New technologies and strategies are popping up all the time. Which ones are really moving the needle and having an impact now? Which ones do you need to be aware of and keep an eye on for the future?
Nikki Baird is Managing Partner at Retail Systems Research, an industry market intelligence firm specializing in the impact of technology on the extended retail industry. She focuses on trends impacting the consumer-retailer relationship, along with their supply chain and marketing implications. She has written research and articles on topics ranging from omni-channel strategies, in-store marketing and technology, store performance management, supply chain and multi-channel fulfillment, retailer-manufacturer collaboration, merchandising, and loyalty and promotions management. She has been quoted as a subject matter expert in The Economist, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Huffington Post, and National Public Radio.
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Mark Tan is currently a Sr. Product Manager at Amazon focusing on user experience for consumer sellers and used products. His work spans across different categories, which include video games, electronics, books, music and movies. He is also managing a non-profit organization, Luminated Career Consulting and acts as an advisor for the University of Washington, Foster School of Business BIG Consulting Program. Previously, he worked as Product Manager for Quixey, a mobile app search and discovery startup based in California, establishing groundwork for deep-linking during its early stages and integrating this technology to partners such as Alibaba.
Catherine Tabor is founder and CEO of Sparkfly. For digital marketers who are focused on offers and promotions, Sparkfly is a vital data provider. By leveraging connectivity to the existing Point of Sale, Sparkfly powers in-store attribution tracking, increasing campaign ROI by enabling real-time optimization. She has been one of Mobile Marketer’s Mobile Women to Watch. A visionary in the digital space, Tabor is a firm believer that mobile offers can be the unifying force between mobile media and the point of sale.