2019 High-Tech Retailing Summit
Wednesday, January 9
Doing nothing is not an option. Retailers must win customers who want experiences as much as wardrobes, authenticity as much as
groceries, and personalization as much as new shampoo. Discover the enabling technologies that make shopping feel like magic.
Robots are the shoppers new BFF, whether they’re navigating the store, engaging customers, or serving up some chow.
Drywall and nails are so yesterday. VR let’s you build a store and test it out before you ever lift a finger.
It’s a shirt. It’s a game. It’s a loyalty program. Awear Solutions’s brilliant retail adventure.
Customer data has never been so plentiful, but how do you make it actionable and intentional?
The Internet was built as an informaition platform but it’s commerce that drives it. Joe Jensen explains how tech makes for a better shopping experience.
While consumers are having magical shopping interactions with AR, VR, and the like, savvy retailers are studying their every move or click, iterating better shopping experiences. Turning experiential shopping into actionable data is the ticket.
Studying consumer behavior is helping to determine what they’re likely to buy, before they even know it.
In one corner you’ve got companies like Alibaba, JD and WeChat. In the other, you’ve got Walmart, Target and Amazon. These giants are separated by an ocean and vastly different shopping experiences. What can they tell us about the retail culture?
Deborah Weinswig in conversation with innovative retail powerhouses.
Online stores are finding themselves in an increasingly competitive and often low margin rat race. At the same time, shoppers are flocking to stores to touch, feel and experience. Learn from the success stories of online stores who found their new homes in the real world.
Behind the customer experiences is a vast array of “back-end” systems that are being re-imagined in a high tech world.
Why shop at all? In the new world of IoT, your connected appliances–the fridge, dishwasher, or stove–can keep track of and re-order while you attend to life’s more pressing needs. Here’s a look at how consumer appliances become your personal shoppers.
A store that inventories itself. A know-it-all shipping container. Programmable tags that track a product as it’s built. Drone delivery systems. Robots stacking shelves. Some of the thorniest problems in the retail ecosystem are getting a tech makeover.
What sort of experiences will carriers provide for retailers to take advantage of a 5G world?