Venue: Grant Thornton, 30 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG
Nearest tube: Moorgate, Liverpool Street
Time: 6pm for 6.30pm start; 8.00pm networking
The June meeting of SLA will focus on a current view of the analytical and strategic consequences of the omnichannel for firms. Michael Flood, from John Lewis Partnership, has been at the forefront of strategic customer relationship management for a number of years. For the last eight of these he has worked for a 150 year-old business which has tackled head-on the journey to omnichannel retail.
Michael’s talk is entitled: “Planning for a no channel future?” Jonathan Reynolds has written and researched on omnichannel retailing for nearly thirty years – well before the term was coined. He will offer his reflections on the challenges of analysis; and shares insights from new research being conducted by the Consumer Data Research Centre into the e-resilience of English town and city centres. Finally, we take the opportunity of coming together as a group to hear from Steve Halsall who, as members know is a founder member of SLA and has been most recently involved in a salary survey of SLA members. He will share his findings with you. As ever, there will be an opportunity for networking after the presentations and Q&A.
SLA is sponsored by CACI and Geolytix. We are grateful to them and to Grant Thornton for providing the venue for this meeting.
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- Michael Flood, Manager, Strategic Customer Analysis, John Lewis Partnership – ‘Planning for a no channel future’
- Jonathan Reynolds, Director, Oxford Institute of Retail Management, University of Oxford
- Steve Halsall, Consultant, Grant Thornton; former Lead Partner, CACI.
Download the presentations
- Dr. Jonathan Reynolds, Said Business School. University of Oxford – Spatial analysis & the omnichannel: the challenges
- Michael Flood, John Lewis Strategy – Planning for a No-channel Future?