Siri, what impact are you going to have on retail?

The launch this week of the Siri-enabled HomePod by Apple marks a late-out-the-gate move by the tech giant, now playing catch up behind both Google and Amazon. But with these three voice-controlled device now out there – and some 25% of people already owning one before Apple leapt into the (more…)

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June 7th, 2017|

A virtual reality kick in the trousers

Things in retailing are getting a much needed virtual reality-shaped size nine to the back of the trousers thanks to pioneering work from, among others, Barclaycard and Worldpay. Like most people, I have never particularly admired banks and bankers, but if Barclaycard’s Grab+Go ‘pocket checkout’ lives up to its promise (more…)

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May 31st, 2017|

Grocery get fresh: Tesco teams with Google as retail rapidly finds its voice

The grocery business is the latest retail sector to fall under the spell of customer-driven technological revolution. With 40% of its sales now coming through mobile devices, it can hardly be a surprise. But could it be the sector that finally drives all retailers to embrace new technology and new (more…)

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May 10th, 2017|

Shop flaws: why the high street needs to rethink its hours

I’ve said it before and I will say it again: the saviour of the high street is technology – but time is running out. Consumers demand it, the retailers really need it. According to research by Fujitsu, 61% of shoppers would choose one retailer over another based on the quality of (more…)

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May 3rd, 2017|

Body Shop, Debenhams turn to mobile; the driver of online sales growth

This week Debenhams and the Body Shop have both outlined mobile strategies designed to turn around their businesses. For the likes of online printing business SpreadShirt, mobile has become the key to its development. And who can blame them? Mobile is driving growth in retail and is, for many, the (more…)

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April 26th, 2017|

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