One significant shift we’ve seen is the way in which some consumers are questioning how good the so-called Black Friday deals really are. Website crashes can also be a problem. How can retailers get Black Friday right next time?
In the Buy It Now for Christmas series, inventors from across the UK will have 90 seconds to pitch to an audience of real shoppers and will receive live feedback on their products.
After running a keynote at the White Label World Expo in London this week, I’m now pretty clear that the only people holding back the integration of multiple channels around the needs of the customer, are the owners themselves.
What can we expect of Black Friday 2019? According to ShopperTrak’s new Festive Peak Shopping 2019/20 report, this Black Saturday is predicted to be the second busiest in UK stores of the entire Christmas trading season, after Super Saturday (21st December) which takes the top spot.
Rob Liddiard knows a thing or two about the importance of engaging your customer-facing workforce in the hospitality sector. His session at Restaurant & Bar Tech Live on Tuesday 19th November was entitled: Making reality meet expectations: how digital leadership can help marketing campaigns reach the front line.
The UK retail sector is facing a series of serious challenges on numerous fronts, with physical stores under the greatest pressure. These challenges include declining sales, increasing costs and fierce competition from online competitors. The long-tail Brexit effect is also continuing to negatively impact the sector in multiple ways – not least consumer confidence. How […]
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