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Perch Interactive is a revolutionary interactive display company that works specifically in retail environments. The engineering team works with Protocase to design and manufacture systems and product displays that incorporate projectors and 3D sensor technology in order to attract, engage and inform customers interacting with the retail display. Their philosophy is for users to touch the products, pick them up and touch the LCD screen to be introduced to various forms of informative digital media. Look for Perch Interactive in the near future to incorporate displays for all the scales of retail which can connect to mobile devices and detect user presence. www.perchinteractive.com www.protocase.com
From strip plazas to large shopping malls, there’s 284 million square feet of rentable retail space in Canada. Despite the competitive nature of this market, many owners and operators don’t understand how their energy costs are made up so that they can manage and protect their assets. Attend this seminar to learn about available sub-metering solutions for active energy monitoring and management; how a pay-per-use model for utilities can translate to more attractive rental rates; how to plan capital investments and maintain operational health; and about the ways to extend the life and value of your mechanical equipment. Speakers: Scott Beneteau, VP, Sales at Enercare Wilson Chung, Manager, Field Support & Product Integration at Enercare Connections Daniel Zacarelli, Manager Technical Sales...
Mike Dudbridge from the University of Lincoln outlines the engineering opportunities for food industry/retail environment Link to presentation slides: https://connect.innovateuk.org/web/sustainable-agriculture-and-food-innovation-platform/documents?p_p_auth=OTLIksC9&p_p_id=20&p_p_lifecycle=0&p_p_state=normal&p_p_mode=view&_20_struts_action=%2Fdocument_library%2Fview_file_entry&_20_redirect=https%3A%2F%2Fconnect.innovateuk.org%2Fweb%2Fsustainable-agriculture-and-food-innovation-platform%2Fdocuments%3Fp_p_auth%3DOTLIksC9%26p_p_id%3D20%26p_p_lifecycle%3D0%26p_p_state%3Dnormal%26p_p_mode%3Dview%26_20_entryEnd%3D20%26_20_displayStyle%3Dicon%26_20_viewEntries%3D1%26_20_viewFolders%3D1%26_20_expandFolder%3D0%26_20_folderStart%3D0%26_20_action%3DbrowseFolder%26_20_struts_action%3D%252Fdocument_li...
Gregory Polletta on engineering design and innovation at world retail congress
WHY SHOULD I HIRE YOU is often the last question you will be asked in an interview. Prepare for it. This is your chance to restate the skills you possess that are most relevant to the position and to summarize your other qualities that make you the perfect person for the job, and that's why they should hire you. Outline your answer before you go in, so that you can answer clearly, concisely, and with confidence. Your answer should be short and to the point. It should reflect your professional background as it relates to current needs and problems of the position. Review the job description and tell how you are the right person for the job by matching up your skill set with each bullet point of the job description. In formulating your answer as to why they should hire you, be sure to a...
The previous episode is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9aJXBreNyZg In this weeks "State of Electronics", the conversation continues by exploring the 1970's & early 80's when the retailing of electronics to hobbyists exploded onto the Australian scene. This period saw the rise of Dick Smith and his retail chain "Dick Smith Electronics" as well as many others who reinvigorated the industry. Gone were the dusty days of "over the counter" electronics and in was "self service". It also heralded the marketing of Electronics, with advertising campaigns, marketing stunts, catalogues and more. In a future "in-focus special" on Dick Smith, we will explore the techniques and marketing tricks he used in more detail, plus cover some great stories too long to include in this episode. A special t...
For more on Doug Stephens: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speakers/douglas-stephens In this video, Doug Stephens, author of "Re-engineering Retail: The Future of Retail in a Post-Digital World," looks at the 5 key elements needed to build a remarkable retail customer experience.
Customers return about 23% of their purchases both in-store and online, costing retailers $643 billion per year. Can artificial intelligence eliminate returns through virtual 3D try-on?
Retail design requires understanding end user criteria and schedule/volume demands
OSA DC is a decentralized, AI-driven blockchain platform that collects and analyzes data from retailers, manufacturers, consumers, and open data sources in real-time.
For more on Doug Stephens: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speakers/douglas-stephens In a landscape where the online retail experience seems to be constantly expanding, what does this mean for more traditional brick-and-mortar stores? Doug Stephens, author of "Re-engineering Retail: The Future of Retail in a Post-Digital World" examines how and why physical stores need to change in order to survive.
Craig Huchel with Management Recruiters of Indianapolis-North has a job opening for an Industrial Engineer. 317-582-0202 Ext 1214 email@example.com www.mrindianapolis.com "It's an adventure being a Distribution and Supply Chain Recruiter with Management Recruiters Indianapolis-North! I get to help many clients fill various types of Distibution and Supply Chain jobs and in turn I help Distribution and Supply Chain candidates find rewarding positions."
Isobel, Manna, and Saba play with strategies and softwares that big box retailers use to efficiently stock their shelves and talk about the engineer's burning desire to know how things work. WEMADEIT wants to make engineering a choice all girls could imagine for themselves.
This video is dedicated to all the retail engineers who are the "vishwakarmas" in the true sense but seldom receive the recognition they deserve. A sneak peak at their creativity and diligence
08 common Interview question and answers - Job Interview Skills 1. "Tell me a little about yourself." You should take this opportunity to show your communication skills by speaking clearly and concisely in an organized manner. Because there is no right or wrong answer for this question, it is important to appear friendly. 2. "What are your strengths?" This is a popular interview question. They want to know what you think of yourself. Although this is a general question, there is a wrong and right answer. The wrong answer is a generic answer saying you are organized and friendly. Although it will not hurt you during the interview, it will certainly not help you either. Answer this question based on the type of job you are applying for. 3. "What are your weaknesses?" For this answer,...
“We’re not witnessing the death of retail,” declares Doug Stephens, author of *Re-engineering Retail: The Future of Retail in a Post-Digital World,* but rather the next step in its evolution. Embrace the change; transform your perception; reap the benefits. More about Retail Speaker and Futurist Doug Stephens: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speakers/douglas-stephens