NEW YORK – As retailers update stores to meet customer expectations, they must ensure that sales associates maximize the potential of digital touchpoints, according to a workshop session Oct. 13 at Luxury Interactive 2014.
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Hotel brands are trying to fill the awareness vacuum in China as many travelers consider international and domestic travel for the first time, according to a new report by L2.
British automaker McLaren is giving fans a look at how its team of clay model specialists design vehicles.
Not long ago retailers were afraid that showrooming would gut in-store profits, but now the implications of the trend seem to have reversed, according to a new report by L2 and RichRelevance.
Mercedes-Benz, Lexus and BMW received top scores in L2′s latest report, while Bugatti, Bentley Motors and Rolls-Royce floundered at the bottom.
NEW YORK – Brands that intend to stay relevant must embed digital in all aspects of their organization, according to a principal Forrester analyst June 24 at Forrester’s Forum for Customer Experience Professionals East: “Why Good Is Not Good Enough.”
Brands continue to up their digital advertising budgets, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
Luxury brands occasionally struggle to present Chinese consumers with a seamless Web experience due to the country’s tight Internet rules.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is reframing the “bold” dimension seen in the Design Disrupted campaign as an alter ego with its new multichannel effort for the F performance lineup.
A new report by L2 and Google Canada found that a shabby omnichannel environment in Canada has pushed consumers to look across the border for ecommerce, clearing the field for Amazon.