eMarketer Presents: Omnichannel Retail Webinar ‑ The 7 Trends You Need to Know
By Marketing Team | May 8, 2015
Next week our Chairman and Founder, Neil Capel, will be joining eMarketer’s Webinar: Omnichannel Retail – Seven Trends in 2015, presented by Yory Wurmser as they discuss seven trends omnichannel retail has brought forth this year.
Whether you are an ecommerce giant or a traditional retailer, it is apparent, now more than ever, that any past barriers that separated physical and digital shopping have been brought down. Consumers are engaging with brands on a touch and go basis; moving from device to device, channel to channel, all continuously. With this new development retailers are struggling to respond and offer true omnichannel experiences to their consumers.
The webinar will address these key questions:
- Are shoppers losing interest in physical shopping?
- How are consumers using their phones to shop?
- What are retailers doing with personalization to help attract shoppers?
- How will location-based services like beacons change the retail world this year?
Join this free webinar as we discuss seven trends that should be at the top of retailers’ minds as they plan their omnichannel strategies!
Click here to register.
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