|By Business Wire||
|May 8, 2014 01:01 PM EDT||
Today The Stephenz Group (TSG), one of Silicon Valley’s largest independent branding, marketing and digital services agencies, announced the availability of its inRetail division’s 2014 Omnichannel Action Plan for Retailers. CEO Barbara Zenz explains, “Our inRetail division is 100% retail focused and was created to address the growing demand for omnichannel retail – the always-on, always-available shopping that merges e-commerce and physical stores into a seamless customer experience.” The 2014 Omnichannel Action Plan for Retailers is available for download on the inRetail website, and provides retailers with tangible takeaways for surviving and thriving in the omnichannel retail revolution of today and beyond. This is the first in a series of ongoing omnichannel-focused tools to be published by inRetail.
Wherever retailers are along their omnichannel journey, just starting out or well advanced, this free report takes a close look at the pillars to success and pitfalls to avoid along the way. Key chapters include:
- How to make customer service your first priority
- Why you should make mobile a top priority
- Why customer loyalty is so much more than a rewards card
- Why it’s about a lot more than just selling “stuff”
- How retailers can embrace the collaborative economy
- How to achieve ROI on social media
- How can you maximize time: yours and your customers’
- How can drive an omnichannel state of mind (and action)
“This new report is packed with real world insight into how the most successful retailers are navigating the waters of omnichannel – and using it to their best advantage,” commented Lance Thornswood, former Target trailblazer and current VP/Managing Director of inRetail. “Instead of fearing omnichannel, retailers must face it head-on, and embrace it. The tide is rising. Retailers can sandbag for a little while longer, but eventually everyone will either sink or swim.”
As part of inRetail’s ongoing omnichannel readiness roadmap, Thornswood will be taking his advice on the road, speaking at retail executive conferences across the country throughout the coming year. His next speaking engagement, “The Omnichannel Customer Has Spoken (again). Was Anyone Listening?” will take place on May 13th at the Retail Connections Omnichannel Retail Executive Forum in Dallas, TX. Lance is also part of RetailWire’s prestigious Brain Trust panel, where he joins a host of industry influencers commenting on of-the-moment trends and the hottest topics affecting retailers. To sign up for RetailWire’s free e-newsletter, visit www.retailwire.com. For additional free and timely insights, follow inRetail’s blog POV inRetail, where Lance is a frequent contributor.
Based in Silicon Valley, inRetail, a division of The Stephenz Group, is 100% retail focused and was created with former retail executives with significant experience inside the walls of the nation’s most well-recognized retail brands. Specializing in customer-facing omnichannel shopping experiences, inRetail offers a diverse array of services and consultation. With a view of retail from the inside out, the inRetail team is uniquely qualified to quickly recognize pain points and offer creative, execution-focused solutions to address the many challenges retailers face today. For more information, visit inretailagency.com.
About The Stephenz Group
The Stephenz Group is one of the largest independently-owned advertising agencies in Silicon Valley. Based in San Jose, The Stephenz Group provides full-service integrated marketing communications to B2B and consumer technology clients, such as Epson, Qualcomm, HP and Samsung. The Stephenz Group has received hundreds of national, regional, and local creative awards, and is ranked among the Top 100 B2B agencies in the United States by B2B Marketing Magazine, Top 25 High-Tech Agencies in the United States by AdWeek, and Top 200 Agencies in the United States by Ad Age. For more information, please visit stephenz.com.
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