Experience, engagement, emotion, and economics. In our second episode, we conclude the discussion on Stores of the Future 2.0 by attempting to decode what it takes to deliver store transformation in a way that achieves the real returns today’s retailers demand.

The guest panel features Paul West, strategy director at Dalziel & Pow, Nathan Watts, creative director of FITCH, James Breaks, associate design director with rpa:group, and Karl McKeever, founder of Visual Thinking.

Recording & Production by Boutique Recording.


Posted On
25th May 2017
Declan Curry
Paul West (Dalziel & Pow)
Nathan Watts (FITCH)
James Breaks (rpa:group)
Karl McKeever (Visual Thinking)




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