As commerce continues to evolve at the speed of light, there is a greater need for innovation and agility than ever before. That kind of ingenuity was on display at SuiteWorld18, NetSuite’s annual user conference in Las Vegas.
Efficiently and cost-effectively getting a shirt, hat and shoes delivered to a customer in Billings, Mont. when a retailer’s stock spans warehouses from Burlington, Vt. to Bellevue, Wash. and a physical store in Baltimore is no small feat. Yet, for even the smallest retailers, it’s imperative to balance customer expectations with profitability — whether the order is shipped from a warehouse, shipped from a store, drop shipped or picked up in store.
The world of ecommerce moves extremely fast and it is nearly impossible to adapt to every latest and greatest trend.
For all the colossal change the retail industry has undergone in recent years, the retail revolution is only getting started, according to Dana Telsey, CEO and Chief Research Officer at Telsey Advisory Group (TAG).
Aspire Food Group’s beginnings are as original as its product. A social enterprise that raises insects for human consumption began as an entry in the Hult prize competition, which challenges college students to solve some of the world’s greatest problems.