How to Be Hyper-Local in a Globalized World

Jamie Grill-Goodman
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Retailers are having a harder time connecting with their customers. Hyper localization is the key to keeping your pulse on the consumer, especially for retailers that span multiple stores, states and countries. But how do you achieve this vital goal?

At the Retail Experience Summit 2018 (RES) Milk and EggsCEOKenneth Wu will share a new way to become hyper local with a break-through business model in his session "The Hyper-Local Experience in a Globalized World," on Tuesday June 12th.

Wu has been in e-commerce for 17 years doing startups, specifically focused on added value supply chain and marketing. Career accolades include Inc 500, Forbes 30 Under 30, and Entrepreneur Hot 500. His current venture is Milk and Eggs, a hyperlocal marketplace and logistics infrastructure leveraging the shared/gig economy.

The newly relaunched Retail Experience Summit (formerly Retail Executive Summit) will be held October, 2-4, 2018, at the Grand Del Mar, San Diego, California. The conference features a new interactive format, keynotes from retail leaders, peer-to-peer exchanges, relationship building, and the 8th annual CIO of the Year Awards. For more information, to view the full RES agenda, or to register for the event click here.

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