Wake-up call to retailers: Digitize – or die!
Listen to the podcast:
- Will we still need dealers in the future?
- Will pure players become the new stationary retailers?
- Does the small retailer still have a chance in the future or will only chain stores be able to assert themselves?
- What do stationary retailers have to do in order to really be able to survive?
- Why do digital services keep customers stationary?
- Innovative and bold business models are needed
- Learn from the pure players
- Personalization and individual customer needs in retail – is that possible?
- Can retail also learn from other sectors?
- So which traders are not eligible?
- How can the brick-and-mortar retailer collect data?
- How can the extension of the data also be incorporated and used in inpatient settings?
- The local rankings on Google is also an often untapped potential, isn’t it?
- Can bricks-and-mortar retailers manage the changes on their own?
- How do retail alliances not form? Doesn’t that make sense?
- What can retail learn from the music industry
- Is there even a “universal concept” for a functioning retail concept?
- Does stationary retail have to diversify more and offer a complementary product range?
For the first time, the Internet is giving small breweries the opportunity to supply their customers directly, bypassing the retail and food service sectors. But the shopping experience in many online stores still has room for improvement – not only for the small D2C brands, but also for the top dogs in the market.
There is a lot of talk right now about MACH, a software architecture that is microservice-based, API-first, cloud-native and headless – but for historical reasons there are hardly any consistent implementations. The e-commerce agency Shopmacher presents sport2000.de, one of the first major cases in the field.
For more than 20 years, the office partners from Gescher in Münsterland have developed into an internationally renowned player in the field of office technology. With around 130 employees, the office partners provide their customers with office technology: printers,...