1. The Future of Shopping Has Already ArrivedKurt Salmon Shares 1:1 Retailing with CNBC Technology is now enabling the personalized experience of online shopping to be replicated in the physical store, as Kurt Salmon demonstrates to CNBC in...
  2. Plotting the EHR Vendor Landscape: Insights from Estes Park At the most recent Estes Park Institute conference, Robin Settle, a health care IT strategist at Kurt Salmon, discussed which EHR vendor stars are rising and which are falling. What insights did...
  3. Is Meaningful Use Still Meaningful? Insights from the HFMA Metro NY Fall Academy At the HFMA Metro New York Fall Academy , Gerard Nussbaum, a health IT specialist at Kurt Salmon, spoke about meaningful use adoption and compliance. What insights did you share? While many...
  4. Close EncountersMoving full- and off-price stores closer together creates sales opportunities for both Conventional wisdom says that a brand’s off-price, or outlet, stores cannibalize its full-price...
  5. Green FieldPicking the best-of-the-bunch organic brands The organic market is one of the most fertile in today’s food industry. In fact, sales of organic products are expected to grow 14% annually from...
  6. Sweating SmallBoutique studios are creating big investment opportunities Just like consumers in other consumer sectors, fitness consumers are looking for customization, variety and a unique experience. As a...
  7. 2020 VisionA Look Into the Future of Retail Five years ago, who would have thought that online-only retailers such as Bonobos would be opening brick-and-mortar locations and inking deals to sell their wares...
  8. Mom-and-Pops Are Cool AgainTechnology and consumer trends are conspiring to give local retailers another chance in the spotlight Just like bell-bottoms and leg warmers, mom-and-pop retailers are back. Not long ago, it seemed...
  9. Beyond the BoxYes, retailers need to do a better job of bringing customers to their stores, but they should also bring their stores to their customers These days, many apparel retailers are feeling hemmed in,...
  10. The Future of Wearables Is Beautifully Designed When chipmaker Intel and fashion house Opening Ceremony teamed up to create a wearable-technology product, odds were good that the outcome would be ugly. If not ugly, then clunky. Or bulky. Or...