Morrison’s move to online grocery delivery – BBC Radio interview (Shane O’Connor show)
Ian Jindal interviewed on BBC Radio on the topic of Morrisons’ late entry into the online grocery market, 10 January 2014.
“Capability and Maturity” – editorial from the May 2011 edition of InternetRetailing Magazine
I’ve just published the web version of my Editorial for the May 2011 issue of our Magazine, “Capability and Maturity”.You can see it on Internet Retailing’s site here: http://www.internetretailing.net/2011/05/editorial-capability-and-maturity/ There’s also a link to the May 2011 Digital Edition of Internet Retailing Magazine (‘page turner’), also available online. In the article I mention the MSc […]
“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” – Editorial from the January 2011 edition of InternetRetailing Magazine
I’ve just published the web version of my Editorial for the January 2011 issue of our Magazine. You can see it on Internet Retailing’s site here:http://www.internetretailing.net/2011/05/editorial-planes-trains-and-automobiles/ There’s also a link to the digital ‘page turner’ edition, also now published online.
“Purchandising” – Editorial from November 2010’s issue of Internet Retailing Magazine
I’ve just published the web version of my Editorial for the November 2010 issue of our Magazine. You can see it on Internet Retailing’s site here: http://www.internetretailing.net/2010/12/editorial-purchandising/ There’s also a link to the digital ‘page turner’ edition, also now published online.
“No more eCommerce – it’s Total Retail” – Editorial from September 2010’s issue of Internet Retailing magazine
Here’s my editorial from the September 2010 edition of Internet Retailing magazine. You can see this article in the digital edition here: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/bd0ff4ae#/bd0ff4ae/6 We’ve long predicted that multiple channels will give way to an integrated commercial approach, but inspired by the World Cup – and not allowing his utter ignorance of football to stand in […]
Internet Retailing 2009 – our best conference to date
October’s conference season’s highlight (for me, anyway) was the fourth Internet Retailing conference – IR2009. While I’m of course biased (!) the conference saw our highest attendance (just under 1,000 in total, with 450 full delegates), an expanded roster of exhibitors and, crucially, the introduction of our plenary keynote session to open the day. We […]
Masters status conferred on our retail qualification
A while ago we launched the Post-Graduate Diploma in Internet Retailing. The programme was developed, in conjunction with Econsultancy.com, to support the skills and career development of multichannel retail professionals. The qualification spans the gamut of etail activity – from buying, sourcing and category management, to online marketing by route of operations, IT and logistics. […]
Speaking at the Westfield “World Retail Study Tour”
Westfield (a client) organise a world retail study tour for Australian businesses to visit peers, examplars and trend-setters in the US and Europe. On the London leg of the tour – following a period in the US – the delegates had visited key retail stores, niche retailers, characterful areas of London and for a day […]
Profit per Pixel-Second? [Editorial comment from March 2009’s edition of Internet Retailing Magazine]
This article appeared in November 2008’s edition of Internet Retailing Magazine. This last month has seen Ian Jindal up to his nose in web analytics and trading reports, pondering the painful question of “conversion”: can this really be a useful metric for etailers? Now there’s no arguing that conversion is a ‘metric’. Number of visitor […]
Speaking at ACSEL’s Paris conference: “économie numérique du e-commerce au réseaux sociaux”
ACSEL, now L’Association de l’économie Numérique, is France’s leading body representing eCommerce, multichannel and distance selling (Vente a Direct – VAD) working via digital channels (hence the name change to ‘numerique’).On Tuesday January 20th they held a conference on eCommerce and social media, with representatives from across Europe looking at the adoption and commercial aspects […]