You've tried curbside and app ordering with little success, and want to learn how to truly meet consumers where they are.
Today’s consumers expect to purchase and receive products in a variety of ways making in store, curb-side, app availability, and delivery options a must. At the same time, more and more brands are evolving their consumer ecosystem with sophisticated direct-to-consumer (D2C) strategies that are disrupting traditional retail channels. How can convenience retailers play a part in, and profit from this? Attend this discussion to hear how single store retailers, up through the largest chains have been able to take advantage of new technologies to meet consumers where they are, and truly allow them to shop anywhere, and anyway.
I have been working as an I&T Product Manager for the Wills Group since March 2021. My experience in the IT industry spans over eight years, and for the past four years, I have been working...