With stores shuttered in lockdown, adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted remains committed to digital expansion.
Even in a pandemic, people still want to do their hair and make-up - which has played to L’Oréal's digital foresight.
Retail innovation depends on real-time data from core systems at the point of sale. Neptune Software's Natalie Kouzeleas explains how a cloud POS helps retailers move fast
The John Lewis Partnership is a UK retail icon that's thinking long and hard about what it needs to do to evolve for a post-COVID world.
Starbucks made savvy early digital investments that paid off when the pandemic ground up long term planning.
From using email and phone calls to a fully comprehensive e-commerce platform, Yakima Chief Hops finds value with Magento.
Barbour is a retail brand that dates back to the 19th century and is best known for its iconic waxed jackets. In 2020, the importance of D2C e-commerce is a priority for the firm as Amy-Lee Cowey, Global e-commerce & Digital Head, explains.
A tax on online retailers to save the Great British High Street? And raise £2 billion a year? Too good to be true? Yes!
Enterprise hits and misses - the retail consumer bucks trends, offices push to re-open, and SAP to IPO Qualtrics
This week - retail consumers create new trends, and retailers scramble for new metrics. Offices push to re-open, but health screening and data privacy loom large. At presstime, SAP announces its Qualtrics IPO intent. As always, whiffs-a-plenty.
"Do less, but better" - Armani's post-COVID omni-channel ethos as luxury retail finally faces up to a clear path of change
Giorgio Armani is leading his firm into a re-designed retail future. It's a post-COVID shift that other luxury retailers might follow if Farfetch's Chief Customer Officer Stephanie Phair is correct about the current chance for change.
Warehouses and distribution centers are the 'engine rooms' of retail e-commerce, but in recent months have also become the focus of fresh COVID-19 controversy.
NRF NXT 2020 - the retail consumer is bucking trends and creating new ones. Retailers need new metrics - again.
Remember when I said we need new retail metrics? Well, toss those - now we need a pandemic-tested edition. NRF NXT 2020 brought these issues into focus - here's my top five takeaways.
Enterprise hits and misses - the collaboration market heats up, Privacy Shield goes down, and retailers confront the next normal
This week - the collaboration market heats up as Microsoft Teams and Google Cloud jockey for news attention. Plus: the end of Privacy Shield raises huge economic (and data) questions. Whiffs include Twitter hacks, IBM, AirBnB, and 5G hype overdose.
Pizza franchise business Domino’s has long invested in ‘frictionless experiences’ for customers. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a perfect storm for the company.