1. The Path to the Store of the Future We all know the retail industry is evolving—quickly. No one will argue with the fact that consumers have unprecedented choice, access and information and, as a result, are growing to expect...
  2. Mobile Payments 2.0: What’s Next? As consumers increasingly look to manage all aspects of their life with their mobile devices, mobile payments have grown at a staggering rate. A Kurt Salmon and Prosper Corp. survey of 8,000...
  3. Deckers on PLM Benefits Kurt Salmon helped one client cut through the complexities of modern product development, prepare for intense growth and focus on creating great products. 8 January 2013
  4. Transforming the world’s leading retail and consumer products companies Brooks Kitchel, head of Kurt Salmon’s global Retail and Consumer Products Group, explains our work focused on improving the performance of top retail and consumer products companies and how...
  5. 1:1 Retailing—Madison Riley on Key Benefits Madison Riley, managing partner of Kurt Salmon's North American Retail and Consumer Products Group, describes the significant potential of developing one-to-one retailing environments that...
  6. Harnessing the Power of Customer Data Madison Riley, managing partner of Kurt Salmon's North American Retail and Consumer Products Group, discusses the incredible power retailers and brands can derive from applying advanced...
  7. The Kurt Salmon ReviewRetail. Consumer Products. Private Equity. Strategy. Issue 01 Welcome to the first issue of the Kurt Salmon Review. In this bi-annual publication, we will highlight the most important strategic...
  8. Laying the Groundwork for Future GrowthTop Retail IT Trends of 2013 and Beyond 2012 represented a year of significant change for the retail industry. Demands to deliver compelling, personalized, cross-channel experiences to...
  9. After Strong Holiday, Restaurant Sales Moderating After a surprising surge in December, restaurant sales came down a bit in January. And consumer sentiment continues to be flat, suggesting little impetus for sales growth in the short term,...
  10. Stores BetaWhy Stores Should Behave More like Online Retailers For more than a decade, conventional wisdom had it that online retailing would be the demise of the brick-and-mortar store. However, to borrow an...