2020 High-Tech Retailing Summit
Wednesday, January 8
LVCC, North Hall, N253
You’re trying to run a business. You know technology can help you streamline your costs, make better decisions and increase user engagement, but how do you pick the right path through the thicket of technology?
A man walks into a store. Not anymore. From showrooms to special events, retail is showing up in the hippest, most engaging places. And it’s powered by tech.
From cashierless stores to roving inventory drones to mood-detecting “smart shelves”, computer vision is the latest technology that savvy brick and mortar retailers are deploying to stay relevant and profitable.
Beauty products and tech-personalization are a natural match. Facial recognition, augmented reality and artificial Intelligence drive the process. What’s next up for the beauty industry?
We’re feeding our machines their daily data and they’re making some informed decisions. Let’s go beyond to talk hyperpersonalization and content delivery, but not forget privacy.
We’ll get an update on China’s retail tech and then look at the why some of the biggest retail successes of the year were in real-world stores.
Standard Cognition’s Michael Suswal and Former Red Sox CEO, Larry Lucchino invite you to a special lunch that explores a new era in sports retail.
5G is more than pure speed. It’s an experience generator. Personalized digital signage, mixed reality experiences, and new payments are just a few of the things that 5G enables.
Now that everything has an IP address everything is shopping capable. Here are some of the most interesting “things” in the world of shopping.
When Tech Meets Psych: Dissecting the behavior behind a purchase is big business.
The ability to explore the what-ifs, from what if I painted my room, or created my perfect car, or cooked like a top chef are all waiting for us in a mixed reality.
Shopping is all about the hunt. Consumers are starting to expect personalized experiences across all channels. Nowadays, the hunt is just likely to include speech and images as a line of text in a search bar. Product discovery becomes the biggest challenge in modern commerce.