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How Independent Retailers Are Becoming More Like Startups

  Today, most new technology companies achieve success by following a flexible, scalable Lean Startup model. They don’t invest too heavily in technology or staff until they have evidence that they’re gaining traction, and they go to market with a “minimum viable product” before adding on the bells and whistles that their customers are asking […]
February 8, 2019 36 Reads share

How AI Is Intruding Into the Commerce World

Shopping has clearly outgrown its traditional definition, morphing into a sophisticated customer journey. Modern consumers expect retail to offer them more than just the act of a purchase. In pursuit of exquisite experiences, AI-enabled products and services are fitting in extremely well.  New Retail, introduced by Alibaba founder Jack Ma, is gaining momentum as an […]
December 11, 2018 142 Reads share

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Is The Road To Consumerism A Route To Hell?

Today, consumerism is rife. The more affluent countries partake in the retail experience almost daily. But is the rate of consumerism a route to hell? Is the ‘want mentality’ ruining us as a society? This post takes a look at the power of consumption in contemporary society.
March 21, 2013 329 Reads share