Retail Dive just published Omni Talk’s (click here to subscribe) new feature on Amazon Go. While it may sound crazy at first blush — Amazon Go could in fact just … Continue Reading Amazon Go is more like Amazon ‘Uh oh’ | Retail Dive
My most difficult and yet my most from the heart piece that I have written to date. Thank you Robin Report for allowing me the courage to express myself. Click … Continue Reading Product Management, Not Product – Robin Report
Chris Walton and Omni Talk (subscribe here) are excited to share their first publication within the prestigious The Robin Report. Thank you to all the loyal readers and followers who … Continue Reading Omnichannel’s Death…Not So Fast! – The Robin Report
Omni Talk (subscribe here) is on a roll — my 10 retail predictions for 2018 as seen in Retail Dive! This article was a blast to write. Click the source … Continue Reading 10 surprising retail predictions for 2018 | Retail Dive
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.
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with Kristin Carpenter-Ogden of Verde Strategy for her Channel Mastery Podcast. It was an absolutely wonderful experience. Listen here!
Chris Walton and Omni Talk discuss the new flywheel of 21st century retail that just may be Amazon proof.
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.
An incredibly satirical look at the potential, subtle, and even absurd signals within retailers’ public statements that deserve our pause, our careful consideration, and our critique.
A look at how Amazon, Wayfair, and others are creating a new definition of the word “product” in retail and proving that the size of your “P” does matter.
A satirical examination of one of Terry J. Lundgren’s last public statements as CEO of Macy’s, and why he may be the Mayor of Shark City.
The contrast between Amazon and an historic Vietnam battle illustrate just how difficult it is to avoid repeating the mistakes of the past.