Amazon insights with Cooper Smith of L2 Gartner

Amazon insights with Cooper Smith of L2 Gartner

Cooper Smith, Director of Amazon Intelligence at L2 Gartner, is back to talk about Amazon, delivery, omni-channel and much more. Interview recorded at PostalVision2020 earlier this year.

  • Trends in click-and-collect and return in-store
  • Amazon’s weakness in omni-channel
  • What US retailers can learn from UK retailers in the omni-channel retail experience
  • How do retailers give customers the most purchasing and fulfilment options?
  • Cost incentives relating to e-commerce shipping
  • Geo-targeting of customers
  • Speed of delivery offered and the speed that customers want
  • Free delivery thresholds and membership programmes
  • Customer service in retail
  • Amazon delivering the last mile

Cooper was my guest in episode 57. Worth a listen!

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