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See what you missed at the Path to Purchase Summit

Senior execs from Meijer, Walmart, Google and Albertsons and many more share their views on retail, marketing, Amazon and more in this collection of must-see video interviews.

Mars exec offers out of this world view

Ethan Goodman spends a lot of time thinking about the future in his role as Senior Vice President of Innovation with The Mars Agency. Check out his perspective on where voice shopping is headed, the future of search and how brands need to position themselves today.

Art Sebastian serves as Vice President of Digital Shopping and E-Commerce at Meijer and foresees rapid adoption of voice shopping.

Buzzfeed’s Tasty division has experienced meteoric growth in two and a half years and there is even more ahead as Tasty’s exuberant General Manager Ashley McCollum explained in her Summit keynote presentation and this video interview.

Walmart Vice President of Marketing and Customer Experience Jamie Sohosky was among the inductees into the Shopper Marketing Hall of Fame. Following a gala event at Summit she spoke with Retail Leader.

Albertson’s Vice President of Digital Partnerships and Shopper Marketing Karen Sales was among the 2018 inductees into the Shopper Marketing Hall of Fame.

​​​​​​​Sam Gagliardi, IRI’s Senior Vice President of e-commerce, doesn’t pull punches when talking about e-commerce and the Amazon challenge.

“Crushing it with Amazon,” was the title of Clavis Insight Chief Marketing Officer Danny Silverman’s presentation at Summit. Check out his views on how companies can grow with Amazon and also avoid being “CRAPed” by the company.

The artful application of “nudging,” long used in physical retail, is the key to unlock digital growth as well, according to Scott Young, Global CEO of the shopper marketing and insights firm PRS IN VIVO. Young knows what makes shoppers tick and why we’re irrational beings.

As an innovator in the field of personalization, Catalina has been helping brands and retailers target shoppers for more than two decades.

The new battleground for growth is shifting to voice assistants, according to Google’s Head of Retail Ted Souder. In his closing keynote as Summit, the Chicago-based exec talked about the digital transition, how to fail and what a guy from Google asks Google.

For brands to grow they must understand their core values, take a stand and become a force for good, according to Path to Purchase Summit keynote speaker Jamie Kieffer, Managing Director of Client Strategy with Edelman.

With artificial intelligence making more decisions on behalf of shoppers and new concerns about personal data, landmark research from Integer Group reveals the impact on the shopper journey.

Nicky Jackson, Founder and CEO of the RangeMe product discovery platform acquired last year by ECRM, discusses the platform’s expansion into new verticals, a growing ecosystem of 100,000 suppliers and why face-to-face meetings remain essential.

Kenneth Cassar, Principal Analyst with Slice Intelligence has a unique perspective on shoppers thanks to the firm’s 5.5 million member panel. He shared his view on voice commerce and two predictions for 2018.

A little more than a month into his role as CEO of EnsembleIQ, David Shanker details his vision for how the business intelligence provider will serve readers, clients and members.

Top executives from some of food retailing’s most innovation companies share insights on competition, serving customers and leveraging technology.

Luke Rauch, Senior Director of U.S. Insights for Walgreens, spoke with Retail Leader about the outlook for the retail market.

Andy Dunn joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the changing landscape of online and offline retail.

A new article in the Harvard Business Review details what consumers' new expectations when it comes to customer service.

Senior executives from Oracle, Starbucks A.T. Kearney, SAP, Nielsen and other top companies spoke with Retail Leader about the future of retail at the FMI Midwinter Executive Conference.

The Moby Mart is a mobile supermarket that eliminates getting up and going to the store, or placing an order for delivery. Instead, the store comes to the shopper.

Joan Driggs of Progressive Grocer talks with Jack Link’s exec Tony Dunning about the evolution of meat/protein snacks.

Enabling retailers to improve relevance of offerings to consumers

Joan Driggs of Progressive Grocer talks with Jim Holbrook of Daymon Worldwide about private label. 


Retail Leader Editor-in-Chief Mike Troy discusses shopper data with FMI SVP Mark Baum.

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