In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks Nike quitting Amazon, Singles Day, Facebook Pay, Walmart and Apple’s New Siri partnership, the Gap CEO stepping down, and the low, low buttoning of Chris’ shirt.
Anne Mezzenga and Chris Walton sit down with Zia Daniell Wigder, Shoptalk’s Chief Global Content Officer, about Shoptalk’s announcement that its 2020 show speaker lineup will be 100% all women.
In today’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, Anne and Chris almost come to blows over Kroger, and the gang discusses Penney’s, Costco delivering prescriptions, Birchbox in Walgreens, and Amazon PayCode
In this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, the gang talks Amazon’s bold grocery delivery move, the new Unicorn Faire, Sam’s Club testing retail in a fulfillment center, Jetblack’s new CEO, and Kroger’s Package Pickup plans.
Live from the CUE4 Conference at Third Haus in Minneapolis, this week’s Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, looks at Amazon’s new Counter program, the growing problem of counterfeit goods, Apple Pay, b8ta, and a really good idea from the Food Network.
In this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, Chris, Anne, and Emma the Intern discuss the latest in this week’s retail headlines, including Amazon shipping items under $5 next day, UNIQLO’s app promotion, thredUP and Madewell, Levi’s new store growth plans, and, of course, a signature rant about Walmart’s launch of its grocery delivery to the fridge program.
Spotlight Series: Managing the Changing Retail Workforce with Shyft CEO, Brett Patrontasch | Podcast
As retail evolves, so does the nature of retail work. Omni Talk sits down with the Brett Patrontasch, CEO of Shyft to talk through the platform they’ve developed to help retailers optimize their workforce and the resulting benefits for retail workers. Find out more about Shyft at http://bit.ly/myshyft
In today’s podcast, sponsored by Trigo, the gang discusses Target and TRU, Best Buy, Meijer, and Walgreens, while Chris goes on an all-time rant about Lore’s track record at Walmart
In this week’s episode, sponsored by Trigo, we discuss brilliant retail moves by the Kardashians, Maverick Carter, and Instagram, along with Amazon’s new grocery concept and Simon’s investment in Rue Gilt Groupe.
Brand strategies for selling on Amazon must consistently evolve with the platform, and Kiri Masters, founder of Bobsled Marketing, the Marketplace Institute, and fellow Forbes contributor has been working with brands to navigate this for a while. From operating her Amazon sellers hotline (yes, it’s a real thing) to writing her new book, Amazon for CMO’s, she’s had a ton of experience which she shares in this podcast with our Omni Talk listeners.
In this week’s Fast Five, sponsored by Trigo, we talk McKinsey’s lab store at MOA, Kroger’s Food Hall, innovation in health, Caper, and Amazon’s new air pods.
David Moran and the team at Eversight are setting out to disrupt habits. They believe that in order for your promotions to be effective, they need to challenge the norms of customer behavior. Eversight works with brands and retailers by using AI to create multiple, ongoing pricing tests, that can teach retailers how to break their customers’ habits around promotion through the concept of “micro-testing,” a practice quite common in one of our favorite industry reference points for retail too — video games.
Rakuten Ready, formerly Curbside, made some of the first store pickup experiences possible, and now CEO Jaron Waldman sits down with Chris and Anne on the hustling and bustling Grocershop trade show floor to tells us how the team is revolutionizing what that “pick-up” wil mean in the coming years.
Chris & Anne interview LISNR CEO Rodney Williams, live from Groceryshop. Rodney Williams is one to keep an eye on folks. He discusses how ultrasonic payment technology could be on the brink of changing retail checkout experiences in transformative ways, especially in concert with other advances in computer vision and checkout-free retail design.
Our first Spotlight Series from Groceryshop 2019 features GrocerKey CEO, Jeremy Neren. Jeremy started his company back in 2006, delivering convenience items by bicycle to college students on the UW-Madison campus. He’s since grown GrocerKey to become a strategic white-label e-commerce solution that can do everything from optimizing order fulfillment and inventory management to facilitating last-mile delivery for grocers across the country.