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The future of shopping: Less friction, more transactions
From payment to scanning as you shop, customers demand a smooth experience.
The future of shopping: Striving for personalization
In part four of our series, we delve into how brick-and-mortar is taking on online shopping.
CASSIES Bronze: Amazon creates a magical Echo
Leo Burnett's spots had a Super Bowl-sized impact on the device's sales.
Who are the most trusted retailers online?
Amazon dominated BrandSpark's Canadian survey, but Old Navy, Walmart and Expedia also got their dues.
Cannes 2016: 19 shortlist spots for Canada
Drake is among those shortlisted in the first-ever Music category, Jam3 gets four in Entertainment and nine noms land in Film.
Around the world of shopper marketing
Ikea steps into VR, Gatsby stops cart abandonment and more forward-thinking global retail executions.
Google is most influential brand, again
The tech co receives high marks for innovation and trustworthiness while Netflix soars for women and millennials.
Let’s get physical
Why news of store closures isn't deterring online retailers from setting up brick-and-mortar shops.
Dumping delivery woes
How Pudo aims to offer a new shipping solution for retailers growing their e-commerce offerings.
The drones are coming
Catch up on the state of drone delivery, as players beyond Amazon jump into the mix.
Brands of the Year: Desjardins breaks through borders
How the Quebec-based financial co is making a splash in the rest of Canada.
Next Big Things: Mobile tech will make everything smarter
Apps become their own devices, a path-to-purchase that follows you and other predictions of what's to come.
Culture beyond the beer cart
Lg2's Chris Hirsch and Nellie Kim opine on why beer and birthday cake isn't good enough.
The secret behind true mentorship
It's more than just teaching methodology, says Brand Voice's Syd Kessler. It's about personal relationships too.
Google is most influential brand
The tech giant leads the pack, while Tim Hortons ranks high in corporate citizenship and Facebook falls short on trust.