It may be popular in other countries, but American consumers are still shy about clicking "buy" on social media.
As the retail landscape continues to shift, Mall Of America [MOA] shifts with it. Consumers today are looking for an elevated shopping experience, made convenient. Dive deep with MOA's v.p. of
marketing, Grant Buntje, and integrated marketing manager, Sara Johnson, as they share their journey of supporting physical stores through a universal cart technology, how a Reddit thread brought it
to new heights and where they're taking it next.
If you are going to sell T-Shirts at $60 price points you better flip the script on how people think about casual apparel and even retail experiences. Goodlife's Jesse Miller shares lessons learned
from prioritizing physical retail as long-term customer acquisition tools over short-term profit centers. And by putting LTV as a core metric, the marketing approach is taking pages from some unlikely
product categories like CPGs. Yes, CPG.
Through surveys and data, Joybird found their customers wanted more inspiration and engagement when shopping to style their rooms. In response, Eric Tsai, the furniture retailer's vp of marketing &
business development, shows us how they turned to a 3D planner tool on Pinterest. It enabled shoppers to click on a photo, drag it into a scene and create a customizable 3D design space; resulting in
greater engagement, a 50%+ lift in AOV and an enhanced shopping experience for their customers.
Seeing the plastic pollution crisis as an opportunity to solve a global environmental problem through contemporary and creative product development, GOT BAG created the world's first backpack made of
100% recycled ocean plastic. A story that can be told easily online, but a difficult challenge in the retail environment. GOT BAG head of NA, Matthias Paisdzior, shares how the brand creatively
leveraged POP materials to successfully inform and engage consumers in-store.
What does "personalization at scale" really mean - not just for customer interactions but for data and media strategy and even company culture? Walgreens Jennie Peelle, shares the lessons learned as
the brand moves towards personalized interactions at every touchpoint. It means changing the way you gather and use data and lean into advanced predictive modeling. It changes how you target and plan
paid media for customer acquisition vs. retention. It reworks KPIs towards customer-level measurement and away from mere sales goals. It takes more than mere shifts in tech and technique. It's a