In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from Earl Grey drinker and sales & marketing director at Britannic Technologies, Jonathan Sharp.
The M&M's World store in London's Leicester Square is showcasing a 3D computer animated digital projection in its window, as a way of marketing its brand to passers by.
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from La Foile fan and Unicomp sales manager, Dave Graham.
M&S is closing stores, plenty of retailers are updating their estates and Amazon is moving into physical grocery in a unique way - stores are changing. Essential Retail teamed up with Manhattan Associates, CenturyLink and a host of retailers to discuss the latest trends.
Cathrine Jansson-Boyd, reader in consumer psychology at Anglia Ruskin University, looks into the science of Christmas adverts and how they make consumers spend money.
Brendan Miller and Brendan Witcher, principal analysts at Forrester, discuss how retailers need to up their game when it comes to digital transformation.
In the build-up to RBTE 2017, we will be shining the spotlight on some of its exhibitors and the personalities behind them. Today, we hear from rugby fan Lee Bowden of The Shopworks.
Grocery chain Coop Italia has opened its digitally-led 'store of the future' at the Milan University campus, having showcased the concept at Milan Expo in 2015.
Lucy Larkin, managing director at Accenture’s UK retail practice, takes a look at how retailers can use data and technology to maximise profits in a promotion-driven market.
Amazon has unveiled an automatic physical shopping format which allows customers to pick up products and walk out without queueing, but will this revolutionise the retail checkout?
Retailers such as Yoox Net-a-Porter and Asos are backing this year's Hour of Code initiative, helping people understand the skills required to facilitate today's tech-led consumer behaviour.
With an in-store manufacturing lab, Korean eyewear company YUN is changing the way people buy glasses. Cate Trotter, head of trends at Insider Trends, takes us on a tour of the Berlin shop.