How Small Businesses Can Win Big With Webinars

| June 15, 2017

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Small business owners are expected to wear a variety of hats as they juggle multiple roles to build their bases. However, there’s one role that may very well be the most important in 2017: the role of teacher. Today’s businesses aren’t growing their bottom lines through in-your-face marketing and sneak tactics: they’re doing it through education.

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Kanmo Retail Group

Kanmo Retail Group (KRG) is part of the larger K.Aloomall Group established in Indonesia in the 1940s. The Group's has interests across Asia in industry, trading, real estate and financial markets. KRG was formed in 2005 as the retail subsidiary of the Group focusing on retail distribution in Indonesia and the Indian sub-continent.

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What are the biggest barriers to AI adoption for retailers?

Article | February 24, 2020

According to KPMG’s “Living in an AI World 2020 Report,” retailers have some optimism, some skepticism and some pessimism about how artificial intelligence (AI) will impact the industry. The study explored how 751 insiders across five industries, including retail, view the future of AI in their sectors. On the downside, 64 percent of retail insiders agreed that the use of AI to help businesses is more hype than reality right now. The study also identified numerous challenges retailers believe they face in capitalizing on AI’s potential: AI readiness: Just 43 percent of retail respondents believe their employees are prepared for AI adoption. Relatedly, only 52 percent say their companies offer any type of AI training.

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How is coronavirus impacting the retail industry?

Article | March 19, 2020

Primark is one of the latest retailers to announce the temporary closure of some of its stores, in a bid to help stop the spread of coronavirus. It has closed outlets in Italy, France, Spain, and Austria (where 30% of its revenue is generated), while its UK and Northern Ireland stores at the time of publication at least remain (perhaps controversially) open. Primark is certainly not the only one to take this kind of action. Global retailers including Glossier, Nike, Urban Outfitters, and Patagonia have all indefinitely shut their stores, purely to help prevent further outbreak. In the majority of cases, employees are being paid for lost shifts. At the same time, retailers have also updated working policies to help ease the strain on staff. Starbucks, for example, has announced that it is implementing ‘catastrophe pay’ to US employees, meaning that it will now pay staff for up to 14 days if they have been diagnosed or in close contact with someone who has coronavirus.

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How E-Commerce Inventory Management Can Help You Save Money

Article | April 8, 2020

E-commerce platforms are no longer secondary to that of brick-and-mortar stores. In fact, having an e-commerce platform is crucial to ensure business success today. The numbers don’t lie. Global retail e-commerce sales totaled over $3.5 billion in 2019. The value of the market is rising year on year. Running an online store can be a lucrative exercise if you get the vital processes correct. One such process is your inventory management. At heart, e-commerce is simple. You showcase a range of products online, customers find and buy what they want, and then you deliver. What’s critical, then, is that you have the items you advertise and can get them where they need to go. That’s why getting your inventory management right is essential.

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NETWORK WITH INDUSTRY LEADERS

Article | July 20, 2020

Thank you to all of our sponsors and partners! Our MPC20 conference is going virtual to keep you safe, but the content is more valuable than ever. As the world battles COVID-19, we turn our eyes toward mobility, risk mitigation, and virtual workplaces. Digital commerce is literally keeping most businesses in business. By registering now, you are guaranteeing your opportunity to hear from experts from many of the world’s largest brands including U.S. Bank, Zelle, Aliaswire, Pinterest, PAID, Heartland, Intel and IBM.

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Kanmo Retail Group

Kanmo Retail Group (KRG) is part of the larger K.Aloomall Group established in Indonesia in the 1940s. The Group's has interests across Asia in industry, trading, real estate and financial markets. KRG was formed in 2005 as the retail subsidiary of the Group focusing on retail distribution in Indonesia and the Indian sub-continent.

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