THE RETAIL TRANSFORMATION SHOWTHE RETAIL PODCAST TO MAKE YOUR TRANSFORMATION A SUCCESS
ABOUT THIS PODCAST
The podcast for giving you the insight, the ideas and the inspiration that will help you to effectively deliver changes and transformation to your retail operation and business
The Retail Transformation Show is a weekly podcast. Each week, in 30 minutes or less, you’ll hear a mix of solo-shows with myself, Oliver Banks, as well as interviews with other retail and change experts and specialists.
You’ll take away:
- Unique perspectives and greater awareness of what’s going on in the retail market
- Ways to build your “A team” to transform your retail business
- Fresh, new ideas and opportunities to grasp with both hands
- Actionable strategies and tactics to apply to your business and improve retail
- Motivation to help you drive your retail transformation to success
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Whenever we’re thinking about retail transformation, technology probably isn’t that far away. Technology has significantly changed our lives. Meanwhile, retail technology has the same effect on the world of shopping: both for consumers and businesses. In this episode, Oliver Banks explores key challenges and trends with Poppie Mickleburgh and Rebecca Morrison from the Retail Week team at Ascential.
The retail landscape is changing and your business must adapt and transform. However, recognising the need to transform is only the first step. Making it happen is much harder. In this podcast episode, Oliver Banks talks to the experienced retailer and former CEO and COO, Ian Shepherd, who guides us through some of the toughest elements of making a transformation happen.
The retail world is changing and evolving. My special guest, ex retail CEO, Ian Shepherd, calls this the “New Normal” and has created 6 new rules to help define how the world works now and, in particular, what you must to do win in our digitally enabled world. Discover his new book and the 6 rules that will set you up for success in our fast changing world.
We’re living in a changing world and retailers must change and transform. But change can be hard and there are many opportunities to fail. So, we collectively turn to digital transformation as the solution. However, in this episode of the Retail Transformation Show Oliver Banks explains why digital transformation could be guiding you through to failure.
Consumers are driving the retail market more than ever before. Much of this power is down to their ability to have a voice that is heard. Social media is the megaphone that amplifies that voice to be heard by global companies. Polly Barnfield OBE continues the conversation with Oliver Banks and explores how physical stores can use social media effectively. Show notes at www.obandco.uk/43.
The retail market is going through extraordinary change and transformation. The rise of social media is one of the drivers for this. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others have significantly changed the retail industry. Polly Barnfield OBE, the Founder and CEO of Maybe, joins Oliver Banks and explains how and why this is happening.
Amazon continue to drive transformation across the retail market. But what are some of their key strengths and weaknesses and what do these tell us about how they’ll evolve themselves. Oliver Banks explores 6 ways in which Amazon will transform themselves and what you can do about it.
We’re continually seeing tough news stories for retailers. However, sometimes the reasons are out of the retailer’s control. But, there are many big, hairy challenges which are directly in your circle of influence. In this episode, Oliver Banks uncovers 5 big challenges facing retailers right now – and how you can overcome them.
The retail market is moving at such a pace right now and there is always so much going on. The latest trends can happen quickly, can come from anywhere in the world and from a wide variety of sources. In this episode, Oliver Banks shares his most valuable resources to stay up to date with the latest in the retail industry.
The IGD have forecast that the grocery convenience market will continue to grow by 16.6% over 5 years. Independent supermarkets have a huge opportunity to grow and Nisa Retail are supporting them to do this. Nisa’s Steve Leach shares more about how the Nisa model works and how they have dealt with their own transformation.