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26 Jun 2014

L2 - Interview with Diane Kegley of RichRelevance

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At L2’s Omnichannel Breakfast, RichRelevance CMO Diane Kegley spoke about a class of informed super-shoppers, who use mobile and online product research to compliment their in-store and e-commerce experience. RichRelevance creates customized omnichannel experiences for more than 175 global brands. Read more

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04 Apr 2014

My Customer - Journey mapping essential to omnichannel success, say retailers

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Retailers know the importance of delivering an omnichannel experience to their customers, but the processes for doing so are rich and varied from business to business. At the recent Internet Retailing Expo in Birmingham, the topic of how to tackle omnichannel customer experience was central to most seminar discussions. Read more

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21 Jan 2014

Turning Big Data into Smart Data: My Predictions for 2014 in Retail

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The Big Data revolution at Google, Facebook, Amazon and Apple has transformed the consumer journey across channels, and even helped turn a presidential election. This transition simultaneously poses tremendous challenge and opportunity to retailers. In our session “How Relevance Can Get Your Brand Elected” at last week’s NRF Big Show, Rayid Ghani (Obama for America’s... View Article

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20 Dec 2013

Houston Business Journal - More shoppers cutting back this holiday season

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Nearly four in ten Americans plan to spend less this holiday season than last, a report by Florida-based Bankrate.com (NYSE: RATE) released Monday shows. Only 14 percent of Americans plan to spend more than in 2012, while 47 percent will spend the same as last year, according to Princeton Survey Research Associates International, which conducted a national... View Article

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