Tag: Profitero Podcast
Profitero Podcast Q&A: What an Amazon/Whole Foods Acquisition Would Mean for Tech, Retail & Grocery
By on July 06, 2017

In an edited transcript of their recent podcast discussion, Profitero’s Keith Anderson speaks to Jason Del Rey of technology news site Re/code about what the Whole Foods acquisition means to both Amazon and Whole Foods, and what it means to the grocery industry. Click here to listen to or download the podcast. Keith Anderson:  Let’s…

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By on June 07, 2017

This Q&A originally appeared in Internet Retailer. Online grocery shopping is widely regarded as the fastest growing segment in the overall grocery retail market. A recent report by FMI-Nielsen projects that online grocery spending could increase from 4.3 percent of total U.S. food and beverage sales currently to as much as 20 percent by 2025 –…

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By on April 20, 2017

The online channel represents a massive opportunity for new and emerging brands, enabling challenger brands to grab a disproportionate share of the market. Profitero’s SVP Strategy and Insights Keith Anderson speaks to Arnold Ventura, VP of Business Development at Califia Farms, a plant-based beverage manufacturer in California (which also happens to be a Profitero customer)….

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By on May 26, 2016

Profitero Podcast Round-up: The First 10 Episodes

 
 
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Profitero’s Podcast series collaborates with industry thought leaders and influencers to discuss the key eCommerce trends impacting the CPG and retail sector today. Not surprisingly, how to optimize performance on Amazon is at the heart of many of these discussions. In case you’ve missed any, here’s our round-up of the first 10 episodes to enjoy…

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By on May 05, 2016

As part of our continuing Podcast series, Profitero’s Keith Anderson interviewed Mark White, a founding partner and president of content26 which provides enhanced eCommerce content development for Amazon and other leading online marketplaces. In this episode, Keith and Mark discuss exactly what ‘above the fold’ and ‘below the fold’ content means, as well as the key connection…

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