Self-service in fashion retail was the focus of an event in London between 6-7 November, hosted by Diebold Nixdorf in association with an array of key industry partners.
Retail Connections attended Reflexis’ recent EMEA Customer Forum, and has put together five questions retailers should be asking their prospective workforce management partner.
Virgin Trains is currently allowing customers to book tickets using voice commerce capabilities on Amazon’s Alexa. Natasha Toothill, head of enterprise at Amazon Pay, sees it as a landmark moment in the advent of a new era for retailers and consumer-facing brands.
Future Stores Europe looked at many of the major themes impacting today’s retail world, but one that stood out during the two-day event was that of ‘brick & mobile’.
Two days out of the office at RBTE brought to light how retailers are looking to build more adaptability into their operations, and the event showed plenty of vendors are willing to lend them a hand.
At this year’s Future Stores conference (16 – 17 May, Hilton London Tower Bridge), the central theme is ‘reimagining retail’. Future-gazing is a must for today’s established retailers, who are vulnerable to fast-changing consumer tastes and competition from digital disruptors, so this gathering of retail professionals from across Europe promises to be hugely enlightening. The …
The CEO of consumer products retail business JML, Ken Daly, explains to RBTE delegates why the company’s “screen to screen synergy” policy helps drive sales.