfillment center, Jetblack’s new CEO, and Kroger’s Package Pickup plans.
Live from the CUE4 Conference at Third Haus in Minneapolis, this week’s Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, looks at Amazon’s new Counter program, the growing problem of counterfeit goods, Apple Pay, b8ta, and a really good idea from the Food Network.
In this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, Chris, Anne, and Emma the Intern discuss the latest in this week’s retail headlines, including Amazon shipping items under $5 next day, UNIQLO’s app promotion, thredUP and Madewell, Levi’s new store growth plans, and, of course, a signature rant about Walmart’s launch of its grocery delivery to the fridge program.
As retail evolves, so does the nature of retail work. Omni Talk sits down with the Brett Patrontasch, CEO of Shyft to talk through the platform they’ve developed to help retailers optimize their workforce and the resulting benefits for retail workers. Find out more about Shyft at http://bit.ly/myshyft
In today’s podcast, sponsored by Trigo, the gang discusses Target and TRU, Best Buy, Meijer, and Walgreens, while Chris goes on an all-time rant about Lore’s track record at Walmart
In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, we discuss brilliant retail moves by the Kardashians, Maverick Carter, and Instagram, along with Amazon’s new grocery concept and Simon’s investment in Rue Gilt Groupe.