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Real Mystery Shoppers

By: Ilya Vedrashko

Retailers, beware. The Big Customer is watching you! And takes pictures. And blogs.

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DowntownWomensClub.com Survey

by: Dick Stroud 

DowntownWomensClub.com, a women’s network and career website, surveyed 500+ businesswomen across three generations about their shopping habits, both online and off.

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P&G Creates Virtual Reality Research Room

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Assistive Technologies

by: Dick Stroud 

Why does Wal Mart or Tesco not have a section of their stores dedicated to assistive technologies (i.e. technologies that assist people who have some form of disability resulting from illness or ageing)?

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Sustainable by Design

by: David Wigder

An Interview with Ian Yolles, VP of Marketing, Nau

What if you could build a company from the ground up, where every decision was based on the principles of sustainability? Nau is an emerging outdoor apparel company that is trying to do just that. In fact, even its corporate bylaws state that fiduciary responsibility to shareholders must be balanced by the needs of the environment.

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Ann Knows Segmentation

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Walmart, Milk, and the Future of the Organic Standard

by: Michael Hoexter

The coming of the Walmart leviathan to the world of organic food has over the last year been viewed with trepidation by the organic food movement.

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A Blogging Retailer

by: Dick Stroud

Apparently, firstSTREET a US Internet Retailer and catalog company, is one of the first major retailers to expand it customer base and build online sales via the blogging community.

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The Greydollarfella – Yet Another Daft Name

by: Dick Stroud 

Why do people always have to come up with a daft sounding name when they research the 50-plus market? This article in Australia’s The Age is about the overlooked, underappreciated older bloke.

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NIKE : Experience

by: David Polinchock

A few weeks ago, I was invited to be the keynote speak at the Nike retail conference in Portland and they were just launching the new Nike+ sneakers that worked with the iPod Nano.

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