2018

Customer Engagement Love Story: Nike

Nike doesn’t just create some of the best products in the athletic footwear and apparel industry. They also motivate and engage their customers in a personalized way that develops meaningful loyalty. While we can’t help other organizations come up with the next Air Max technology, we can help them be more like Nike when it comes to the way they engage customers. Keep reading to learn four tactics Nike is employing to develop loyal customers and takeaways marketers can use to apply to their own companies. Just do it!

2018

How to Reactivate the Last Guest

Restaurant chains strive to drive loyalty and retention in the hopes of turning one-time customers into repeat guests. This is something restaurants know they need to do -- it’s how to do it that poses a problem. Based on hundreds of conversations with restaurant brands, there are a few common challenges we’ve heard repeatedly. These are the roadblocks preventing chains from providing the type of experience that their guests long for and is required in order to stand out from competitors. In this blog post, we’re taking a closer look at those challenges and some ‘how-tos’ to reactivate the last guest.

2018

How Grocers Can Stand Out From Competitors

Grocers have always been a low margin business, but this poses a greater challenge than ever before when they’re up against a new set of competitors in online services, meal kits etc. and customers whose expectations cannot be met without the help of technology, investments in which must be made with caution. According to MarketWatch, only 47% of grocery shoppers said they shopped at one primary supermarket, down from 61% a decade earlier. With shoppers splitting their dollars between so many different vendors and services, where should grocers prioritize their focus to win their customers’ allegiance? In this blog post, we’re taking a closer look at some strategies and innovations for grocers to consider in order to increase shopper loyalty and stand out from competitors.

2018

2018