Kavita Kumar of the Minneapolis Star Tribune stopped by Third Haus and decided to do a little write up of everything we have been doing. Thanks Kavita!
The Kroger, Walgreens grocery experiment shows why the grocery industry soon may not need ‘grocery stores’ in the way the world knows them today.
Amazon’s decision to kill the Dash Button program shows that it is one step closer to understanding how the next commerce platform will emerge.
The gang discusses Nike’s new subscription service and Foot Locker partnership, Amazon’s new pricing program, Macy’s toe tag, Dick’s discount stores and driving Neil’s Chevy to the levy.
In part two of our Spotlight Series with News America Marketing, we sit down with their SVP and General Manager of Digital, Michael Pollack. In this episode, we discuss the advantages for individual retailers and the industry at large, when we start thinking about the stores as a media channel. We talk about how leveraging the data from that channel is a win for the entire ecosystem, making the in-store experience more personalized and more valuable to the shopper, the shopper marketer, the market and the brands.
With Carter on location, Chris, Anne, and Neil discuss superhero movies, Apple’s new credit card, Petco, Dash buttons, CVS, and give a much too detailed description of Third Haus.
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.
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.
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.
Omni Talk scores an exclusive announcement interview with Grabango CEO, Will Glaser. We talk about the difference between Amazon Go-style and other checkout-free experiences and what it takes to bring checkout-free retail to scale in light of his company’s planned partnership with Giant Eagle.
The gang discusses Prime Day Live covering which deals we’re interested in, how far Amazon has gone towards personalization, what the competition is doing, which retailers will be here in 20 years and much more!
This week the gang discusses Tesco going after Go, the latest internal dissent rumors at Walmart, Macy’s new Story and more!
This year Amazon Prime Day is bigger than ever before, but is this only the beginning?
As a retailer in the “I want it how I want it, when I want it” economy, having accurate and up-to-date search results about your store and your inventory is a necessity. Omni Talk interviews Moz CEO, Sarah Bird, to talk about how retailers should be approaching this new reality in what might be our most informative (and hysterical) Spotlight Series to date.