RIS Talks

Press enter to search
Close search
Open Menu

RIS Talks

A collection of RIS Talks Q&As with top retail industry leaders. 

Search Magic: How Gary’s Wine Ranks As a Top 3 Wine Advertiser Almost Every Month

While Gary’s Wine & Marketplace got its start as a small wine shop in New Jersey, its digital capabilities tell a different story.

How United Supermarkets Stopped Selling Itself Short in the Delivery Game

As the Albertsons Companies-owned grocer sought to grow its e-commerce strategy, it knew it needed a more efficient delivery system. Learn how it's leveraging technology in order to serve customers during the pandemic.

The hair and beauty retailer and distributor launched a new brand campaign at the start of the year aimed at helping consumers achieve salon results from the comfort of their home. It couldn't have picked a better time.

Giving new meaning to the term “quick pivot,” BoConcept developed an e-commerce site with a virtual showroom and personalized chat service in the span of just two weeks in April.

While it’s tempting to chalk up the issue of having more visitors than a website can handle as good problems to have, the truth is that crashing from an influx is the stuff of e-commerce nightmares. Learn how the lifestyle brand managed its retail debut by developing a robust digital foundation.  

The beauty company's investment in artificial intelligence and augmented reality are paying off when it comes to consumer engagement.

Online travel bags and accessories retailer eBags has had its finger on the pulse of technology for the last 22 years, a trait that has proven especially helpful during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sweetwater, a music retailer that’s nearing $1 billion in annual sales, found itself in the center of a perfect storm as one of the unexpected non-essential retail beneficiaries during the coronavirus health crisis.

When it comes to operating with purpose, luxury online retailer Olivela has been putting its money where its mouth is from the get-go.

In an industry that’s all about product, PVH CIO Eileen Mahoney is using tech to transform the fashion merchandise lifecycle. We talked with the 2020 RIS Women in Retail Tech winner to learn how.

In our interviews with the RIS News 2020 Influentials, we asked them to share their predictions on these changes, as well as the tech they think retailers will be most interested in investing in.

It’s a great time to think about starting a company — that’s not something you expect to hear right now.

One of the 2020 Women in Retail Tech, Seay shared her insight and experiences in a Q&A with RIS.

After decades of operating solely via direct mail, the company has spent the last five years shifting efforts toward e-commerce. In February it became one of the first to test a new personalization platform to increase its subscriber base.

Show More