Silvio Carta, senior lecturer and chair of the Design Research Group at University of Hertfordshire, discusses how citizens creating data are shaping what their surrounding public spaces look like.
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from First Dates fan and CEO & co-founder at RotaGeek, Chris McCullough.
SecretSales sells e-tail business to the Excalibur Group, which owns Wowcher and LivingSocial.
Waitrose is increasing sales of British products through a web platform which engages with suppliers.
Kantar Retail's Alvaro Morilla shares with Essential Retail his experience of living with Amazon’s voice-activated personal assistant, Alexa.
The Co-op is working with JDA to implement a planning and assortment solution to improve product availability.
Jamie Murray Wells, industry head of retail at Google UK, takes a look at the results of research looking at technology trends impacting the retail industry.
Intel's global visual director, Jose Avalos, discusses how retailers need to make systems work together if in-store experience is to benefit.
Learn what technologies are moving the needle for retail winners – and how you can implement them to boost your business
Take part in this year's Innovation Trail and Awards showcasing the very best of retail technology at RBTE 2017.
Catherine Faiers, chief operating officer at Addison Lee, talks about the taxi company's journey from people to parcels.
Siobhan Gehin, MD of Kurt Salmon, part of Accenture Strategy, takes a look at customer expectations around delivery and click & collect.
For four days in February Amsterdam's RAI exhibition centre plays host to ISE 2017. Essential Retail is on the ground at this week's show, witnessing developments in the latest integrated systems, from automated home solutions and drones, to extraordinary displays of digital signage.
Fits Me takes a look at the top six things it thinks will impact the fashion technology industry in 2017.
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