Walmart is the biggest retailer with 10.6% US market share in 2016. With increase in digitalization, consumers are shifting their behavior to online ecommerce as they seek for convenience and low costs. Will Walmart be able to prove that they can dominate in the digital age?
With famous brands like Nike and Adidas selling apparel directly to consumers, sporting goods retailers fight to stay relevant.
Given the digitalization wave and intensified competitions from e-commerce players, Chinese’ Choice of Convenience Store —— 7-Eleven is reevaluating its strategy and relevant implications on supply chain.
Technology is causing tectonic shifts in the sneaker manufacturing industry. In a period of declining sales and earnings, Nike has to transform its supply chain to stay relevant.
How the global retailer H&M is changing its supply chain in order to adapt to rapidly changing customer preferences due to digitalization
Nike has made recent efforts on direct-to-consumer and supply chain transformation, but is still experiencing stalling sales. Are the recent initiatives enough?
Magazine Luiza has been thriving in the complex Brazilian market for the past few years with impressive share price performance – can this brick-and-mortar retailer survive Amazon's increasing local presence?
If you thought insurance companies had crossed the line, just wait until you hear what retailers are doing with your location information.
"How do you convince a woman, halfway across the country, to be measured for a bra over the internet?"
How P&G’s use of data is transforming the way it goes to market