56% of consumers want a shared
cart across channels
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63% of consumers use their
phone for research in stores
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79% of consumers want personalized
service from an associate
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WHY COMPANIES WORK WITH US
Founded by industry-recognized retail consulting thought leaders, everyone in our firm has rich retail and restaurant industry experience. We have finely tuned our methodologies through more than 300 customer engagements and as a true partner, we make your problems our priority – and your goals our mission.
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‘Competing for mindshare and market share’: W Concept aims to popularize Korean fashion in the states
Glossy - The domestic Korean market is big business for Western brands like Chanel and Vetements — Vetements said last year in W Magazine that Korea was its second-biggest market after the U.S. Now Korean brands, in turn, are working hard to boost their visibility in the states. See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing, BRP...Read More
QSR - Mobile technology is radically altering customer expectations. Data showed that 58 percent of customers would visit a restaurant more often if experience-enhancing technologies were available...Read More
Grocery Dive - Retail Business Services, Ahold Delhaize’s services company, opened a 30,000-square-foot office this week in Quincy, Massachusets, which houses 200 information technology employees and an innovation lab, according to a company press release...Read More
RIS News - For two days in a row this weekend, Target experienced separate incidents which impacted registers and lines at the national retail chain. See comments from Ryan Grogman, SVP at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Glossy - Seeking out collaborators with mega-star power among young audiences is trending among luxury brands. Stella McCartney is the latest, announcing on Friday a new collection with Taylor Swift tied to Swift’s upcoming album, “Lover.” See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Convenience Store News - According a report by to retail management consulting firm BRP, only 18% of retailers are focused on increasing the convergence of physical and digital shopping environments, despite 82% of customers shopping and reviewing products online before purchasing in-store...Read More
Frozen & Refrigerated Buyer - The Ahold banner makes a couple of bold moves in an effort to differentiate itself from mainstream competitors. With a name like Giant Food Stores, consumers tend to expect a lot. See comments from Scott Langdoc, SVP at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
Luxury Daily - Consumers’ shopping habits are increasingly cross-channel, but new research finds retailers are putting more emphasis on consistency of experience rather than the convergence of their digital and physical channels. See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing ash BRP...Read More
Glossy - On Friday, Revolve made its Wall Street debut, one of several online fashion companies to go public in recent months. See comments from David Naumann, VP of Marketing at BRP, retail consulting firm...Read More
WHO WE ARE
We are a comprehensive retail consulting firm helping many of the most successful retailers and restaurant operators solve their business and technology problems. We focus on three key areas: IT strategy, vendor selection and project implementation. Based on our extensive industry experience and deep research insights, our clients engage us as a trusted adviser to help develop a pragmatic approach to adapt their people, processes and technology to the industry’s new paradigm.
WHAT WE DO
Leveraging our retail and restaurant expertise and proven methodologies, we develop strategy, selection and implementation approaches that are based on your environment and objectives. We have helped hundreds of leading businesses improve their technology and processes with our retail consulting practices.
ABOUT BRP CONSULTING
We are a comprehensive consulting firm helping many of the most successful retailers and restaurant operators solve their business and technology problems. We focus on three key areas: IT strategy, vendor selection and project implementation.