Eva Pascoe | Digital Retailer

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Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

To Mute or not to Mute – Leading in the times of Coronavirus – Series

Working-from-home tsunami Week 1 is behind us and it has brought us some winners but also some bitter losers. Courtesy of coronavirus, over 6 mln people in UK, 1mln Londoners as well as millions across Europe and even more in US , have finally left their daily torture of long commute. Many of the newly

Sunday, March 15th, 2020

Home Alone – how to lead in the times of Coronavirus pandemic?

Boom! Full remote working has arrived and you have to lead your team thru it. Many of us have done a day or two, with a few of our teams at home or remote. Not many companies...

Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

Surf and Turf – the future of retail

The world of technology hit London’s West End in September 1994 when, for the first time, people could walk into a café, pick up their email and ‘surf the net’ for only £2.50 per hour. The physical...

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Every little helps: what next for retail in London?

The Era of Shopocene is fast coming to an end as high street shops are becoming a relic of the past. But high streets are not just places to shop, they’re valuble social, cultural and commercial spaces...

Sunday, September 15th, 2019

More screens please, we are Millennials – [retail bytes]

As analogue retail gives way, new hybrid ways of shopping are emerging.  Bouncepad minimalism Retail demise is upon us, stores closing in their thousands in US and UK.  Retail is dead, long live retail as from the...

Monday, July 29th, 2019

Shop like a Bostonian – [retail bytes]

“Boston is a state of mind” as noted by an old Bostonian Thomas Gold Appleton.  The rebellious streak,  Irish flair and superior problem solving attitude is as distinct to Boston as freezing winters. Challenges are aplenty, as...

Sunday, June 9th, 2019

Rebels, where do you shop? – [retail bytes]

Blocking London Bridge to stop car traffic in peak hour is an unlikely activity for a typical North London Mum. But those Mums  taking part in Extinction Rebellion protest, together with teen sons and daughters,  took to...

Thursday, May 2nd, 2019

Clouds in my coffee or making shops great again – [retail bytes]

Sipping in Samsung Carly Simon’s song ‘You are so vain’ was on my mind during our bimonthly retail insights trip to NY. Coffee really is our team’s water and so it is the case for many rushed...

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

Mens sana in corpore sano or shopping in Swiss Alps – [retail bytes]

Health is wealth Saint Valentin brings a good opportunity to visit in the most romantic Thermal Spa in Europe.  Mint aroma new Spa pool refreshes the mind and sub-aquatic rock concert pool experience lets you float on ...

Monday, February 4th, 2019

In New York It is all in the name – [retail bytes]

NY can be icy cold in the winter so with arctic wind swishing behind our ears, NRF2019 retail tech conference was deeply underwhelming (more about it next week) so what better afternoon than checking on the top...

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