Retail Gets Real
Summary: Retail impacts everyone, every day, everywhere. Join the National Retail Federation for authentic, insightful conversations with the industry's most interesting people. Hear retail executives, industry experts, entrepreneurs and influencers discuss trends, their career stories and the future of retail. Learn more at retailgetsreal.com.
Retail Gets Real episode 110: How the professional-wear company empowers women in the workplace through styling and community.
#109 Logistically speaking: Wayfair’s innovative supply chain
Senior Vice President of Customer Experience Shea Jensen shares why innovating in the retail space isn’t necessarily about being disruptive.
Retail Gets Real episode 107: VP of Technology Bindu Thota on creating millions of uniquely curated stores and launching 9000 new products every single day.
Retail Gets Real Episode 106: Getaway founder Jon Staff discusses creating a different hospitality experience with cabins in the woods.
Retail Gets Real Episode 105: The English “scent maverick” discusses her Jo Loves brand and how she is changing the world of fragrance for a second time.
Retail Gets Real Episode 104: Birchbox is appealing to casual beauty customers at the intersection of efficacy and delight with a new Walgreens partnership.
Retail Gets Real Episode 103: Insights from IBM and NRF’s groundbreaking global study on artificial intelligence and automation.
Episode 102 of Retail Gets Real: How Walmart is integrating technology into its supply chain and distribution processes.
Episode 101 of Retail Gets Real: TaskRabbit CEO Stacy Brown-Philpot on career leaps and great partnerships.
Retail Gets Real episode 100: How a focus on leadership and culture will help organizations weather industry changes.
Episode 99 of Retail Gets Real: Levi Strauss & Co. President and CEO Chip Bergh on reinventing an American icon.
Episode 98 of Retail Gets Real: Phil Wahba, senior writer at Fortune magazine, discusses the retail stories to watch in 2019.
Learn what the future of retail will demand from companies and how modern retailers are innovating for a new age.
NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay reflects on the year in retail and what 2019 will bring both NRF and the industry at large.