Everyone's entitled to their own opinion but we're pretty sure you're going to want to hear ours. After 50 years in the biz we know a thing or two. Check out a few topics we're passionate about that are shaping the future of our industry and customer experience.
How do we know what consumers want? By talking to them. We bring curiosity and an experienced point of view to an ever-evolving marketplace. And it's backed by data. Pie charts even. Good stuff.
- The Good, the Bad and the UglyIn this State of Retail report, learn how brands can make big, bold decisions. It’s time to transform the customer experience.
Are you doing it right? »
- Omni-Channel is BSRetailers are being told they must have an omni-channel plan that stretches across mobile, websites and in stores.
We say that's BS »
- The One-Click Store of the Future and The DNA of the Digital Native Audience (DNA)Retailers may not want to admit it, but customers are done waiting—it’s time to reinvent checkout.
Are you ready to change now? »
Executive Vice President
As a noted authority in consumer trends and consumer behavior, Dan's areas of expertise include experience strategy, brand strategy, market positioning strategy, consumer insights, and new concept development. Dan has over 30 years of experience in consumer marketing and customer experience innovation for Fortune 500 companies.Contact Dan »
EVP, Thought Leadership & Marketing
Lee has more than 30 years of collective experience as a retailer, a strategist, a public speaker and as a leading voice in the future of retail. He brings an innovative approach to modern retail by understanding cultural trends, consumer demographics, and buying behavior across multiple industries.Contact Lee »
EVP, Strategic Growth & Innovation
With over 20 years of collective experience as a client, consultant and facilitator, John has a genuine desire to drive brand experiences further. He brings a refined and proven approach to engagements that take into consideration the reality of today’s business dynamics while challenging the executive management team to look outside the boardroom, business and sometimes category to find opportunity and cultivate innovation.Contact John »