Coresight Matrix is a new product series designed to help our subscribers better understand a number of segments and key players within the retail-technology industry. The first of the series focus on computer vision, which has seen rapid adoption in retail over the last few years.
Our Big Day, BestShare and FindRecruiter were selected winners by the three-judge panel because they clearly addressed problems faced by their respective sectors and confidently presented ideas with feasible business models that could attract investment.
On April 11, 2019, Walmart announced plans to acquire the assets and technology of Silicon Valley-based advertising-technology startup Polymorph Labs for an undisclosed amount.
The Greater Bay Area, or “China’s Silicon Valley”: What is It, How Will It Develop and How Can Businesses Benefit?
The Greater Bay Area could be China’s answer to Silicon Valley. On February 18, 2019, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council of the People’s Republic of China released a development plan for the Greater Bay Area.
Online to Offline Beauty: Brands That Are Winning by Understanding the Digital Consumer and Then Going Physical
Digitally native beauty brands are opening stores and differentiating through customer experiences. Opening a physical store increases online traffic by 45%, according to the ICSC.
On April 1, 2019, nonprofit organization Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey (Goodwill NYNJ) announced a partnership with technology startup Price Technologies (Price) to offer more opportunities for shoppers to buy secondhand items.
M&A activity has risen in the US retail sector over the past 10 years, in terms of deal value and number of deals, and the same trend applies within the mass-merchandiser sector.
The Coresight Research was in Las Vegas attending and participating in the Shoptalk 2019 conference, March 3-6.
This is the third report in a short series looking at artificial intelligence (AI) in retail. In this report, we explore what startups are doing with AI in the context of our proprietary CORE framework, which stands for Communication, Optimization of pricing, Rationalization of inventory and Experiential retail.
Blockchain technology has the potential to disrupt retail as it can decentralize processes through which retailers interact with partners, industry players and consumers, making operations more efficient and secure. We looked into the implications for this technology
Shoptalk 2019, Day 3 Innovator Insights: Last-Mile Delivery, Beyond Search and Discovery and Solving Online Returns
The Coresight Research is in Las Vegas this week, attending and participating in the Shoptalk 2019 conference, March 3-6.
Shoptalk Day 3 Coresight Research Insights: Hearing from Old Navy and HBC on Omnichannel; Tapestry and Lowe’s on Knowing Your Customer
Omnichannel execution is a process worth perfecting, but there’s still a lot of work to be done. The evolution of the physical store into an omnichannel strategy requires new KPIs and cultural change.
Shoptalk 2019: Innovator Insights from Day 2 — VR and AR Bring “Real World” Shopping to E-Commerce; Computer Vision Enables Product Discovery; Localization Supports Offline-Online Integration
The Coresight Research is in Las Vegas this week, attending and participating in the Shoptalk 2019 conference, March 3-6. These are just a few of the innovative technologies we saw at the show.
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