Consumers Clearly Prefer Shopping in Stores According to A.T. Kearney Omnichannel Shopping Preferences Study24 July 2014
A key finding from the A.T. Kearney Omnichannel Shopping Preferences Study, “On Solid Ground: Brick-and-Mortar Is the Foundation of Omnichannel Retailing," shows that although digital retailing is capturing headlines and inspiring spirited debate as retailers plan investments for the future, physical stores continue to be customers’ preferred shopping channel and a place where the most significant consumer and retailer value is created.
- 1 July 2014
A.T. Kearney jumped 10 spots over 2013 to place third on Diversity MBA Magazine's "50 Out Front Companies for Diversity Leadership: Best Places for Diverse & Women Managers to Work" listing for 2014.
ABC News, 25 July 2014
John Kurtz, A.T. Kearney head of Asia Pacific, discusses the presidential election and how it will affect Indonesian and global business.
BBC, 25 June 2014
Naveen Menon, partner and head of A.T. Kearney's Communication, Media & Technology practice in Asia Pacific, discusses the Google AndroidTV launch and how it might spark a platform war in the battle to integrate the home.
- The New York Times, 25 July 2014
Mike Moriarty, A.T. Kearney partner in the Consumer Products & Retail Practice, explains that he was a lead author on the 1980s A.T. Kearney report that predicted and kick-started the refrigeration boom—its impact in both China and the United States goes beyond warming the planet and reducing food waste.
- ICIS.com, 4 July 2014
Maximising value in a deal requires some up-front analysis from both the buyer and seller perspective. What does it take to improve the deal making process?
- Bloomberg, 16 June 2014
Todd Hooper, partner at A.T. Kearney, comments on the competitive environment of restaurants and how they can win customers amid the slow and steady growth of the economy.
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