Jean-Baptiste Collet has joined aifora a year and a half ago, since than he has accompanied various retailers through the onboarding process and project execution. In an interview he told us a bit more about his role as CSM.
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Executives often believe that they have to choose between a “right” and a “wrong” compromise. But are these decisions really effective?
Algorithms determine the future: Why they work more objectively and are more scalable than humans, but will never entirely replace humans.
When it comes to climate change, one sector that has a particularly bad rep is the fashion industry. With resource-intensive production processes and extensive global supply chains, fashion retailers contribute significantly to CO2 emissions.
Total retail sales loss in Europe exceeds €3 billion due to closures of major sales channels. A chance to turn the corner: AI and advanced technologies. Check out these 5 retail technologies that will help you fight back.
Retail is in a new state of disruption. The culprit: COVID-19. As “non-essential” retailers across Europe and North America have been ordered to close their doors to the public, many fear for their existence. Here are some examples of retailers who have temporarily pivoted their business to help combat the crisis.
In today’s fast-paced dynamic market, innovations abound. AI in retail is here and now and is expected to reach a global market size of $426.3 million by 2026. So, what does the future of retail hold?
Pricing has always been and continues to be a core capability for retailers. Get pricing right and retail companies gain a competitive advantage. Get pricing wrong and retailers lose opportunities to take their company to the next level of growth and profitability.
Digitalization in Traditional Retail: 4 Brick-and-Mortar Retailers who are fighting the Retail Apocalypse
The retail apocalypse has seemingly no end in sight. The era that has brought down dozens of brick and mortar retailers across the globe is building a metaphorical graveyard.
Christmas: no other holiday puts people into such a panic every year. Although Christmas, unlike Easter, has a fixed date, Christmas always seems to come “all of a sudden”. And this despite the onset of gingerbread sales in September, the first Christmas discounts in October and Wham on repeat from November to January.