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  • Street Culture: Balancing Structure and Exploration in Company Culture

    … values around the customer. At software platform development company Dispatch, the company’s fixation on providing the best service for the customer means that even new employees might need to travel. At meal delivery service company Lish, focus on the customer is one of the company’s three core values. And at in-store analytics company RetailNext…

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  • Street Culture: How RetailNext’s Growth Is Driven by Diversity

    … In-store analytics company RetailNext will celebrate its ninth birthday in about a month. As the company has grown, according to CEO Alexei Agratchev, it has experienced two “productivity peaks,” where fewer people are doing a huge amount of work. Then new hires are brought on, and the productivity stays about the same for a few months…

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  • Street Fight Daily: Uber Racks Up Big Losses, Businesses Coming to WhatsApp

    … service in New Zealand. The project is a partnership between Domino’s and Flirtey — a drone delivery startup — and it’s set to launch later this year in test markets. Openings and New Hires at YP, RetailNext, and TigerPistol (Street Fight) Every two weeks, Geoff Michener covers some of the latest job changes taking place in this dynamic industry…

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  • 6 Smart Ways Retailers Can Use Heat Maps to Drive Conversions

    ….’ Solutions can be changes to signage, product descriptions or use depictions, merchandising assortment or displays. The key is to understand which areas or fixtures are traffic drivers and which ones are engagement drivers.” (Shelley E. Kohan, RetailNext) 3. Suggesting products based on in-store paths “Currently heat maps show density, which can…

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