Webinar: How Industrial Practices Will Influence Retailers
A recent study showed that almost 9 out of 10 (87%) consumers are shopping online during COVID-19. This pandemic has accelerated the rate of e-commerce adoption. As forward-thinking retailers consider the future of their stores and service, they’ll need to identify innovation opportunities within their supply chains and service offers, taking inspiration from the industrial sector. Join us on Tuesday, June 2nd as we share insights on how to win the heated last-mile delivery battle.
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Kathy Craft, Industrial Practice Leader
Robyn Novak, VP, Retail Practice Leader
Jeff Wells, Senior Editor, Grocery Dive
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Our team disrupted the industrial landscape by creating the first multi-story warehouse in the United States with first and second-level truck access.