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Inventory Data Could Help Turn The Tide for Brick-and-Mortar Retailers

Annie Melton

Inventory Data Could Help Turn The Tide for Brick-and-Mortar Retailers

The rapid growth of Amazon, and the high-profile decline of brick-and-mortar retailers like Borders, masks a surprising statistic: e-commerce makes up only 5-10% of total retail sales in the country. During a panel at Street Fight’s Local Data Summit in Denver Tuesday, panelist argued that bringing inventory data online could provide small, brick-and-mortar stores with an advantage over their online-only competitors…

Charting Consumer Behavior In the Real World

Stephanie Miles

Charting Consumer Behavior In the Real World

At Street Fight’s Local Data Summit on Tuesday, LocalSEOGuide proprietor Andrew Shotland started off a morning panel discussion on charting consumer behavior in the real world by asking panelists how close the local data industry is to being able to collect and aggregate the location of consumers, and then sell that information directly to marketers…

#LDS14 As New Sensors Emerge, Risks and Rewards in Location Data

Annie Melton

#LDS14 As New Sensors Emerge, Risks and Rewards in Location Data

The bulk of location data may come from smartphone’s today, but a new wave of sensors could open up a range of new possibilities for developers and businesses to interact with consumers a given place. During a panel at Street Fight’s Local Data Sumit in Denver Tuesday, speakers from Intel, Qualcomm, and KS Technologies discussed the way chip-level innovations are driving the local tech space, and how new sensors could open up a flood of consumer location data.