Euclid Blog

Introducing New Predictive Metrics to Analyze Store Visit Behavior

By Rachel Wolan | news | 05 December, 2017

Euclid leverages proprietary machine learning and large data set to predict which customers will visit a physical location Since Euclid’s founding, our mission has been to map the physical world. As the foundational layer of the offline world, Euclid’s network has seen 100s of millions of unique devices and trillions of data points collected solely […]

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Wanna Get Breakfast At Tiffany’s?

By Brent Franson | industry | 26 November, 2017

This week, Tiffany’s opened its Blue Box Cafe at its Fifth Avenue flagship store. It’s both a sign of the times and a signal of the retailer’s savviness. The company is getting close to its second century and, setting its cultural icon status aside, you don’t survive for 180 years without being able to read the tea […]

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Black Friday vs. Cyber Monday: Who Wins 2017?

By Matt Maus | industry | 10 November, 2017

With two of the biggest retail days less than a month out, I wanted to explore the background and evolution of Black Friday and Cyber Monday. As these shopping holidays are competing to be the biggest day, I am curious to see how retailers are adjusting their strategies and most importantly, who will arise the […]

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Guide to Creating a Killer In-store Experience

By Lindsay Houle | bestpractices | 02 November, 2017

While not all relationships are created equal, they all begin with the same fundamental framework. Get to know the individual, understand what makes them tick, recognize that they’re unique, and show them you value their time. This framework can help you create a killer in-store experience to engage and increase loyalty with your customers: Know […]

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3 Eras in the Evolution of Brick-and-Mortar Retail to a Digital Future With a Happy Ending

By Brent Franson | industry | 26 October, 2017

Recently, The New York Times asked if retail was at a historic tipping point. It’s a question that’s been asked by others – I’ve seen similar pieces in The Atlantic and The Wall Street Journal. There’s a reason for these articles: traditional brick-and-mortar retail is in trouble. Hemorrhaging jobs. Closing stores. Chapter 11s. This is a time […]

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