Tag Archives: retailers

ARA teams up with Google

The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) and Google have announced a new strategic collaboration this week. Russell Zimmerman, Executive Director of ARA, says a more direct relationship between the ARA and Google will allow the ARA to better support retailers to use digital tools and platforms which support their growth ambitions. …

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Retailers struggle to monetise data and drive experience

Eighty-five per cent of global grocery retailers lack the capabilities, technology, people and processes to use insights to monetise their data and drive customer experience, says a new study commissioned by dunnhumby. Despite the apparent barriers, the Forrester Consulting-conducted study, The Future of Retail Revenues Must Be Data Led, finds …

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Aussie retailers are missing out on $71bn in abandoned sales

Negative shopping experiences are costing the Australian retail sector $71 billion in abandoned sales each year, according to new research. The Adyen-commissioned research from 451 Research surveyed more than 1,200 APAC consumers and 600 B2C retailers to uncover what shoppers really feel about their shopping experiences and the impact it …

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What is it like to work at the UK’s top retailers?

Working in the retail sector offers a much more positive experience than those in other sectors, finds a new report. Based on LinkedIn’s annual report of the most sought-after companies to work at in the UK, Power House Truths has curated and dissected over 210,000 employee reviews to see where …

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State of revolution for global food industry

Staying one step ahead of shoppers’ changing needs is more challenging than ever for retailers and manufacturers, according to IGD CEO Joanne Denney-Finch. “This is a revolution in what products are sold, how they are sold and made, how shoppers choose and what society expects from a business,” she said …

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