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PODCAST 90: Craig Patterson

PODCAST 90: Craig Patterson

Craig Patterson is the Editor-in-Chief of the leading Canadian retail industry news magazine, Retail Insider. He joins the show to discuss how retail has changed in the last few years, why online shopping still has value in a post-covid world, and his take on the future of retail. 

PODCAST 89: Marshall Kay

PODCAST 89: Marshall Kay

Marshall Kay is the founder of RFID Sherpas and a retail entrepreneurial consultant. In this episode, we dive into the technology of RFID technology, and how it can help retail brands in their stores. RFID creates smart lables that will help stores collect...

PODCAST 88: Ron Thurston

PODCAST 88: Ron Thurston

Ron Thurston is the host of the Retail in America Podcast. He spent many years working on the front lines of retail, and then he wrote his book, Retail Pride, to celebrate his career journey. On his book tour, he also meets front line retail workers around...

PODCAST 87: April Sabral

PODCAST 87: April Sabral

April Sabral is the founder and CEO of retailu, an online, on-demand leadership development platform for retail professionals. She is also the author of The Positive Effect, where she details her journey working in retail. In the episode today, we talk about...

PODCAST 85: Mina Fader

PODCAST 85: Mina Fader

Mina Fader is the Managing Director of Wharton’s Baker Retailing Center at the University of Pennsylvania. In this episode, Mina discusses the present and future state of retail. She breaks down the fate of the brick and mortar space in the digital,...

PODCAST 85: Hitha Herzog

PODCAST 85: Hitha Herzog

 Hitha is the Chief Research Officer at H Squared Research LLC, a consumer spending columnist at US News and World Report, and the author of the book “Black Market Billions: How Organized Retail Crimes Fund Terrorists.” She is a self-proclaimed futurist...

PODCAST 84: Katherine Cullen

PODCAST 84: Katherine Cullen

What is the NRF (National Retail Federation) and what do they do? Today’s guest, Katherine Cullen, is the senior director of industry and consumer insights for the National Retail Federation’s research team. That means that she leads NRF’s research on...

PODCAST 83: Doron Friedman

PODCAST 83: Doron Friedman

Over recent years, there have been many changes in what people expect from retailers. People want to shop locally, but they also want the convenience afforded to them by big retailers. SpotOn helps smaller retailers achieve that. Today, you’ll hear from...

PODCAST 82: Pervez Pir

PODCAST 82: Pervez Pir

Has the definition or expectation of convenience changed over time? The people who might best know the answer to this are people in the convenience store business – people like today’s guest. Pervez Pir is the President of Retail at Loop Neighborhood...

PODCAST 81: Tommy Yionoulis

PODCAST 81: Tommy Yionoulis

When you’re a business operator, how can you make sure you’re on track, gather the information you need, and keep up with what your team needs and what they’re doing? The answer is good operations management. And that’s what today’s guest’s business does –...

PODCAST 80: Dan Goldman

PODCAST 80: Dan Goldman

Retail has undergone a lot of changes over the past few years. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Dan Goldman, strategic consumer and retail industry executive who explains what’s changed for the retail industry during the pandemic, the importance of...

PODCAST 79: Lance Graulich

PODCAST 79: Lance Graulich

You can’t think about brick-and-mortar retail without considering franchises. Is a franchise right for you? Will a specific franchise work in your region of the US? How much work does it take to maintain a franchise? These are some of the important questions...

PODCAST 78: Jamie Richardson

PODCAST 78: Jamie Richardson

White Castle isn’t as big as some other hamburger chains, but it is the oldest chain in the United States, and it remains family-owned even after 100 years, which is a big feat. In today’s episode, you’ll learn more about White Castle and why it remains a...

PODCAST 77: Matt Alexander

PODCAST 77: Matt Alexander

What is different about selling your brand in a multi-brand, brick and mortar store? Is this a good idea for a direct-to-consumer brand that wants to add a brick and mortar option for customers? How does it work? Today’s guest is Matt Alexander, the...

PODCAST 76: Josh Baylin

PODCAST 76: Josh Baylin

How do robotics function in the retail world now, and how will they play into retail settings in the future? Today’s guest is working in the cutting edge of autonomous robotics and will explain a lot of the thinking around robotics in the retail space. Josh...

PODCAST 75: Tracey Bissett

PODCAST 75: Tracey Bissett

Having a great idea for a business doesn’t necessarily mean you understand how to best manage your money, make a financial plan, or handle cash flow. So where does an entrepreneur turn when they need to learn how to manage the financial end of their business...

PODCAST 74: Devon Mychal & Vikas Bhambri

PODCAST 74: Devon Mychal & Vikas Bhambri

Is the Great Resignation just a buzzword, or is it real? Either way, employees are quitting their jobs and looking for new roles. And research shows that workers who are engaged in their work and workplace can actually be more likely to outperform...

PODCAST 73: Kelly Cook

PODCAST 73: Kelly Cook

No matter what’s going on in the world, people will still fall in love and want to get married. For that reason, businesses like David’s Bridal are always going to be important, in the midst of COVID or during any other time. In today’s episode, you’ll hear...

PODCAST 72: Pat Egan

PODCAST 72: Pat Egan

See’s Candies is a retailer that hardly needs an introduction, because it’s so widely known. And what could be better than working for a popular candy manufacturer and retailer? In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Pat Egan, the CEO of See’s Candies. Listen...

PODCAST 71: Samuel Mueller

PODCAST 71: Samuel Mueller

What is driving the demand for self-service technologies inside store locations? That’s one of the things that you’ll hear about in today’s episode. Joining the podcast today is Samuel Mueller of Scandit, a company that provides technology that facilitates...

PODCAST 70: Michael Mohammed

PODCAST 70: Michael Mohammed

What do you need to think about when establishing a franchise business model? What’s attractive about fast-casual restaurants? These are some of the questions that Michael Mohammed will address in today’s show. Michael is the CEO of Chronic Tacos, a...

PODCAST 69: Mariam Reza

PODCAST 69: Mariam Reza

How can brands continue having a conversation with their consumers through multiple channels? Today’s guest is Mariam Reza, and she explains the value and details of conversational AI. Listen to her interview to hear what Mariam has to say about the company...

PODCAST 68: Hemant Chavan

PODCAST 68: Hemant Chavan

How can you build an online shopping type of experience in a brick and mortar retail space? That’s one of the things that today’s guest will be talking about. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Hemant Chavan of Brik and Clik, an idea that’s meant to unite...

PODCAST 67: Neha Singh

PODCAST 67: Neha Singh

Things are possible in a virtual experience that may not be possible in a physical store. To talk more about what’s happening virtually and what’s possible, Neha Singh of Obsess joins the podcast to talk about the technology her company offers and how the...

PODCAST 66: Nick Delyani

PODCAST 66: Nick Delyani

Retailers know that things can change fast, so getting real-time data can make a big difference in allowing them to make the decisions they need to make to provide customers with a great experience. That’s what Nick Delyani’s business, Xovis, provides to...

PODCAST 65: Matt Matros

PODCAST 65: Matt Matros

Why do you have to either go big or go small when launching a food product? What’s the most important thing you can do when you’re looking for a new retail location to expand to? Today’s guest will explain his thoughts on these topics and more. Listen to...

PODCAST 64: Allison Auclair

PODCAST 64: Allison Auclair

Running an omnichannel business involves a lot of different moving parts for your online and offline locations, but how do you connect all those moving parts to provide your customers with the most seamless experience? Today’s guest says that’s one of the...

PODCAST 63: Pamela Erlichman

PODCAST 63: Pamela Erlichman

Online experiences became more important for brands during the pandemic, which has led to a lot of creativity when it comes to services like Jebbit. But how does that translate to in-store shopping? In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Pamela Erlichman,...

PODCAST 62: Andre Hordagoda

PODCAST 62: Andre Hordagoda

The demand for digital, remote shopping services has only grown since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. The company co-founded by today’s guest has been around for years, but you can understand how they would have picked up in usage since early last...

PODCAST 61: Peter Tonstad

PODCAST 61: Peter Tonstad

It’s not always obvious how a shopping center or mall can engage consumers and pull in foot traffic, but today’s client has ideas. Peter Tonstad is the CEO of Placewise, a company that works with malls and other types of shopping centers to attract...

PODCAST 60: Oscar Sachs

PODCAST 60: Oscar Sachs

What does online shopping really have to do with driving customers into the store? What if you learned that in-store experiences often start outside the store and that some of the best in-store experiences start online? That’s what today’s guest will be...

PODCAST 59: Chris Kaighn

PODCAST 59: Chris Kaighn

Fashion retailers have been through a difficult period, but at this point, their customers miss them as much as they miss their customers. Chris Kaighn is the Senior Vice President - Boutiques, Real Estate, and Strategic Partnerships at Francesca’s. Listen...

PODCAST 58: Jim Donnelly

PODCAST 58: Jim Donnelly

What is hyper-wellness? How do you blend medical services with non-medical services, while meeting all of the regulations and requirements involved? In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Jim Donnelly of Restore Hyper Wellness and Cryotherapy. Listen in to...

PODCAST 57: Brian Malkerson

PODCAST 57: Brian Malkerson

You’re already familiar with SMS messages, but you may not be familiar with their power as a marketing channel. Today’s guest works for a company that harnesses that power and uses it to drive consumers into their customers’ retail location. Listen in to...

PODCAST 56: John Orr

PODCAST 56: John Orr

How important is workforce management and what tools do employers use to do it? Listen in to today’s interview with John Orr, the SVP Retail at Ceridian. In today’s episode, he talks about the customer use cases for Ceridian’s services, the challenges that...

PODCAST 55: Alper Aydemir

PODCAST 55: Alper Aydemir

Footwear can fit better and feel better, and Volumental is proving it. Today’s episode features Alper Aydemir, the CEO and co-founder of Volumental. Listen in to hear more about what Volumental does and what the role of Volumental and similar technology is...

PODCAST 54: Tony Drockton

PODCAST 54: Tony Drockton

What differentiates a luxury brand from other types of brands, and what do luxury brands need to do in order to drive value and keep on thriving, even during an event like a pandemic? That’s what you’ll hear about today from Tony Drockton, Founder and Chief...

PODCAST 53: Kate Paynter

PODCAST 53: Kate Paynter

Resale has many differences from other types of retail. What gets the retail customer in the store? What keeps them coming back? And with their business model, how seriously may they be affected by an event like a pandemic? That’s what you’ll hear today from...

PODCAST 52: Jared Margolis

PODCAST 52: Jared Margolis

Buying shoes can be a treat if you have the right shoe-buying experience. Today’s guest, Jared Margolis of Payless, wants to bring a clean, attractive, omnichannel experience to the shoppers that come to Payless, both in the US and internationally. Listen in...

PODCAST 51: Jeremy Goldman

PODCAST 51: Jeremy Goldman

Even if a value-driver seems obvious, businesses might still miss it. Today’s guest mentions a few seemingly obvious things, like providing basic needs and understanding the consumer, that some brands still struggle to get right. Jeremy Goldman is a...

PODCAST 50: Dustin Jones

PODCAST 50: Dustin Jones

What is digitization and why is it so important right now? That’s one of the subjects that today’s guest talks about. Dustin Jones is the founder and CEO of the Unified Commerce Group, and he joins the podcast today to give his perspective on...

PODCAST 49: Bart Waldeck

PODCAST 49: Bart Waldeck

Post-pandemic, is a location still as important as it used to be in retail real estate? And how can a retailer get the location that they need in order to make their venture a success? Today’s episode features an interview with Bart Waldeck of Tango...

PODCAST 48: Paul Hedrick

PODCAST 48: Paul Hedrick

Western is an interesting niche for a brand. It is a niche, but it is also a niche that a large part of the population participates in, so there’s a lot of opportunities there. Today’s guest is Paul Hedrick, founder of Tecovas, a Western brand. Listen in to...

PODCAST 47: John Federman

PODCAST 47: John Federman

If you aren’t too familiar with it, you might think that appointment-based shopping only recently blossomed because of the pandemic, but today’s guest says that appointment-based shopping had proved itself long before the emergence of COVID-19. Listen in to...

PODCAST 46: Gabriella Santaniello

PODCAST 46: Gabriella Santaniello

How has the pandemic affected the investors that retail stores need? Today’s guest works with retail investors and has insight into the issue. Gabriella Santaniello is the Founder and CEO of A Line Partners, a retail research firm. Gabriella is a retail...

PODCAST 45: Marina Satoafaiga

PODCAST 45: Marina Satoafaiga

What’s it like to try to run a mall during the height of the COVID pandemic and lockdowns? Today’s guest knows. Marina Satoafaiga is the Marketing and Business Development Manager at The Shops at Montebello and she has a lot to say about how the community...

PODCAST 44: Angela Gearhart

PODCAST 44: Angela Gearhart

A bed is a really personal purchase. It’s something that you touch and feel every day. So how do bed sales work when people don’t want to go to the store? Today’s guest is Angela Gearhart, the Vice President of brand experience at Sleep Number. Listen to...

PODCAST 43: Eric Kuhn

PODCAST 43: Eric Kuhn

How has the pandemic affected design problems for brands? Today’s guest, associate design practice, and retail market leader at Bergmeyer, Eric Kuhn, can explain. Listen to today’s episode to hear Eric talk about his role at Bergmeyer, how the design process...

PODCAST 42: Grace Gan

PODCAST 42: Grace Gan

How are e-commerce and in-store experience complementary, and how has the pandemic affected that, both for brick and mortar-heavy brands and e-commerce-heavy brands? Today’s guest, Senior Director of Consulting and Retail Expert for The Sound, Grace Gan, has...

PODCAST 41: Mike Provance

PODCAST 41: Mike Provance

Liquor stores aren’t one of the things that most people think of when they think of shopping online – including liquor store retailers themselves! At least, that was true until the pandemic. With recent events in mind, liquor stores, like everything else,...

PODCAST 40: Chuck Steelman

PODCAST 40: Chuck Steelman

If you’re wondering how to combine your online and brick-and-mortar store experiences, are you asking the right questions? Or should you be thinking about how to ensure that your brick-and-mortar locations have something to offer that just can’t be had...

PODCAST 39: Bilal Soylu

PODCAST 39: Bilal Soylu

What rules have changed since the start of the pandemic, and how are retailers addressing the current situation while also keeping their eyes on future goals? Today’s guest is Bilal Soylu, the founder of the company XcooBee. Listen in to hear Bilal explain...

PODCAST 38: Keith Fix

PODCAST 38: Keith Fix

Data about what’s happening with a brand or in a retail store is always useful. And if retailers didn’t understand how important real time information was before the pandemic, they certainly do now. Today’s guest founded a business meant to help retailers...

PODCAST 37: Dusty Batsell

PODCAST 37: Dusty Batsell

Real estate is an important factor for brick and mortar retail businesses – they can’t do their work without it. Today’s guest is the EVP of real estate at Baceline investments in Colorado. Listen in to hear Dusty talk about the local industry and how it’s...

PODCAST 36: Magdy Kotb

PODCAST 36: Magdy Kotb

What do your clothes say to the world, and why is important to know that? Today’s guest has answers. In today’s episode, you’ll hear from Magdy Kotb of The Clothing Coach in San Francisco. Magdy grew up in the suit business and takes the role of a clothier...

PODCAST 35: Amish Tolia

PODCAST 35: Amish Tolia

Today’s guest has a lot to say about how brands can accelerate and grow, even during a pandemic. Amish Tolia is the Founder and co-CEO of Leap, a company that works with a variety of different brands. This gives Amish a ringside seat to how brands and...

PODCAST 34: Tim Kane

PODCAST 34: Tim Kane

What do retailers need to do to successfully blend their online and offline experiences? How will mobile solutions factor into the retail stores of the future? Today's guest is Tim Kane, retail solutions consultant at Zebra Technologies, and he joins the...

PODCAST 33: Hugh Holman

PODCAST 33: Hugh Holman

Grocery shopping is vital to consumers even when other types of retail aren't as vital, such as during a pandemic. Today's guest works with a number of retail brands that are found in grocery stores. Hugh Holman is the CEO of Observa, a company that delivers...

PODCAST 32: MJ Munsell

PODCAST 32: MJ Munsell

Designing a brand is difficult enough, and in today's environment, many retailers are trying to find ways to combine their offline and online brands to create one seamless experience. Today's guest is hear to talk about that. M.J. Munsell is the Chief...

PODCAST 31: Ethan Chernofsky

PODCAST 31: Ethan Chernofsky

If you're in retail, you know how important it is to have the right data. Today's guest is in the business of collecting and finding use cases for data. Ethan Chernofsky is the VP of Marketing for Placer.ai, a location analytics company. In today's episode,...

PODCAST 30: Scott Williams

PODCAST 30: Scott Williams

During a pandemic, you find out what businesses are truly essential. It's perhaps not surprising that the businesses that power everything from medical devices to cars to household electronics are very much essential during such a complicated time. Today's...

PODCAST 29: Sandra Duff

PODCAST 29: Sandra Duff

If you're looking for a way to present your brand to the world in a new and different way, today's guest may be able to help. Sandra Duff is the Senior Vice President of Strategy Activation & Operations at Jackman Reinvents, and she joins the podcast...

PODCAST 28: Stephan Schambach

PODCAST 28: Stephan Schambach

How can retailers make shopping more convenient than ever before for their customers? Stephan Schambach, founder and CEO of NewStore, has some ideas. Listen to today's episode to hear Stephan talk about the kinds of problems NewStore solves for retailers,...

PODCAST 27: Jon Cheney

PODCAST 27: Jon Cheney

How can retailers help their customers answer questions about their products when customers can't touch or pick up the product in person? Today's guest has answers. Jon Cheney is the CEO and founder of Seek, a company that helps retailers provide customers...

PODCAST 26: Joe Guith

PODCAST 26: Joe Guith

How are customer behaviors changing during the COVID-19 pandemic? Can brands see a change in the types of products customers want in the current environment? That’s one of the topics that Joe Guith tackles in today’s podcast. Joe is the president of...

PODCAST 25: Amaya Smith

PODCAST 25: Amaya Smith

Women of color know that it can be difficult to find the products that they want and need for their hair, and today’s guest, Amaya Smith, saw that need and responded by creating her brick and mortar business, Product Junkie. Amaya envisioned a brick and...

PODCAST 24: Kraig Torres

PODCAST 24: Kraig Torres

Many small restauranteurs are struggling in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but today’s guest shows that it is possible to survive even in a challenging environment. Kraig Torres is the founder and CEO of HopCity Craft Beer and Wine, and he joins the...

PODCAST 23: Seth Gordon

PODCAST 23: Seth Gordon

In some cases, business owners have not only changed the way that they do business because of the pandemic, they’ve also had to change what kinds of customers they serve. That’s what today’s guest discovered as his business, which had been primarily in the B...

PODCAST 22: David Wiseman

PODCAST 22: David Wiseman

What are your company’s core competencies, and how can you use them to get through the pandemic and thrive in the future? That’s what today’s guest joins the podcast to talk about David Wiseman is the co-founder of Little Sesame, a D.C. restaurant...

PODCAST 21: Jill Renslow

PODCAST 21: Jill Renslow

COVID-19 has impacted different types of brick and mortar consumer spaces in different ways, but malls, which contain retail spaces, restaurant spaces, and entertainment spaces all in one spot have been affected in multiple different ways at once. How does a...

PODCAST 20: Ann Cantrell

PODCAST 20: Ann Cantrell

General stores are important to their communities for a lot of reasons, but many have had to adjust quickly in order to stay in business through the COVID-19 pandemic. Today's guest is Ann Cantrell, the owner of Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store. In today's...

PODCAST 19: Jake Rouse

PODCAST 19: Jake Rouse

Is the continuing pandemic holding brands back or helping to push them into the future? Today’s guest is Jake Rouse, co-founder and CEO of the Braxton Brewing Company, a Cincinnati brewing company that bills itself as the Taproom of the Future. In today’s...

PODCAST 18: Stephanie Tieman

PODCAST 18: Stephanie Tieman

Just like many industries, the fitness industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and people working in the fitness industry have had to get creative in order to stay in business and meet the needs of their customer base. In today’s episode, you’ll...

PODCAST 17: Luisa Woods

PODCAST 17: Luisa Woods

Entertainment experiences that require going out into public spaces have definitely been hit hard by the pandemic. How have they been adjusting, and how have their customers’ behaviors changed in recent weeks and months? Today’s guest is Luisa Woods, the VP...

PODCAST 16: Paul Chapuis

PODCAST 16: Paul Chapuis

Paul Chapuis is the founder and CEO of OnQ Technology. OnQ is a Bay Area retail display company. The company’s location and function put OnQ into the position of needing to continually come up with new, innovative ideas for their clients, which gives Paul a...

PODCAST 15: Alex Kinnier

PODCAST 15: Alex Kinnier

Today’s guest is helping brick and mortar retailers transform themselves digitally in order to keep up and thrive in an increasingly online world. Alex Kinnier is the co-founder and CEO of GetUpside, a company that was specifically founded in order to...

PODCAST 14: Sherif Mityas

PODCAST 14: Sherif Mityas

It’s not only retail spaces that are undergoing changes at the moment, but also restaurant spaces. Joining the podcast today to talk about both the retail and restaurant space is Sherif Mityas. Sherif is a strategist in the retail and consumer spaces as well...

PODCAST 13: Sucharita Kodali

PODCAST 13: Sucharita Kodali

As retail evolves and changes in general and in response to the current moment, it’s important for companies and brands to understand how best to connect with and educate their customers about what they can offer. To talk about the changing approaches in...

PODCAST 12: Carol Spieckerman

PODCAST 12: Carol Spieckerman

Are retailers in danger of losing their point of view? Are changes that retailers have made because of the coronavirus crisis going to be permanently adopted, or just temporary? These are some of the topics that today’s guest, internationally recognized...

PODCAST 11: Rob Fishman

PODCAST 11: Rob Fishman

Rob Fishman is an entrepreneur who has been in a number of different business and management fields over the years. He’s also the author of a book about retail success in an online world. Listen to today’s episode to hear what this very special guest has to...

PODCAST 10: Paul Conder

PODCAST 10: Paul Conder

Today’s guest is Paul Conder. Paul is the VP of Customer Experience at CallisonRTKL, the number one retail architecture and design firm in the world. In today’s episode, Paul discusses changes in the in-store environment, customer segmentation, and the...

PODCAST 9: Suuchi Ramesh

PODCAST 9: Suuchi Ramesh

Today’s guest is Suuchi Ramesh. Suuchi is the founder and CEO of Suuchi Inc, a platform for fashion brands and retailers. Succhi joins the podcast to share her insight into the changes in the retail space in the current era. Listen in to hear what she has to...

PODCAST 8: Jason Goldberg

PODCAST 8: Jason Goldberg

What is a “retail geek”, and what can they tell you about today’s retail market? You’ll find out when you listen to today’s interview with Jason Goldberg, the Chief Commerce Strategy Officer at Publicis. Listen in to hear what Jason has to say about the...

PODCAST 7: Chris Walton

PODCAST 7: Chris Walton

Today’s guest, Chris Walton, has a long history in retail. He started out at The Gap, and is the former Vice President of Target’s Store of the Future project. He’s now the founder and CEO of Omni Talk, a keynote speaker, and a senior contributor to Forbes,...

PODCAST 6: Richard Kestenbaum

PODCAST 6: Richard Kestenbaum

Today’s consumers have a variety of different ways to shop and buy, so it’s important for retailers not just to have a great product, but also to communicate their message and values clearly to the consumer. That’s part of what today’s guest is here to talk...

PODCAST 5: Carlos Castelan

PODCAST 5: Carlos Castelan

Today’s guest is Carlos Castelan, Founder and Managing Director of the Navio Group. In today’s interview, he shares his thoughts about the future of the retail experience, how it’s been affected by the pandemic, and where retail is headed in the future....

PODCAST 4: Tony Donofrio

PODCAST 4: Tony Donofrio

How is COVID-19 going to change retail? What trends that were already in place are beginning to accelerate because of the changes necessitated by the pandemic? How can essential retailers leverage the business they’re getting right now, and how can...

PODCAST 3: Ian McGarrigle

PODCAST 3: Ian McGarrigle

Ian McGarrigle has worked in business to business journalism, publishing, and retail industry event organizing, and he’s the chairman of the World Retail Congress. What’s the World Retail Congress? You’ll find out more about it in today’s interview. Listen...

PODCAST 2: Shep Hyken

PODCAST 2: Shep Hyken

Today’s guest, Shep Hyken, has an unusual title – he’s the CAO (Chief Amazement Officer) of Shepard Presentations. He’s also a speaker and a bestselling author, and he joins the podcast today to share some of his thoughts about how retailers are changing and...

PODCAST 1: Melissa Gonzalez

PODCAST 1: Melissa Gonzalez

This is an interesting time for brick and mortar retailers as they face the unique challenges that come along with the COVID-19 pandemic while also trying to adapt to technological and consumer changes in the retail space. Joining the podcast today to talk...

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