Recorded at Google’s New York City offices during the recent National Retail Federation (NRF) Show.
Digital strategies aren’t just about creating alternatives to the brick-and-mortar shopping experience. Done effectively, they can actually bring people back to the store, while also eliminating customer anonymity, creating rich and actionable data, and deepening relationships between the store and consumer in a way that transcends the simple transaction.
Our newest episode, which brings together a terrific panel of experts from a wide range of disciplines, was recorded at Google’s New York City offices during the recent National Retail Federation (NRF) Show.
Matt Alexander, co-founder of Neighborhood Goods which has an unusual take on physical retailing with stores in Dallas and New York.
Patrick Flanagan, Senior Vice President of Digital Marketing and Strategy for Simon, which has more than 200 properties in 37 states and Puerto Rico.
Tom Furphy, CEO and Managing Director of Consumer Equity Partners, a member of the Retail Tomorrow podcast family, and a regular contributor to “The Innovation Conversation” on MNB.
Jalna Silverstein, a leader in Ernst & Young’s Transaction Advisory Practice and its Real Estate, Consumer Experience, and Retail strategy.