Siobhan Gehin, MD of Kurt Salmon, part of Accenture Strategy, takes a look at customer expectations around delivery and click & collect.
Fits Me takes a look at the top six things it thinks will impact the fashion technology industry in 2017.
Andy Miah, chair in science communication and future media at University of Salford, looks at how the drone went from the latest must have tech toy to a billion-dollar cultural phenomenon.
Wickes describes the reasons for upgrading its customer logistics options including one-hour click & collect, as well as same-day and scheduled delivery.
Retail market expert form the M&A advisory firm, Livingstone, Harsha Wickremasinghe, takes a look at Tesco's £3.7bn acquisition of Booker.
Adidas is using mobile applications to create a premium service for customers who want to be the first to get hold of the latest products.
Zalando describes how customers who experience easy delivery and returns are more likely to become return shoppers.
Graham Kendall, professor of computer science and provost/CEO/PVC at University of Nottingham, takes a look at the science behind delivery routes and how much fuel is saved behind right turns only.
Richard Andrew Williams, principal and vice chancellor at Heriot-Watt University, discusses why drone deliveries are unlikely to take off any time soon.
Carrie Ask, president of global retail at Levi's, is ready to take the jeans brand's responsive retail platform partnership with Intel to the next stage, as the company aims for "real-time, all-time inventory insights".
Argos has deployed a tool which will give customers real-time delivery information about their online orders.
Tesco has announced it will be making redundancies as it looks to simplify its distribution network and move DHL and Wincanton-run operations in house.