In Part 3, Telstra’s Gareth Jude explores the power of collaboration and innovation at the world’s biggest retail event, The Big Show in New York.
Ask any American expat; the Super Bowl is serious business. While we Australians get a two-minute horse race that stops a nation, the folks across the pond have a two hour game of what they call football.
Citing John Lewis and Levi Strauss case studies, Gareth Jude shares more of his on-the-spot experiences at the world’s biggest retail event, the NRF Big Show in New York. Part 2 focuses on innovating to stay relevant in the hyperconnected world of today.
The way we pay for products has changed considerably in the past few years. But new technology is taking payments to a new level, one which many customers might not be quite ready for.
In the first of a series of columns from the US National Retail Federation’s Big Show in New York, Gareth Jude shares the big ideas on big data from the conference, with a sporting focus.
Hello, Social Media Manager For A Major Brand. Why don’t you take a seat? Now don’t worry, this is a safe space, no one’s here to hurt you. But we do need to talk…
A new take on overseas purchases is unproductive and lacks vision, according to Phil Leahy, who warns of a far greater GST issue set to haunt us.
The NORA recently led a fresh expedition into the heart of Sydney’s online retail market. NORA’s Shannon Micallef brings us this firsthand report.
Online retail has been with us for over 20 years now; it’s time to stop looking at it as a threat, and start seeing it for the opportunity it really is.
Retailers are finally working out that the physical presence provides them with a competitive advantage online and are starting to drive click and collect services, writes Ben Franzi.