In-store & Ops
Retailers are failing to make speedy progress with digital transformation strategies, according to a new report from Cisco, unveiled at NRF 2017.
Essential Retail shares its favourite moments from the NRF 2017 show in NYC.
Essential Retail catches up with Shelly Bransten, SVP of retail and consumer products at Salesforce, to learn more about changing technologies and her NRF 2017 experience.
Thomas Pink is looking to digitise its Wall Street New York City store, using the Acuitas Digital Internet of Things (IoT) platform.
Carrie Ask, president of global retail at Levi's, is ready to take the jeans brand's responsive retail platform partnership with Intel to the next stage, as the company aims for "real-time, all-time inventory insights".
Target's technology and digital officer, Mike McNamara, describes how he changed the retailer's attitude to technology.
Macy's is downsizing its workforce this year, but the department store chain's CEO Terry Lundgren says a focus on technology and digital is helping the company recruit talented individuals at the same time.
Nottingham Trent University Business School research associate, Nelson Blackley, takes a look at M&S's recent results and the revival of its clothing sales.
What retail technology will dominate this year's NRF? Essential Retail spoke to key UK retail experts before they jet off to NYC to hear their predictions.
Research group Conlumino has released figures detailing retailer Christmas sales figures in the US. Retailers are having to work hard for their gains but the festive season was encouraging, says the report.
Essential Retail and Hitachi Solutions hosted a retail breakfast roundtable debate on Cutting Customer Irritation, involving Tesco, Carpetright, Dune Group and Blackwell's. Here's your chance to download the second whitepaper based on the discussions.