Bynder’s Director of Global Field and Customer Marketing, Brian Kavanaugh, shares his expertise on what retailers can and should do to get a handle on their digital asset management.
Fast Five | Lulu & Peloton Cozy Up, Macy’s Is Big On Small & Cooler Screens Goes Wapner On Walgreens
In this week’s Fast Five Podcast, Chris and Anne discuss the new Peloton and Lululemon partnership, Walmart axing self-checkout in Albuquerque, Gelson’s new EV convenience store concept, Macy’s small store plans, and what retail executives everywhere should take away from Cooler Screens lawsuit against Walgreens.
Fast Five Video | Amazon Fights The FTC, Nike Does Resale & Best Buy Drops It Like It’s Hot For Christmas
In this week’s Fast Five, A&M’s John Clear and Kelly Carey join Chris and Anne to discuss Amazon’s FTC woes, Kroger’s Marketplace store, Nike’s launch of refurbished.nike.com, Best Buy Drops, and Albertsons’ new Flash 30 minute delivery and pickup program.
Anne Mezzenga and Chris Walton tour one of most state of the art grocery stores in the world — Kavanagh’s in Belsize Park London.
Fast Five Video | TikTok Shop, Kroger’s Sudden Pause & Why IKEA Shouldn’t Have Listened To Its Customers
Chris and Anne discuss Walmart doing late-night and text delivery, Kroger’s sudden halt to automated microfulfillment expansion, IKEA’s revelation that its customers actually enjoy its maze-like store layout, Mashgin at Couche-Tard, and the launch of TikTok Shop.
Fast Five Video | JCP Invests $1B, Under Armour Hires A Sexagenarian & Giant Food Stops Selling Tide
In this week’s Fast Five podcast, Chris and Anne discuss the drastic steps Giant Food has taken to thwart theft, Amazon partnering with Shopify on Buy With Prime, Under Armour hiring John Varvatos, JCP’s $1 billion turnaround plan, and Ulta tripling its number of ship-from-store locations.
Fast Five Video | A Scanless Starbucks, A Sleepy Gap Colab & Why Amazon May Soon Be The King Of Campus
Chris and Anne discuss Starbucks going scanless at the drive-thru, Shein and Forever 21’s new partnership, Amazon taking its Just Walk Out technology to campus convenience stores with Grubhub, Gap’s collaboration with Macy’s, and Sephora piloting mobile employee checkout.
Dematic Market Development Director, Kim Baudry, joins Chris and Anne for the second time in 2023 to discuss the major trends she is seeing as retailers try to bring their fulfillment closer to their end consumers.
In this week’s episode of the Retail Fast Five, A&M’s Chad Lusk and Ben Lowden joined Chris and Anne to discuss Dick’s shrinkage problem, Aldi’s major store expansion plans, Etsy’s new baby registry, Trader Joe’s hubris surrounding self-checkout, and Amazon’s decision to lay waste to a large number of its private label brands.
Chris Walton and Anne put the A&M Consumer and Retail Group’s Chad Lusk on the 5-minute hot seat as they discuss the latest trends shaping in-store grocery technology.
Fast Five Video | Nike Does Boutique Fitness, Wawa Goes Shelfless & Amazon Debuts Just Walk Out Apparel
A&M’s Chad Lusk stops by to give 5 Insightful Minutes on in-store grocery tech, while Chris and Anne also discuss Nike getting into the gym business, Wawa’s new shelfless store pilot in Philly, AR mirrors at JD Sports, Amazon Hub, and the huge news that Amazon has taken its Just Walk Out tech into apparel.
In this week’s Omni Talk Fast Five, Chris and Anne discuss Overstock becoming Bed Bath & Beyond, Amazon’s “big” grocery news, Poshmark adding visual search, Clevon doing multi-parcel autonomous delivery in Texas, and Gap’s latest CEO hire.
Spotlight Video | Everything You Wanted To Know About Generative AI But Were Afraid To Ask With NVIDIA
In our latest Spotlight Series Podcast, Anne and Chris learn all they can about generative AI from Amanda Saunders, the Senior Manager for Enterprise and Edge AI Product Marketing at NVIDIA.
In this week’s Fast Five podcast, A&M’s Abhinav Chandra and Manola Soler joined Chris and Anne to discuss NRF’s Back-to-School predictions, Schnucks piloting smart carts with Instacart, H&M selling more third-party products, Signet Jewelers offering resale, and Target’s decision to allow its store employees to wear shorts.
Placer.ai’s SVP of Marketing Ethan Chernofsky is back to give his mid-year report card assessment of which retailers are setting the pace and which ones are lagging behind.