Using technology that didn’t exist a year or two ago, enterprises large and small are disrupting the way we buy, sell and market consumer goods.
A clear, focused, and meaningful story engages consumers far more effectively, and efficiently, than another jingle, clever tagline, or traditional ad.
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Dr. James Canton, CEO and Chairman of the Institute for Global Futures, shares what you can do to make your company “future-ready.”
Restaurants are not in a food business – they are in the hospitality business. And unengaged employees do not seem to be very gracious hosts.
Dr. James Canton, CEO and Chairman of the Institute for Global Futures, gives his take on the future of B2B e-commerce.
Driving is a fairly unproductive activity. Retailers that can leverage this fact to make consumers' lives more efficient and convenient stand to win.
Retailers can see and save everything shoppers do online. The challenge is to quickly turn this data into useful and actionable information.
E-commerce and m-commerce are old news, but what about social commerce? Social sites are redefining convenience and could shake up the way we shop.
Businesses must secure the best on-shelf availability and ensure products are priced, packaged, and merchandised to maximize the shopping experience.