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CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.

CONSUMERS, SHOPPERS OR JUST PLAIN PEOPLE

Steve Schildwachter’s recent piece deserves wider play so I’m posting it here. As we think about influencing behavior in-store, it’s worth recalling that we’re dealing with people with varying degrees of Retail IQ, different tools, e.g., smartphone, and a variety of shopping goals.