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Strategy’s most read of 2018: C-Suite
Here are the stories that caught the eye of senior marketers this year.
Tech in Action: Walmart is testing self-driving delivery
A pilot with Ford is exploring how autonomous vehicles could play a role in purchasing everyday items.
Why Kobo chose to partner with Walmart in the U.S.
The Toronto-based ebook company brings its international retail strategy to a market dominated by big players.
The new speed (and paths) of retail
How mass brands are going direct and digital in an effort to win consumers first and fast.
Do Canadians still trust their grocery stores?
After allegations of bread price fixing, a survey shows existing relationships might help grocers ride out an ongoing scandal.
MAOY Bronze: Mindshare’s content push
The Toronto shop boosts its agility with a newly launched business unit.
Who are Canada’s most trusted service brands?
BrandSpark's annual rankings also reveal who Canadians keep top-of-mind when it comes to retail and e-commerce.
Walmart and Google partner on voice-powered shopping
The deal aims to help the retail giant close the gap on Amazon's early lead in voice.
Canadian women choosing comfort over trends
A new survey gives a snapshot of how female consumers are shopping for fashion in the changing retail landscape.
With innovation, does size matter?
How large marketing organizations can overcome the hurdles keeping them from being as nimble as category disruptors.
Walmart taps into personalization
The retailer teams up with a 3D printing company on a new holiday program.
Goody brushes up its marketing
How the hair accessories brand is stepping up efforts at retail to stay ahead of the game.
What drives Canadian purchase behaviour?
The latest BrandSpark study offers insight into what motivates shoppers and grabs their attention.
Who are the most trusted retailers online?
Amazon dominated BrandSpark's Canadian survey, but Old Navy, Walmart and Expedia also got their dues.
AToMiC Awards: Know thy audience
From newly-minted executives to festival-loving dog owners, these brands found their targets in clever ways.