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To close out 2017, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) deliver a tour-de-force look at everything there is to love and critique about Walmart this year.
It will be the love child of one hell of a party — i.e. a mash up of disruptive technologies that creates in-store experiences worth visiting.
In this conclusion of a two-part series, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) discuss why it is still REALLY hard to love Walmart.
In a compelling two-part series, Chris Walton and Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) chronicle everything there is to love, admire, and constructively critique about Walmart over the past year.
Omni Talk (click here to subscribe) presents Omni Bag — where Chris Walton answers the questions on his readers’ minds about the future of omnichannel retailing.
It is that time when retailers announce their upcoming plans for Black Friday and Thanksgiving Day weekend, so imagine if the headline that grabbed your attention were actually true.
Chris Walton and Omni Talk discuss the new flywheel of 21st century retail that just may be Amazon proof.
In time for Shop.org 2017, Chris Walton and Omni Talk present a new flywheel for next generation retailing that can compete with Amazon.
Excited to share with you my first article picked up nationally — thank you Retail Dive!
A quick video comparison of Amazon Prime Pantry vs. Instacart shows why there is no way I am letting Amazon Pantry get inside my drawers.
The flop has been dealt. The bets are starting to escalate. Where’s Norman Chad’s play-by-play when we need it. Google and Walmart just upped the ante on Amazon.
While it sounds creepy, Amazon’s new X-Ray packaging technology is awesome and it has arrived just in time for Christmas.
Be afraid — soon your local Starbucks, the items on your coffee table, and even the shoes on your feet will all become Amazon’s rent-free storefronts.