Avoid Digital Pigeonholing. Surprising Baby Boomer Statistics for Retailers & Brands – Retail Research
The digital conversation typically starts and ends with Millennials and Gen X. In fact, if you ask the (probably youngish) man on the street, the prediction would likely be that complex online shopping journeys and a responsive web presence is probably generated with these seemingly more tech-savvy generations in mind. But as the world continues to plug in, the rest of society is adapting and research is consistently telling us to rethink our opinions on the baby boomer generations when it comes to tech…
The first of a three-part series, Conversity has created a paper exploring the dual challenge of addressing the decline in productivity and consumer spending alongside the leading role that intelligent guided selling and technology has to play in the future of retail.
This blog focuses on ‘The Consumer Spending Gap’, aiming to paint a picture of today’s retail world in terms of how consumers approach it, and how their behaviour has evolved in recent years.
Trend #four of our collaborative Conversity and Sarah Cameron retail and telco whitepaper looks at the rise of the 5-star differentiator and exceptional personalisation. We covet brands and businesses getting it right, and highlight where your time and effort should be focused if you’re going to stay ahead of the competition in 2018. If you haven’t read it, you should. And fast.
The Big Easy – The psychology of shopping & why ease is the new competitive advantage The future of retail, telco and brands 2018
In the 3rd trend from our whitepaper, ‘Retail & Telco – the Big Five’, we talk the power of ease. And, it’s probably one of our favourites from the five trends we identified with the retail consultant, Sarah Cameron. Why? Because now, it’s neither price nor product that will get you ahead, it’s how simple you can make your service for customers to use.