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Prime Challenge – How Amazon Prime Has Changed Retailing

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Date of PublicationDecember 17, 2018
FormatAdobe PDF
LicenseEnterprise-Wide Internal - Subject to Fair Use License
GeographyWorldwide or by Region
Author(s)Greg Buzek

Amazon Prime continues to radically transform consumer behavior. The advent of free two-day shipping, membership, and other benefits from Amazon provide a compelling reason for consumers not to visit stores. Retailers are actually driving consumers to Amazon by not addressing issues important to their customers. We address what retailers can do to not only attract
customers, but keeping those customers coming back.

This paper is based on a recent consumer survey.  We highlight the challenges presented and how retailers need to align their stores and execution to why consumers continue to come to their stores Finally, we offer 4 specific solutions that retailers must have in place to succeed going forward.

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