In this edition of Retail Sound Bites, Kantar Retail’s Bryan Gildenberg explores the concepts of Addressable Marketing And REsponsive Design – and how they translate from the digital world to help retailers improve their assortments and stores.
In this installment of Retail Sound Bites, Kantar Retail’s Chief Knowledge Officer Bryan Gildenberg discusses some of the strategies behind Kantar Retail’s new publication, The REconfigure REtail Mandate: REengage Shoppers.
In this episode, hosts J. Walker Smith and Andrew Curry discuss the trend of consumers investing more of their lives in things done at a human scale, and what this means for technology and brands.
In this episode, hosts J. Walker Smith and Andrew Curry discuss Charles Mann’s new book, The Wizard and the Prophet, and how it frames the driving dynamic of capacity.
In this episode, hosts Andrew Curry and J. Walker Smith hear from three experts about what luxury means today and the opportunities for brands to leverage premium elements to their advantage.
In this episode, hosts Andrew Curry and J. Walker Smith dig into the challenge of growth for companies today. Rapid change is transforming what it takes to grow, in particular, the five principles of Kantar Consulting’s approach called W.H.O.L.E. demand.
In this episode, hosts Andrew and Walker preview the year ahead, digging into a forthcoming thought-piece from Kantar and discussing books that have influenced the thinking of strategic thinkers in the business.
Growth is the focus of this episode. Growth is the biggest challenge in the future of consumption. Hosts Andrew Curry and Walker Smith discuss how companies can rise to this challenge.
In this installment of Retail Sound Bites, Kantar Retail’s Chief Knowledge Officer Bryan Gildenberg previews the content available in Kantar Retail’s 2015 Breakthrough Insights, and explores that content through Kantar Retail’s REconfigure REtail framework.
This episode digs into the BrandZ U.S. report on top brands that has just been released. Dmitri Seredenko of Kantar Vermeer reviews key findings and discusses what they reveal about brand equity and growth.
This episode looks at the three ways in which brands can deliver the benefit of improved social experiences and relationships for consumers – social currency, social matching and social context.
This episode digs into the digital disruption that has transformed music from a product into a service, and what that shows brands in other categories about how to win in a future driven by digital.