Chances are, you'll never deliver a pitch in an actual elevator. But it never hurts to master the art of describing your company in 40 seconds or less.
The Ultimate Elevator Pitch to the 61st Floor. The Salesforce Tower in San Francisco is America’s tallest building west of the Mississippi. It takes 40 seconds to ride an elevator to the 61st floor. On the day of the pitch competition, the elevator doors opened and inside stood Salesforce President and Chief Product Officer, Bret Taylor. The door closed and the elevator started to rise. The entrepreneur had 40 seconds and 61 floors to pitch his idea to Salesforce.
September 28, 2018
Due to the rapidly shifting nature of retail, Coresight Research is providing new tools and services to deliver critical business intelligence. Our recently launched Innovator Intelligence platform highlights some of the most promising, forward-looking companies around the globe and provides actionable analysis to help our clients and members anticipate change, collaborate and profit from the rapid innovation in retail.
September 17, 2018
E-commerce personalization engines are more powerful than ever, able to deliver highly differentiated product mixes and experiences to online shoppers. The use of geospatial analytics—or local market intelligence and store-specific purchase data—has helped further advance these engines’ capability, enabling retailers to better bridge the gap between online and offline shopping.
September 5, 2018
WOMEN'S WEAR DAILY
With a goal of increasing conversions, men’s lifestyle brand John Varvatos teamed with Radius8 Inc. to deploy the technology firm’s “local retail platform.”
April 11, 2018
When Edward Park took on the job of synthesizing fashion retailer Guess Inc.’s online and offline North America marketing two years ago, he decided that finding a way to streamline communication from the continental to local level required a balancing act.
December 20, 2017
Youth has beauty, energy and … money? Plenty of it, it seems. In the latest Data Drivers, Sandeep Bhanote, CEO of Radius8, noted the spending power, and power to influence commerce, that the younger generation holds.
April 25, 2017
STREET FIGHT MAGAZINE
One way that retailers are providing their website visitors with more personalized shopping experiences is by giving them real-time information about what’s available at their local stores. The specialty clothing retailer Zumiez partnered with the retail technology solutions provider Radius8 on exactly this type of endeavor. Together, the companies launched a “contextualized experience” in 650 brick-and-mortar stores
April 4, 2017
Retail in 2017 promises to be filled with digital innovation and technology disruption. The companies that will survive in the long term will know when to pull the trigger on the latest solutions while continuing to focus on the basics.
January 3, 2017
Fast and free returns have driven explosive growth in e-Commerce with the promise of unlimited convenience and no-hassle shopping for today’s consumer. Just order everything you could possibly want and return any and everything you don’t, no questions asked. This unbridled flexibility mixed with a flourish of technology keeps customers on their couches and out of stores. In this brave new shopping world, Amazon especially has become the juggernaut, casting a long shadow over retailers across the spectrum.
November 15, 2016
Retail tech startup Radius8 announced on Monday the launch of its technology platform with Guess. Guess will serve as the company’s launch partner and the technology will roll out across Guess stores this summer.
March 16, 2016
New Jersey-based retail tech startup Radius8 has added cloud-based tools that allow retailers to drive foot traffic directly to their stores using Facebook.
September 29, 2016
Retail TouchPoints sat down with the founder and CEO of Radius8 for a Q&A focused on helping retailers capitalize on growing digital traffic and converting that to foot traffic and sales in their brick-and-mortar stores.
September 20, 2016
THE INDUSTRY LONDON
Other technology providers are also searching for ways to convert online browsers into offline shoppers. In the US, Guess is working with start-up Radius8, a cloud-based platform that enables Guess to see what local browsers are searching online and offer those products in their nearest store. They can also serve up local promotions specific to those products.
June 15, 2016
Radius8, a Princeton, NJ-based SaaS company has just raised $1 million in seed funding. The round was led by Brooklyn Bridge Ventures with participation from ARC Angel Fund, Commerce Ventures and Tigerlabs. “Sandeep [Bhanote] is a proven and successful entrepreneur with incredible drive and tenacity,” ARC Angel Fund’s managing partner, Mike Kelly said.
Guess announced that it will be one of Radius8's launch partners this summer, rolling out the new tech platform to help its shoppers find the products they see online at their local store
May 26, 2016
REAL ESTATE WEEKLY
REW TV takes a look at the coolest tech at ICSC Recon in Las Vegas. From touchable videos that help companies sell goods to programs that count cars and people on city streets, these start-ups offer new ways to boost sales.
May 24, 2016
Modern retail is all about omnichannel but finding the sweet spot where the website helps drive traffic into stores and where the stores help drive shoppers online (all while increasing, rather than cannibalising, sales) is hard. Now Guess is planning a tech assault designed to get those clickers through its physical store doors, in the US at least.
May 15, 2016
WOMEN'S WEAR DAILY
The denim maker and retailer will be the launch partner for New Jersey-based Radius8’s new cloud platform technology.
May 13, 2016
Radius8, a Princeton-N.J.-based retail tech start-up, is launching a new Cloud-based platform that it said will enable storefront retailers to showcase their local inventory online and drive traffic to their showrooms.
May 12, 2016
C O N T A C T U S