Moderator: Caroline Baldwin - Speakers: Simon Phelps, Natalia Baldizzoni & Mark O’Hanlon
About this talk
The world is beginning to pick itself up again following the rapid spread of coronavirus. Many countries are coming out of lockdown and beginning to learn what the new normal will look like going forward. Retail is such a crucial pillar of the UK economy, the industry is desperate to re-open high streets up and down the country. But when we do open the doors of our retail stores again, what will they look like? And will shopping ever be quite the same as it once was?
After weeks of being forced to stay at home, the UK is beginning to think about how it may reopen non-essential retail businesses such as fashion, while adhering to strict social distancing. And many retailers must be asking themselves how they intend to meet the demand of the new post-Covid-19 shopper while ensuring their safety in store as we remain in the recovery stages of coronavirus?
Join this Essential Retail webinar, sponsored by ITL Group, as we try to predict what the future of the store may look like in a post-Covid-19 world.
In this webinar we will discuss:
•What retail stores may look like as
•Has Covid-19 put the brakes on any future of the store technology developments?
•What are the latest technologies retailers can use to help the industry reopen stores? Have any new technologies come to light which will help us reopen stores?
•How existing technologies such as RFID can be used in stores to improve customer experience and engage consumers in a post-Covid-19 world.
Covering breaking UK and international retail news stories from a tech perspective, Essential Retail provides clarity as the digital revolution continues to transform the retail industry and wider business landscape.…