Many Australian retail business models are being compared to ‘the walking dead’.
Why do business owners tolerate mediocre sales people?
Executives don’t really want to know what the future will be like.
Suppliers are falling over themselves to get a product accepted by online retailers.
Why is innovation typically lumped under the banner as product development or format refinement?
Half-yearly clearances and stocktake sales appear to have been particularly impactful.
Why do some people seem to process information faster at the negotiating table?
What are the cornerstones of Hermès success?
Retailers, rather than wallowing in self pity, are also taking steps to minimise the impact of the US giant.
Strategy without proper robust consumer insights is like surgery with a blunt scalpel.
It’s pretty pointless having an endless variety of goods and a secure site, if you can’t get items to a customer’s home in a fast and efficient manner.
Which retailers among us will see the opportunity, and who will focus on their perception of crisis?
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