• Les Lunes: Running a global retail business with Dropbox

    This is how Les Lunes manages their global operation across the Bay Area, Paris, and Shanghai. Want to learn more? Read our blog post featuring Les Lunes: http://bit.ly/2pdLUiH

    published: 24 Apr 2017
  • Shell Executive Vice President of Global Retail, István Kapitány’s, interview with BBC Business Live

    Watch Shell Executive Vice President of BBC Business Live journalists Sally Bundock and Ben Taylor speak to István Kapitány, Global Executive Vice President for Shell Retail, about the success of Shell’s Retail business and the diversification of products and services available to customers on the forecourt. They also discuss what the future of the forecourt might look like, the importance of brand trust and the strength Shell has in this area. Transcript: http://s00.static-shell.com/content/dam/royaldutchshell/video/accessibility_script_for_istvan_kapitany_bbcn_23nov16.doc

    published: 25 Nov 2016
  • Global retail trends

    See the top global retail trends shaping the market in 2013 and beyond, and strategies to poise your business for success. More information at http://bit.ly/1cruAtP

    published: 09 Aug 2013
  • “Future Retail”

    Future Retail explores the rapidly accelerating pace of retailing at the intersection of physical and digital spaces. Emerging practices in omnichannel retailing are redefining the utilities of brick and mortar retail in the advancement of a seamless flow of information, inventory, and consumers. Whether it is the design of packaging or interactive in-store experiences, nearly every facet of the retail supply chain is being reimagined. With the life-cycles of products and stores being compressed in time and space, new retail models are set to challenge the conventions of leisure and necessity consumption. This event seeks to identify critical accelerants of technology and process innovation that are likely to steer the next generation of retail. Speakers will include Rajiv Lal, Stanley Ro...

    published: 07 Mar 2017
  • Sam Cohen Grow Business From $0 To $10 Million on Amazon Retail Global

    Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/347193148821055/ Visit our website: https://www.amazonconsultingexperts.com/

    published: 05 Jun 2017
  • Marvin Traub Associates - Global Retail - Fox Business

    Marvin Traub Associates CEO Mortimer Singer discussing the state of the global retail industry on the Fox Business channel.

    published: 10 Jun 2013
  • BBC Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution Documentary

    BBC Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution Documentary Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution 2 BBC Full documentary 2014 This episode follows the fortunes of the ultimate online retail success story - a business that was born in a garage twenty years ago and grew into a 100 billion pound global giant. Along the way, the Amazon phenomenon has inspired, shaped - and sometimes squeezed - the rest of the retail sector, while revolutionising attitudes to online business and transforming the way people shop. British people now do more of their shopping online than any other nation and in 2013, tens of millions of British customers used Amazon to buy 4.5 billion pounds' worth of goods. The story of the growing use of Amazon is the story of the internet age. Time and again, founder J...

    published: 23 Apr 2014
  • Global retail trends

    Brian Walker, CEO and Founder of Retail Doctor Group discusses the key differentiators in global retail including two key 'business fitness' factors that prevail overall being. 1. Speed to market and 2. Impact of delivery Retailers are focusing on brand, high impact delivery, distribution models, the changing retail footprint into omnichannel while always being impactful in the physical store environment and building the offer into a far more uniquely differentiated offer as retailers compete in an increasingly competitive market. Our recent Retail Innovations 9 Study includes further retail trends as defined by our global network of retail experts, Ebeltoft Group. The study can be downloaded at www.retaildoctor.com.au/retail-innovation-9

    published: 13 Dec 2013
  • Empower your retail business to be Ready for anything

    Being a Ready Retail business means easy solutions to common problems. Give staff the best POS system for swift transactions, keep customers informed of your latest offers and stock availability. Utilise the Internet of Things to control stock and maximise the efficiency of your deliveries. Visit us at http://www.vodafone.com/business/Why-choose-us/industry-expertise/retail to find out how we can empower your retail business to be Ready for anything.

    published: 11 Aug 2016
  • CBRE How Global is the Business Retail 2017

    CBRE’s “How Global is the Business of Retail?” annual survey - now in its tenth year - maps the global footprint of the world’s top twenty retailers in order to identify trends in global retail expansion at national and local levels.

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 – Top target markets by new entrants

    Tokyo top target market for new brands. In its eighth year CBRE’s How Global is the Business of Retail? will once again focus on the target markets for new brands in 2014. We examined 50 countries and 164 cities across the world to provide a comprehensive view of the markets international brands have been targeting. http://www.cbre.com/EN/research/globalreports/Pages/How-Global-is-the-Business-of-Retail-2015.aspx

    published: 18 May 2015
  • How Global is the Business of Retail?

    Peter Gold, Head of Cross-Border EMEA Retail, discusses the recent CBRE findings concerning the effects of globalisation on retail. Now in its fifth year, How Global is the Business of Retail? examines the expansion activity of retailers in more than 70 countries and the hotspots attracting global retailers at both a country and city level .A particular focus is given to the impact of online shopping activity which highlights that although people are increasingly researching products online, they still value the physical shopping experience. Predictions are made for the year ahead with the economy remaining in a cautious mode, but despite a turbulent year the global expansion of the retail industry shows no signs of slowing.

    published: 21 Jun 2012
  • Business Circle : Succeeding in Retail Globally

    Royal Selangor and BritishIndia are both well-recognised Malaysian brands. These brands have become household names in a very demanding consumer market. How did they evolve to become the success stories that they are today? This week Business Circle talks to young and dynamic successors of the two established brands - Chen Tien Yue, Executive Director of Royal Selangor and Rhoda Yap, CEO of BritishIndia. For more on British India head to http://www.britishindia.com.my For more on Royal Selangor head to http://www.royalselangor.com For more on Shaping Malaysia's Marketplace head to http://www.businesscircle.com.my/

    published: 28 Jun 2013
  • How Global is the Business of Retail?

    Cross-Border movement is a priority in retailers' minds as the economy recovers. CBRE's How Global is the Business of Retail report tracks the movement and expansion of retailers around the world.

    published: 24 Jun 2014
  • Think International: E-commerce tips on how retailers can expand their business overseas

    Ian McGarrigle, Chairman of World Retail Congress, asked 3 e-commerce experts about the international opportunities available to UK retailers. • Neil Tunbridge, E-Marketplace Specialist, UKTI: 'The E - Exporting Programme focuses on B2C marketplaces, helping UK SME's sell products to people overseas' • Peter Fitzgerald, Country Sales Director, Google UK: “Think Global first and act - marketplaces can be powerful' • Martin Newman – Founder and CEO, Practicology: 'Go after English speaking countries- understanding the opportunities and gaps in the market' If you’re a UK retailer or brand wanting to accelerate your global growth through online channels, take a look at UKTI’s e-Exporting Programme - https://www.gov.uk/e-exporting Check out UKTI’s twitter via their twitter handle @UKTIR...

    published: 12 Mar 2015
  • How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 - Top exporting countries

    Top % of retailers expanding from an individual country – U.S. retailers most active in 2014. In its eighth year CBRE’s How Global is the Business of Retail? will once again focus on the target markets for new brands in 2014. We examined 50 countries and 164 cities across the world to provide a comprehensive view of the markets international brands have been targeting. http://www.cbre.com/EN/research/globalreports/Pages/How-Global-is-the-Business-of-Retail-2015.aspx

    published: 18 May 2015
Les Lunes: Running a global retail business with Dropbox

Les Lunes: Running a global retail business with Dropbox

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  • Updated: 24 Apr 2017
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This is how Les Lunes manages their global operation across the Bay Area, Paris, and Shanghai. Want to learn more? Read our blog post featuring Les Lunes: http://bit.ly/2pdLUiH
https://wn.com/Les_Lunes_Running_A_Global_Retail_Business_With_Dropbox
Shell Executive Vice President of Global Retail, István Kapitány’s, interview with BBC Business Live

Shell Executive Vice President of Global Retail, István Kapitány’s, interview with BBC Business Live

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  • Updated: 25 Nov 2016
  • views: 279
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Watch Shell Executive Vice President of BBC Business Live journalists Sally Bundock and Ben Taylor speak to István Kapitány, Global Executive Vice President for Shell Retail, about the success of Shell’s Retail business and the diversification of products and services available to customers on the forecourt. They also discuss what the future of the forecourt might look like, the importance of brand trust and the strength Shell has in this area. Transcript: http://s00.static-shell.com/content/dam/royaldutchshell/video/accessibility_script_for_istvan_kapitany_bbcn_23nov16.doc
https://wn.com/Shell_Executive_Vice_President_Of_Global_Retail,_István_Kapitány’S,_Interview_With_BBC_Business_Live
Global retail trends

Global retail trends

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  • Updated: 09 Aug 2013
  • views: 1342
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See the top global retail trends shaping the market in 2013 and beyond, and strategies to poise your business for success. More information at http://bit.ly/1cruAtP
https://wn.com/Global_Retail_Trends
“Future Retail”

“Future Retail”

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  • Duration: 1:52:18
  • Updated: 07 Mar 2017
  • views: 288
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Future Retail explores the rapidly accelerating pace of retailing at the intersection of physical and digital spaces. Emerging practices in omnichannel retailing are redefining the utilities of brick and mortar retail in the advancement of a seamless flow of information, inventory, and consumers. Whether it is the design of packaging or interactive in-store experiences, nearly every facet of the retail supply chain is being reimagined. With the life-cycles of products and stores being compressed in time and space, new retail models are set to challenge the conventions of leisure and necessity consumption. This event seeks to identify critical accelerants of technology and process innovation that are likely to steer the next generation of retail. Speakers will include Rajiv Lal, Stanley Roth, Sr. Professor of Retailing at Harvard Business School; Eric Symon, Vice President, Global Retail Business Unit, PTC; and Neil Blumenthal, Co-Founder & Co-CEO, Warby Parker. Lal, Symon, and Blumenthal will join Craig Robins, CEO and President, DACRA, in a panel discussion moderated by Jesse M. Keenan, Lecturer in Architecture & Real Estate.
https://wn.com/“Future_Retail”
Sam Cohen Grow Business From $0 To $10 Million on Amazon  Retail Global

Sam Cohen Grow Business From $0 To $10 Million on Amazon Retail Global

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  • Updated: 05 Jun 2017
  • views: 31
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Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/347193148821055/ Visit our website: https://www.amazonconsultingexperts.com/
https://wn.com/Sam_Cohen_Grow_Business_From_0_To_10_Million_On_Amazon_Retail_Global
Marvin Traub Associates - Global Retail - Fox Business

Marvin Traub Associates - Global Retail - Fox Business

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  • Updated: 10 Jun 2013
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Marvin Traub Associates CEO Mortimer Singer discussing the state of the global retail industry on the Fox Business channel.
https://wn.com/Marvin_Traub_Associates_Global_Retail_Fox_Business
BBC Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution Documentary

BBC Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution Documentary

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  • Duration: 59:22
  • Updated: 23 Apr 2014
  • views: 10198
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BBC Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution Documentary Business Boomers Amazon's Retail Revolution 2 BBC Full documentary 2014 This episode follows the fortunes of the ultimate online retail success story - a business that was born in a garage twenty years ago and grew into a 100 billion pound global giant. Along the way, the Amazon phenomenon has inspired, shaped - and sometimes squeezed - the rest of the retail sector, while revolutionising attitudes to online business and transforming the way people shop. British people now do more of their shopping online than any other nation and in 2013, tens of millions of British customers used Amazon to buy 4.5 billion pounds' worth of goods. The story of the growing use of Amazon is the story of the internet age. Time and again, founder Jeff Bezos has moved the goalposts for many industries. Publishers, retailers and even the French minister of culture criticise Amazon's practices and bemoan its sheer size, but Amazon defends its record for providing customers with choice and competitive prices. Furthermore, Bezos' confidence in his mantra of 'start with the customer and work backwards' is already taking Amazon into new sectors - groceries, ebooks, film production, and cloud computing How Amazon applied the Wall Street mindset to hi-tech Amazon is so much part of its customers' lives that it may be about to receive the ultimate accolade - becoming a verb. "If I want to know something, I'll google it. If I want to buy something, I'll amazon it," one of the company's fans told the BBC. On average, every person in Britain spends just over £70 a year on Amazon. That's more than half the country's entire online retail spend. It's an impressive result for a business started on a couple of computers exactly 20 years ago. Back in 1994, Amazon's founder Jeff Bezos threw in his promising Wall Street career to jump on the internet bandwagon, relocating from New York to Seattle to start his own dotcom. That he was also a computer science graduate makes Amazon the product of an unusual merging of two cultures: the hard-driving world of East Coast finance and the techie, laid-back ethos of Silicon Valley. 'Uncomfortable' mix Having Wall Street thinking at the very top of the company has given Amazon its edge in the ultra-competitive retail business. But that advantage is built on technology, where efficiencies in constructing its unique supply chain depend on incremental improvements in the algorithms that run the whole complex process.The West Coast geeks have not always appreciated Mr Bezos' East Coast mindset though. Shel Kaphan, Amazon's first employee, fresh from Silicon Valley, was key to building the company's early tech infrastructure.He fell out with Mr Bezos before leaving Amazon in 1999, and says the mix of Wall Street ways with what he calls the "hipster-saturated culture" of tech businesses was often "an uncomfortable combination". Mr Kaphan says that at previous start-ups he'd worked at "there was a lot more of a sort of convivial attitude... team spirit, rather than an intense, hierarchical, driven attitude about things".Another early staffer, Mike Daisey, found the punishing work schedule at Amazon hard to take: "The employees were willing to do absolutely anything to make things work." From management's perspective, "it's being able to inspire your employees not to have lives", he says. He points out wryly that the dotcom tradition of allowing pets in the office isn't so much a sign of a relaxed attitude to work as a recognition that it wouldn't be safe to leave them. "Those dogs would have died because their master would never have come home." Mr Daisey describes Amazon's annual company picnics as being the chance to be "let loose" with team games. Mr Bezos himself took part with gusto, which was "inspiring for people". It made them feel like they were "all part of one big dysfunctional family". Harnessing brainpower Continue reading the main story " Start Quote I feel like we're six months away from them delivering [an item] before you order it" James Marcus Former Amazon editor But the idea that the culture Mr Bezos has created is so demanding and abrasive that colleagues cannot stick it is not borne out by a look at his executive team, many of whom have worked with him for years And for all his Wall Street drive, there's more to Mr Bezos' mentality than a desire to crush the competition through hard work and discounting prices. There is also an intellectual ambition to get to the bottom of knotty problems by the application of brainpower. One of Mr Bezos' ideas is that when hiring new staff, "Amazonians" should always pick someone smarter than themselves. That way the overall level of intelligence at the company will keep on rising. (Apparently he has not found anyone smart enough to replace himself yet.) The focus on brainpower is seen daily in the way meetings are conducted.
https://wn.com/BBC_Business_Boomers_Amazon's_Retail_Revolution_Documentary
Global retail trends

Global retail trends

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  • Duration: 1:14
  • Updated: 13 Dec 2013
  • views: 3
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Brian Walker, CEO and Founder of Retail Doctor Group discusses the key differentiators in global retail including two key 'business fitness' factors that prevail overall being. 1. Speed to market and 2. Impact of delivery Retailers are focusing on brand, high impact delivery, distribution models, the changing retail footprint into omnichannel while always being impactful in the physical store environment and building the offer into a far more uniquely differentiated offer as retailers compete in an increasingly competitive market. Our recent Retail Innovations 9 Study includes further retail trends as defined by our global network of retail experts, Ebeltoft Group. The study can be downloaded at www.retaildoctor.com.au/retail-innovation-9
https://wn.com/Global_Retail_Trends
Empower your retail business to be Ready for anything

Empower your retail business to be Ready for anything

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  • Duration: 1:35
  • Updated: 11 Aug 2016
  • views: 248
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Being a Ready Retail business means easy solutions to common problems. Give staff the best POS system for swift transactions, keep customers informed of your latest offers and stock availability. Utilise the Internet of Things to control stock and maximise the efficiency of your deliveries. Visit us at http://www.vodafone.com/business/Why-choose-us/industry-expertise/retail to find out how we can empower your retail business to be Ready for anything.
https://wn.com/Empower_Your_Retail_Business_To_Be_Ready_For_Anything
CBRE How Global is the Business Retail 2017

CBRE How Global is the Business Retail 2017

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  • Duration: 2:56
  • Updated: 14 Jun 2017
  • views: 62
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CBRE’s “How Global is the Business of Retail?” annual survey - now in its tenth year - maps the global footprint of the world’s top twenty retailers in order to identify trends in global retail expansion at national and local levels.
https://wn.com/Cbre_How_Global_Is_The_Business_Retail_2017
How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 – Top target markets by new entrants

How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 – Top target markets by new entrants

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  • Duration: 0:48
  • Updated: 18 May 2015
  • views: 329
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Tokyo top target market for new brands. In its eighth year CBRE’s How Global is the Business of Retail? will once again focus on the target markets for new brands in 2014. We examined 50 countries and 164 cities across the world to provide a comprehensive view of the markets international brands have been targeting. http://www.cbre.com/EN/research/globalreports/Pages/How-Global-is-the-Business-of-Retail-2015.aspx
https://wn.com/How_Global_Is_The_Business_Of_Retail_2015_–_Top_Target_Markets_By_New_Entrants
How Global is the Business of Retail?

How Global is the Business of Retail?

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  • Updated: 21 Jun 2012
  • views: 99
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Peter Gold, Head of Cross-Border EMEA Retail, discusses the recent CBRE findings concerning the effects of globalisation on retail. Now in its fifth year, How Global is the Business of Retail? examines the expansion activity of retailers in more than 70 countries and the hotspots attracting global retailers at both a country and city level .A particular focus is given to the impact of online shopping activity which highlights that although people are increasingly researching products online, they still value the physical shopping experience. Predictions are made for the year ahead with the economy remaining in a cautious mode, but despite a turbulent year the global expansion of the retail industry shows no signs of slowing.
https://wn.com/How_Global_Is_The_Business_Of_Retail
Business Circle : Succeeding in Retail Globally

Business Circle : Succeeding in Retail Globally

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  • Duration: 3:00
  • Updated: 28 Jun 2013
  • views: 1946
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Royal Selangor and BritishIndia are both well-recognised Malaysian brands. These brands have become household names in a very demanding consumer market. How did they evolve to become the success stories that they are today? This week Business Circle talks to young and dynamic successors of the two established brands - Chen Tien Yue, Executive Director of Royal Selangor and Rhoda Yap, CEO of BritishIndia. For more on British India head to http://www.britishindia.com.my For more on Royal Selangor head to http://www.royalselangor.com For more on Shaping Malaysia's Marketplace head to http://www.businesscircle.com.my/
https://wn.com/Business_Circle_Succeeding_In_Retail_Globally
How Global is the Business of Retail?

How Global is the Business of Retail?

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2014
  • views: 159
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Cross-Border movement is a priority in retailers' minds as the economy recovers. CBRE's How Global is the Business of Retail report tracks the movement and expansion of retailers around the world.
https://wn.com/How_Global_Is_The_Business_Of_Retail
Think International: E-commerce tips on how retailers can expand their business overseas

Think International: E-commerce tips on how retailers can expand their business overseas

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  • Duration: 3:16
  • Updated: 12 Mar 2015
  • views: 253
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Ian McGarrigle, Chairman of World Retail Congress, asked 3 e-commerce experts about the international opportunities available to UK retailers. • Neil Tunbridge, E-Marketplace Specialist, UKTI: 'The E - Exporting Programme focuses on B2C marketplaces, helping UK SME's sell products to people overseas' • Peter Fitzgerald, Country Sales Director, Google UK: “Think Global first and act - marketplaces can be powerful' • Martin Newman – Founder and CEO, Practicology: 'Go after English speaking countries- understanding the opportunities and gaps in the market' If you’re a UK retailer or brand wanting to accelerate your global growth through online channels, take a look at UKTI’s e-Exporting Programme - https://www.gov.uk/e-exporting Check out UKTI’s twitter via their twitter handle @UKTIRetail
https://wn.com/Think_International_E_Commerce_Tips_On_How_Retailers_Can_Expand_Their_Business_Overseas
How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 - Top exporting countries

How Global is the Business of Retail? 2015 - Top exporting countries

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  • Updated: 18 May 2015
  • views: 419
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Top % of retailers expanding from an individual country – U.S. retailers most active in 2014. In its eighth year CBRE’s How Global is the Business of Retail? will once again focus on the target markets for new brands in 2014. We examined 50 countries and 164 cities across the world to provide a comprehensive view of the markets international brands have been targeting. http://www.cbre.com/EN/research/globalreports/Pages/How-Global-is-the-Business-of-Retail-2015.aspx
https://wn.com/How_Global_Is_The_Business_Of_Retail_2015_Top_Exporting_Countries