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The Brick-and-Mortar Battlefield: 4 Tactics to Prevent Becoming Another Amazon Casualty

By Eric Calderon | industry | 18 September, 2017

If you’ve been following retail news lately, you may have noticed the disagreements about the manifestation of brick-and-mortar retail. Insiders have been referring to retail as an industry searching for answers. Some have been left scratching their heads, wondering: why would Amazon open brick-and-mortar locations? The answer is that physical stores offer a unique customer […]

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Volunteering Time, Local Impact

By Patricia Smith | day-of-service | 04 September, 2017

The team at Euclid is lucky that our office is in San Francisco’s Mission District. We have the best microclimate in the city – one that offers sunshine and warmth with sweeping views of the Twin Peaks, Sutro Tower and the hills of Bernal Heights Park. And we have the pleasure of being a part […]

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3 Brands Taking a Fryer to the Fast Food Industry

By Eric Calderon | industry | 25 August, 2017

Food may be king, but customer experience is queen…and she wears the pants in the relationship. The quick service restaurant industry experienced a full course of innovation over the past 3 years – increasing the number of delivery options, the expansion of digital technologies, and the proliferation of new loyalty tactics to name a few. […]

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4 QSR Brands Supersizing The Customer Experience

By Grant Barnekow | industry | 18 August, 2017

If you haven’t seen The Founder on Netflix, grab some popcorn (or french fries) and cancel whatever you had planned tonight . Directed by John Hancock, The Founder details the story of how Ray Kroc (played by Michael Keaton) took a small burger joint in Southern California and made it the most iconic Quick Serve […]

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Are These 3 Companies Actually Amazon Resistant?

By Matt Maus | industry | 10 August, 2017

As consumer shopping behaviors continue to shift and some even call for a ‘retail apocalypse’, three retailers consistently buck the trend and drive growth. The three retailers in question have different approaches for the same goal; fend off Amazon and the disruption of brick-and-mortar retail. Burlington Stores (BURL) has taken advantage of the over-inventoried US Retail […]

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