Amelia Poling


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Customer acquisition costs are higher than ever before. This means that retailers must perfect their personalization strategies to drive brand loyalty and increase customer lifetime value. In the latest CommerceNext webinar, “Spinning Up a Personalization Flywheel,” our panel of experts discussed how their companies have tackled personalization at scale.

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For their premier research report of 2022, CommerceNext partnered with CommX — the recently launched community formed to guide brands and retailers into a new era of digital commerce growth through research, benchmarking data, best practices and more.  The report 2022 Digital Trends and Investment Priorities  surveyed top brand and retail marketing executives  to ascertain their plans for navigating this next year during one of the most disruptive eras of digital marketing ever, shaped by rising acquisition costs and the aftershocks of iOS 14/15's privacy changes. 

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Lack of cooperation is a huge and consistent obstacle for retailers across the globe in achieving optimal customer experience. It’s up to an entire company’s culture, from the top down, to prioritize CX.  The recent CommerceNext webinar, “The Secret to a Great Ecommerce Experience? Collaboration!” covered these ongoing issues in ecommerce with the help of some of the most collaboration-forward minds in the industry. 

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At a time where personalization is vital to creating smooth digital experiences for your customers, it is actually harder to achieve than ever before. With demanding customers and stricter privacy standards, this new year comes with new challenges for retailers. In a recent webinar, “A New Year, A New Ecommerce Reality: Differentiating Through Digital Experience” leaders in the ecommerce industry put their heads together to solve these issues. 

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As demands for greater internet privacy and data protection ramp up, third-party data will become significantly less impactful. By investing in a loyalty program, brands can offer shoppers a clear incentive for intentionally sharing their personal information, i.e. zero party data. In the recent webinar, “Unlocking Zero-Party Data with Loyalty,” CommerceNext welcomed to discuss the power of this data and the effects of the crumbling cookies. 

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Julie Bornstein has years of experience with fashion ecommerce brands, including Nordstrom, Sephora, Urban Outfitters and Stitch Fix. She built Nordstrom’s online presence, oversaw Sephora’s website and loyalty program, served as the Head of Ecommerce for Urban Outfitters and helped grow Stitch Fix while preparing for its IPO. Now, Bornstein serves as the CEO and Founder of THE YES, a start-up building the future of ecommerce using artificial intelligence to power personalized product recommendations.

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Julie Bornstein has years of experience with fashion ecommerce brands, including Nordstrom, Sephora, Urban Outfitters and Stitch Fix. She built Nordstrom’s online presence, oversaw Sephora’s website and loyalty program, served as the Head of Ecommerce for Urban Outfitters and helped grow Stitch Fix while preparing for its IPO. Now, Bornstein serves as the CEO and Founder of THE YES, a start-up building the future of ecommerce.

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