Only one worthy story on Today’s Top Talk, Bloomingdale’s enters the clothing rental business signaling the importance of the segment.
Today’s Top Talk touches on FedEx ending their U.S. ground contract with Amazon, Petco doubling their in-store vet hospitals, and Apple getting into the credit card business.
Today’s top talk touches on Walmart looking to sell Modcloth, Rite getting into tele-health, and UpChoose creating a service towards the reuse of baby clothing.
Omni Talk guest contributor Matt Bowen takes a great look at how Amazon is thinking about its Prime Membership strategy well beyond the well known benefits of fast delivery.
CVS is expanding its paid membership program, CarePass, nationwide which offers a pharmacy hotline, free shipping on products including prescription drugs, and various discounts. The subscription costs $5 a month, … Continue Reading Today’s Top Talk
The gang talks Amazon going after Stitch Fix, Starbucks delivery, Walgreens and Voice, concept Container Stores, and a rare good move by Macy’s
Food can be an important part of a retailer’s in store experience, but just because consumers like to eat does not mean that consumers will want to eat at a retailer’s store. A side-by-side analysis of the recent introductions of food by Lululemon and Crate & Barrel illustrates this point.
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Amazon announced a $5 per month personal styling service, for Prime subscribers, as part of its Prime Wardrobe apparel box program. The first area of focus is women’s apparel and … Continue Reading Today’s Top Talk
Today’s topics include Walmart testing driverless delivery, Amazon planning a grocery store separate from Whole Foods, and JC Penney testing new concepts.
Today’s Top Talk highlights Starbucks plan to work with Uber Eats to deliver its coffee nation wide and Walgreen’s latest announcement about its plan to rollout Theatro’s in-store sales associate voice-assistant technology.
Amazon’s latest move and partnership with Realogy shows that the strength of Amazon’s long-term retail hand may not be as strong previously thought.
Today’s Top Talk includes layoffs at Bed Bath & Beyond, the operator of ShopRite getting into automated warehousing, and UPS expanding their footprint further into retail locations.
Ready for Voice Search? A Spotlight Interview w/ Uberall SVP Marketing & Communications, Norman Rohr | Podcast
By 2020, some studies predict 50% of searches will be done through voice. That means there’s a lot to prep. From shifting your SEO and site strategies to beefing up your company’s FAQ and contact pages, we go through it all with Uberall SVP of Marketing and Communications, Norman Rohr on this latest edition of our Omni Talk Spotlight Series podcast.
The latest Amazon Go store in New York City shows that convenience store retail may not be the only thing within Amazon’s sights. Amazon Go could soon change the face of local coffee shops and coworking spaces too, writes Forbes contributor Chris Walton.