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Retailers all over the world are taking a more personal approach to their customers in a bid to stand out from the crowd.
Read the Retail Week Customer Insight supplement as a fully digital edition.
The personalisation opportunities offered by the smart home could open up a world of possibilities to retailers, argues Deutsche Telekom.
The top talent in UK retail supply chain gathered at the Hermes Retail Week Supply Chain Awards 2015 in London last night.
Walmart is trialling an SMS-based customer service tool that will text directions to products in its stores.
Marks & Spencer is hosting a series of pop-up virtual reality ‘hacks’ to mark the launch of its new Loft homewares range.
Dixons Carphone chief marketing officer Julian Diment argues technology should not be allowed to overtake human interactions when being introduced in-store.
Experts share their thoughts and expectations about which new technologies will raise the bar in personalisation.
Start-ups in retail technology are growing and Retail Week is highlighting some of the best. This week Trax is in the spotlight.
Primark’s American invasion is under way and the retailer’s in-store design and competitive pricing looks set to make its mark on Boston.
For any retailer seeking to understand the business model of the future, it is vital to understand how shopper attitudes and behaviours are changing.