Ed Cotton: Retail Hacking

Ed Cotton: Retail Hacking
technology

A confluence of forces have given rise to the emergence of consumers who will devote hours to hacking the system to get deals.

Ed Cotton, BSSP
  • 2 december 2010

The latest Wired has a great piece by Matt Schwartz on what he terms “retail hacking”.

He describes a confluence of forces that have given rise to the emergence of consumers who will devote hours to hacking the system to get deals and how this world has been made accessible to masses of consumers through the efforts of new players like Groupon and Living Social.

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