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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 This is the official YouTube channel of Shell, a worldwide leader in the oil and gas industry. Our aim is to meet the energy needs of society in ways that are economically, socially and environmentally viable, now an...
The internet of things is here, and technologist Taylor Romero is first in line to bring these new advances into his wife’s barbershop & clothing store. Brick-and-mortar stores are in competition with online retail, but might the internet save his family shop? Join Taylor has he pulls back the curtain on the future of IOT-integrated retail. Taylor Romero landed his first web gig at the age of 14 and worked several high-profile positions in the tech industry before going in a totally new direction, diving into retail and men’s fashion. He and his wife, Becca, opened Spruce, a menswear boutique and barbershop, in 2015 and haven’t looked back since. Taylor is passionate about the ways technology can impact our world, and hopes to play a part in helping put Denver on the map as a tech mecca. ...
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.
Retail expansion is exciting but comes with pitfalls, here are three common mistakes that can be managed.
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 global 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
Head of Cross Border EMEA Retail, Peter Gold discusses CBRE's annual retailer survey - How Global is the Business of Retail? Now in its fifth year of publication, the survey maps the global footprint of 326 of the world's top retailers and their expansion activities across 73 countries.
Retail is a dynamic market. You need to be adaptive to change to meet new consumer demands. The customer is king – this was and will always be the case. Technology is now driving innovation in the retail space, whether it be through ecommerce offerings, or intelligent inventory management. Technology is your competitive advantage for successful business! Watch our short video to get an impression on what is important for your retail business and visit our retail site for more information on how to build an agile, efficient and robust infrastructure to support your business growth.
Mid-range fashion retailers are the most active globally. 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
Sam E Cohen talks at Retail Global on How To Grow Your eCommerce Business From $0 To $10 Million And Beyond In 5 Short/Long Years. Retail Global eCommerce Conference and Exhibition Networking, Education and Solutions for every Online Retailer. Gold Coast, Australia: http://www.retailglobal.com.au #RetailGlobalAU Las Vegas, USA: http://www.retailglobal.com #RetailGlobalUSA
This workshop is about 5 years old. Our in person workshops are updated every 6 months. Please take a mintue to visit our website Full video available on www.globalpurchasinggroup.com
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.
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
Nick Maclean, Managing Director of CBRE Middle East, presents the findings of CBRE's global retail survey "How Global is the Business of Retail? 2013 and discusses what the findings indicate for the retail sector in the UAE and wider Middle East. CBRE's annual survey - now in its sixth year - maps the global footprint of 320 of the world's top retailers across more than 200 cities, tracking cross-border retailer movements.
Retailers from EMEA and Asia Pacific still see significant growth opportunity within their own regions, whilst American retailers focus on expansion in Asia and Europe. 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
In its eighth year CBRE’s How Global is the Business of Retail? once again focuses on the target markets for new brands in 2014. CBRE examined 50 countries and 164 cities across the world to provide a comprehensive view of the markets international brands have been targeting. Nick Maclean, Managing Director, CBRE Middle East, discusses the recent CBRE findings and what they mean to the local retail market.
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...
Throughout 2015, Fung Business Intelligence Centre - Global Retail & Technology researched, discussed and reported on the latest retail and tech themes. In this video, Deborah Weinswig, our Executive Director, looks ahead to 2016 to outline what we think will be the key retail technology trends in global retail in the coming year. Read our full report for further analysis on the Top 16 Global Retail Tech Trends for 2016: http://bit.ly/FBIC16RetailTechTrends ======================================================= Fung Global Retail & Technology research team, based in New York, London and Hong Kong, is a think tank that follows emerging retail and tech trends, specializing in the ways retail and technology intersect, and building collaborative communities. The team, led by Deborah Weinswi...