Apply to Be Featured in Sailthru’s 2018 Retail Personalization Index
August 2, 2018
At Sailthru, we strongly believe that personalization isn’t just a tactic, but a crucial business strategy. When we launched the first ever Retail Personalization Index last year, our goal was to spotlight how well top global and upstart retailers and ecommerce companies are personalizing the customer experience. The result was the biggest research project Sailthru has ever produced, with the likes of Sephora, JustFab, Walmart and Net-a-Porter topping the list.
We’re currently in the throes of research for our 2018 edition… and this year, we’re doing things a little differently.
We’re evaluating more than 250 companies to see who can rise to the top of the “Sailthru 100” — and your brand could be part of the pack! We’re now accepting applications to be considered for our upcoming Index launching this fall, and you have until August 17th to apply.
Click here to apply and get your brand’s personalization score, and potentially be included in our 2018 Retail Personalization Index. It’s a win-win. If your personalization is lagging, we can help you identify exactly which areas need the most work. And if you’re already a personalization pro, well, maybe you can brush Sephora aside and take the top spot. There’s only one way to find out!
Disclaimer: All applications submitted will be vetted by Sailthru’s research team. Your application does not ensure a ranking on the Index. Applications submitted after August 17th will not be considered for the Index, but will still be eligible for complimentary strategic recommendations and analysis by the Sailthru team.
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