Future Of Retail Report Presentation At PSFK SAN FRANCISCO 2013
Key shopper experience innovators from companies such as Foursquare, Google, Uber and Zappos to speak on November 21 at the Fort Mason Center.
On the morning of November 21, PSFK Labs will present key innovators who are exploring the key themes in PSFK’s 2014 Future of Retail report. Speakers, from companies that include Uber and Zappos, will share actionable insights that highlight the impact of the findings and suggest approaches to take advantage of them:
- Bradley Voytek of Uber – analyzing customer data to help pioneer a new level of bespoke service.
- Tim Voegele-Downing of Avery Dennison – developing a new retail operating system based on smart labels.
- Chris Bennett of Soldsie – offering instant purchase opportunities on diverse channels including Facebook.
- Laura Jones of Google Shopping – developing new multi-platform shopping experiences.
- Carrie Whitehead of Zappos Labs – experimenting with omni-retail.
- Brian Williamson of Foursquare – changing the way retail promotions are delivered with a mix of location and context.
- Katie Stratton of Google – demonstrating how Google Helpouts has partnered with Sephora to create engaging brand experiences.
- Michael Boeke of Braintree – redefining transaction dynamics across social and mobile.
- Tim Weingarten & Sara Brooks of The Hunt – engaging community to drive brand loyalty.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved in the creation of the retail experience online, on mobile and in-store: retailers, brands, their agencies, technology companies and service providers.
About PSFK’s Future Of Retail 2014 Report
In the fourth volume of the Future of Retail report, the PSFK Labs team will examine how real-time access to information and analytics is changing the face of modern retail for both shoppers and brands. Alongside data as the foundation for decision making and exchange in the multichannel marketplace, we will look at how digital technologies are impacting the purchase path and the new opportunities they create. With access to an entirely new set of tools for supporting both shoppers and staff, retailers and brands now have the ability to deliver more convenient and efficient transactions, leaving time to focus on providing meaningful value to their customers online, on mobile and in-store. For their participation, shoppers can expect a higher level of customer care and more personalized shopping experiences that build greater loyalty over time. The report will be available in early November. Previous publications are listed in the PSFK Reports section.
Tickets to our San Francisco event on November 21 are available on the PSFK Future of Retail event page and in the box below.