The world has changed in just about every imaginable way over the past year. One way that is particularly relevant to retailers and marketers is the dramatic shift to e-commerce, says PepsiCo's Kate Garner.
The Path to Purchase Institute speaks with Raouf Moussa, Vice President of Sales & Trade Marketing at King’s Hawaiian, to get the details on an innovative omnichannel shopper marketing campaign that the brand is launching on May 1.
I remember my path to purchase history fairly well, so I don’t have to worry about repeating it. But, because I remember, I do have to worry about being the eternally grumpy cynic in the room, the one trying hard not to rain on the parade of all the optimistic folks talking excitedly about the newest industry game-changer.
Shopper marketers and their agency partners are navigating treacherous seas as two “money oceans” – retail/trade (below the line) and media (above the line) – converge, according to Omnicom's Bryan Gildenberg.
Nine months prior to Thanksgiving, mobile rewards platform Ibotta saw an opportunity to advance its mission of making every purchase rewarding while also helping Walmart shoppers during what was shaping up to be a difficult year.
From image optimization to robotic process automation, speakers at the Path to Purchase Institute's sixth and final "Community Gathering" shared their insights on today's emerging technologies, technological needs and key digital trends.
Becoming nimbler and more flexible is vital because it's the pace of change, rather than the changes themselves, that has been so surprising, according to a panel of industry experts speaking at Path to Purchase Institute’s third "Community Gathering."
Path to Purchase Expo has been completely reimagined as a digital event to unlock the Path to Purchase Institute’s newest capabilities while meeting the evolving needs of today’s marketing professionals.