COVID-19 has changed the consumer and retail forever.  While it will take time to see exactly what trends emerge from this crisis, it is already clear that stores are going to be asked to do more with less. As such, stores can’t afford to waste limited resources, fail to understand what is and isn’t working, or be slow to adjust to improve results. In short, it will be mission-critical to have peak performance in every store during every shift. This challenge is not insurmountable, but it requires the right playbook. 

Listen to 3 Keys for Stores to do More with Lessto learn how you can position your stores for success in the new retail landscape. Pulling from their time working with leading retailers, Graeme Grant and Heather Lemoine will provide perspective on: 

  • How the roles of Store Managers and Field Leaders have changed in the wake of COVID-19
  • Tactics Store Managers, Field Leaders, and HQ can use to help stores drive efficiency, smarter decisions, and agility
  • The best ways to set labor budgets, schedules, and daily action plans that empower stores to do more with less

About the Presenters: 

Graeme Grant is currently CEO of Blueday Inc. Graeme has spent the past 20 years applying advanced technology to solve critical retail business problems. He has held leadership positions with Salesforce Commerce Cloud, Demandware, and Oracle Retail and has been a key driver of several successful retail-focused start-ups. He helped found CQuotient a predictive intelligence company acquired by Demandware; was an early employee and leader at ProfitLogic which pioneered algorithmic modeling for retail and was acquired by Oracle; and a top executive at Allurent, a groundbreaking merchandising solution for online retailers. Early in his career, Graeme was Director of Digital Convergence for Borders Group Inc.  

Heather Lemoine is currently the Customer Success Director for Blueday, Inc. In her current role, she works hand-in-hand with leading retailers to drive maximum efficiency and effectiveness from their stores. Heather has nearly fifteen years of retail experience working in Store Leadership and Store Operations roles within the apparel sector.