Tim James on contactless payments in store
Season 2, Ep. 9
TAGR is an exciting new start up that aims to shake up the boundaries between brick-and-mortar and online retail. This week Dominique explores how to succeed in a start up, picking your co-founder, and how to pay for your shopping cart with a QR code.
Stay tuned for the second half (20:02), where Dr Jason Pallant from Swinburne University of Technology joins Producer Bec to give us a deep dive on three retail studies on sustainability, inspired by Costa and Kirsten from Designerex.
Beth Glancey: The second life of clothing with AirRobe
Season 2, Ep. 10
Beth Glancey has made her journey through some of the most respected and beloved retail brands in Australia, including David Jones and Sephora. Find out about her amazing career, her pivot into the tech marketplace AirRobe, and how circularity in fashion is changing the way our consumers engage with our brands.
Costa Koulis & Kirsten Kore: How renting a dress on Facebook turned into a sustainability marketplace
Season 2, Ep. 8
Designerex is the world's largest peer to peer designer dress sharing platform, born from Kirsten's attempt in 2016 to rent a dress on Facebook. Hear about Kirsten and Costa's journey from real estate to building one of Australia's best sustainability marketplaces and how to generate profit from pieces in your wardrobe.
Dominique Lamb: What international retail is doing at the World Retail Congress
Season 2, Ep. 7
Dominique is the interviewee this week as she recaps the many wonderful insights at the World Retail Congress in Rome. Learn about her trips to Fendi, Bulgari, IKEA and more and how they're bucking the notion of the high street for luxury brands, what conscious consumerism is and more.Also, we're introducing a new segment starting over the next few weeks - stay tuned to hear more about the Retail Research Recap with Dr Jason Pallant from Swinburne University of Technology.