Four retail technologies that will help you enhance the customer experience

| June 7, 2019

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MOCA went to the first edition of the Retail&Brand Experience World Congress (RBEWC) celebrated in Barcelona. Let's see four technologies that are helping the retail industry to transform the customer experience.

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Harrods

The biggest department store in Europe, Harrods single site in Knightsbridge is iconic. Attracting over 15 million visitors each year, Harrods is ranked in the top 3 tourist attractions in London, after Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. The store’s 330 departments offer a wide range of luxury products and services, from clothing to jewellery, personal shopping and interior design. In order to maintain our exceptional standards in store and on a global platform, we have over 5,000 employees across 20 industries. From Distribution to Copywriting, Sales to Security, we welcome employees from all backgrounds and disciplines.

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Harrods

The biggest department store in Europe, Harrods single site in Knightsbridge is iconic. Attracting over 15 million visitors each year, Harrods is ranked in the top 3 tourist attractions in London, after Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. The store’s 330 departments offer a wide range of luxury products and services, from clothing to jewellery, personal shopping and interior design. In order to maintain our exceptional standards in store and on a global platform, we have over 5,000 employees across 20 industries. From Distribution to Copywriting, Sales to Security, we welcome employees from all backgrounds and disciplines.

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