A clever idea for retailers from @NARSTI
OK, granted this is a big data, broadstroke Fitbit idea, but could this bring a new dimension to consumer retail habits?
Clever little idea – in the world of the internet of things – bringing the world of Facebook ‘likes’ into the real world.
(A post from 2012) I was undertaking a store check, snooping around the Co-op, and see that Amazon has an in-store collection point about to become operational.
Sickly? Need Soup? Heinz will deliver a … … personalised tin
Like this Facebook app.
The full #typed note is here …
A report from NetElixir.
Best Buy rolling out in-store mobile couponing
Best Buy, the US retailer, is rolling out an in-store mobile couponing via startup Shopkick
Convenience, Japanese style
The Toni & Guy salon in Harajuku Japan take convenience to a new level.
Clever for a premium brand.
Round Table – Consumer attitudes to price led promotions during a downturn
Rod Geoghegan was invited by the ISP to attend a round table to discuss consumer attitudes to price led promotions during a downturn.
Buy one, get one free is part of our shopping culture – ASA bargains with government to keep promotions ‘free’
Well done Baroness Peta Buscombe, the ASA’s chief executive, for securing a pledge from the Government that ‘bogofs’ and other ‘free’ promotions will not fall foul of new consumer protection rules expected to be approved by Parliament next week.