Posts Tagged:retail

Amazon Go is LIVE

Amazon Go is LIVE. So way back in another Mashup I introduced you to the concept store called Amazon Go – Amazon’s cashier-less, checkout-less, pick, pack and Go store of the future. Well now it’s live in Seattle, and the only lines are those outside the store with people waiting to try this new retail innovation.…

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Amazon Key provides package delivery access INSIDE your front door

Amazon Key provides package delivery access INSIDE your front door. Yes, you heard that correctly. When I talk to people about this new Amazon innovation – that tackles the last mile of the delivery dilemma – they are wildly polarized. “Not at home? Not a problem,” says Amazon. “As a Prime member, get your Amazon packages…

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72 versions – that’s the answer to how the IKEA Catalogue cracks “domestic bliss” in different cultures

72 versions – that’s the answer to how the IKEA Catalogue cracks “domestic bliss” in different cultures. Ah yes, it’s that time of the year again – 324-page IKEA catalogue time. The time when the 203 million copy bible-of-all-things-Swedish (that takes up 70% of IKEA’s annual marketing budget) hits the marketplace with some serious oomph! Quartz…

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Black Friday + Cyber Monday + Holidays = Is Your Mobile up to Snuff?

Black Friday + Cyber Monday + Holidays = Is Your Mobile up to Snuff? Ah, the holiday season. The tension builds for consumers, retailers and marketing departments alike. Yes, this is the make-or-break time of the year for marketers, ensuring their brands stay at the peak of demand, on trend, and of course, ahead of…

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Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google… oh, my!

Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google… oh, my! Coming out of Super Bowl weekend, we can truly see that the complexity of modern marketing is only going to keep increasing. The world of marketers and marketing today has changed drastically from what it was ten years ago – and this is chiefly due to The Four…

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The Rise of Clicks and Bricks Retailing

The Rise of Clicks and Bricks Retailing. We’ve seen the war raging for years between traditional and online retail – and they simply have not played nicely. The rise of e-commerce has uncovered many antiquated aspects of traditional bricks and mortar retail, with ease of access to more products, lower prices, and comparison at a…

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