MarketScale Mornings: Retail’s Direction in the Aftermath of NRF 2020

On this episode of MarketScale Mornings, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern were joined by retail guru and industry leader Tony D’Onofrio.

D’Onofrio, Litwin and Kern unpacked the high points of NRF 2020, Retail’s Big Show, and

In particular, MarketScale’s Geoffrey Short said the mood on the show floor centered around a few key trends – data and its potential applications in the retail industry, the need for a blending of ecommerce and traditional retail spaces as innovation and customer desires continue to snowball, growing cybersecurity concerns and solutions, and more.

For his part, D’Onofrio touched on progress in data collection, Amazon’s presence at NRF and what it means moving forward, consumer technology’s continued intertwining with retail, and other big-picture drivers of the retail industry as a new decade gets underway.

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