This report takes a look at the growing problems associated with supply chain risk, highlights issues that may pose significant risks and proposes specific attributes that can help achieve supply chain resilience.
The confluence of advancing mobile device technology and shifting demographics is changing the entire shopping process — from pre-store planning and in-store experience to post-purchase interactions between businesses and their customers. As a result, consumer product companies and retailers may need to tailor their marketing strategies to account for increasingly mobile, Smartphone-equipped shoppers. Download this report to learn more.
Our latest report explores the evolution of the store, from the neighborhood hardware store of the early 20th century to tomorrow’s customized, seamless, omni-channel experience – Store 3.0TM. We’ll discuss the changing customer and what they’ll expect from their future shopping experiences, and we’ll outline steps retailers can take to enhance their brick-and-mortar stores with the customization and accessibility offered by virtual stores.
Market entry requires careful consideration of external risks and internal parameters in order to understand market dynamics, requisite competencies, and financial implications. There is no “one size fits all” model. In our latest report, Retail Global Expansion: Determining Your Method of Market Entry, Deloitte examines three primary market-entry methods, franchising, joint venture and owned expansion, and explores the potential trade-offs that each model presents.
Learn how Deloitte’s Multi-Channel Retailing service offering can help you meet the evolving needs of the consumer with high performance technology, improved customer service, and a virtually seamless purchasing process across channels.
Retailers are facing a set of challenges that require a new set of solutions to address them. Margin declines can no longer be offset by improvements in selling, general, and administrative costs and reduced inventories. Download this report and learn what retails need to do to manage costs in the short term, and a series of more-advanced levers to build a sustainable, competitive advantage.
The outlook for today’s retailers remains challenging. This brochure will provide with some industry insights as well as access to valuable thought leadership concerning the issues faced by executives in today’s changing retail marketplace.
Deloitte assists the PLCB in its efforts to reduce inventory costs by $10M six months. Learn how.
Highly informed and more demanding customers are challenging retailers to consider new ways of tapping into their data to answer the “crunchy questions” that can hold the key to improving performance. As the questions become more complicated to answer, retailers require in-depth insights to effectively manage and forecast future performance. Oftentimes, the questions are enterprise-wide in nature, so the traditional siloed analysis is simply not enough.