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  • Posted Apr 21, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on What on Earth? Green is the new black as fashion goes eco – [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

As the wasteland of pandemic is confronting us in retail, who are the heroes leading the way out of Covid economic paralysis? Earth Day is a chance to celebrate the brands that are innovating with planet-friendly designs and inspiring us to shop wisely.  An Apple a day keeps climate change away Zero Waste was the …[ read more ]

April 11th, 2021
The boyz are back in town!

  • Posted Apr 11, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on The boyz are back in town!
  • Retail Bytes

Speculating about customers returning to High Street? Don’t – too many variables to predict footfall, not least as increasing number of companies are coming out against office work and for Work From Home. Future is not ‘forecasted’ or predicted, it is built – so let’s get building. Here our top companies that are joining The …[ read more ]

  • Posted Mar 14, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on The Shop is dead, long live The Shop – [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

Panic over if we will ever shop again in physical stores is running high. Women shopped exclusively online now for just over a year, getting used to the screen fashion and may wave adieu to physical stores. Retailers and commercial estate investors are panicking and over 360,000 jobs in retail have been lost just in …[ read more ]

  • Posted Mar 6, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on A day like no other– International Women’s Day 2021
  • Retail Bytes

The Pandemic hit all of us hard, but women had to take on more than their usual share of work. With kids at home, home schooling and trying to keep the family fed, healthy and educated has fallen mostly on Mum’s head.  Working on a small laptop, curled on the sofa, women carried on home …[ read more ]

  • Posted Mar 3, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Nudes, weddings and a funeral – notes from the Planet Zoom
  • Retail Bytes

A full year has passed since I joined the tribe on Planet Zoom, as I created my account exactly on 7th March 2020. The Sun having made a full journey over Zoom’s horizon merits a brief reflection on how did we do in life, at work, with our families and wider society using videoconferencing to …[ read more ]

  • Posted Feb 6, 2021
  • Written by Karolina Janicka
  • Comments Off on Challenger Brand Expert: Eva Pascoe
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Long before the digital realm existed as we know it today, Eva was busy building the world’s first internet cafe, Cyberia (1994). In the years that followed, she became Director of E-Commerce for Arcadia Group and oversaw digital acquisition and international e-commerce for the likes of Bluebella. Now, Eva is a director at The Retail Practice, helming the online growth of …[ read more ]

  • Posted Jan 5, 2021
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Zoom: How to lose friends and alienate people – [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

You are on mute Nearly a year since we all jacked into the Zoom matrix and joined millions of ‘work-from-home’ telecommuters. Remember those days, when it was kinda cute and disarming when Phoebe from Marketing kept forgetting she was on mute and reported full quarter marketing figures before lifting her eyes to notice everyone pointing …[ read more ]

  • Posted Nov 15, 2020
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Escaping Zoom and Gloom – [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

5 tips on how to survive Zoom office overdose Second wave of Covid is just getting going and many more Zoom hours are to be endured. Remote Work experts let us in on their secrets how to survive Zoom and Gloom and emerge with your team energised at the end of pandemic Walk and talk …[ read more ]

  • Posted Aug 24, 2020
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on Are you skating on digital thin ice? – [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

When GoogleNet goes down Over 1mln retailers in US, UK and ROW use Shopify for their ecommerce. Many have no idea that their livelihood rests on a single point of failure – Google Cloud. In 2019 Shopify outsourced it’s shop hosting to Google Cloud, despite the fact that it is neither green, efficient or reliable. …[ read more ]

  • Posted Aug 17, 2020
  • Written by Eva Pascoe
  • Comments Off on What goes up, must come down – post Covid office virtualises itself [retail.bytes]
  • Retail Bytes

The father of skyscrapers, A.E. Lefcourt built the first 31 high towers in NY, leveraging newly available steel frames and Ottis elevators to became a billionaire developer. Alas, he kept building tall offices during the Great Recession, lost everything and died in 1932, with less than 2,500 $ in the bank. In Detroit, Mayor Jerome …[ read more ]

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