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Crucial steps towards successful grocery expansion
Are you looking to expand your grocery brand quickly and effectively? By recognizing what key factors drive your sales and by how much, SiteZeus can support your brand’s current expansion plans. Understanding key sales drivers are crucial steps in the continued success of any expansion strategy. Most importantly, while these insights used to take days, weeks, or even months for other solutions to produce, SiteZeus’ Synergy Grid can present this vital information in a matter of minutes. Through fast and accurate data analysis, the Synergy Grid investigates the correlations between brand locations and conveniently displays findings in a highly reportable manner. To learn more on how the Synergy Grid can benefit you, see this tool in action by watching this short video or by scheduling a demo below:
Retail brands look beyond A.I. to solve for locations
“Artificial intelligence is going to change everything, everything, 180 degrees…There is no way to beat the machines, so you’d better bone up on what makes them tick.” Mark Cuban, American businessman, and investor.
Thank you for stopping by at ICSC RECon 2019
Thank you for a successful ICSC RECon 2019! We hope you were lucky enough to partake in our #FREEcon Giveaway.
How to use mobile data to select restaurant locations
Growing a multi-unit franchise into an empire comes with growing pains. Having a winning concept isn’t enough anymore. Even those topping this year’s Emerging Brands list aren’t immune. Location remains a major success factor for brick-and-mortar brands.
How Steve Jobs changed modern location intelligence
Retail chains that are benefiting from the tech revolution sweeping through the location intelligence industry owe a big thank you to Steve Jobs. Smartphones that millions of people now carry with them everywhere are allowing retail brands to capture more data and insights on consumer behavior and travel patterns than ever before.
Retail revolution – how modern data sets are changing the landscape
Site selection strategy is becoming more advanced. Data is easier to collect and analyze, and expansion can be determined in minutes instead of months. In fact, this BBQ chain is expanding in a shifting marketplace because of how they’re harnessing modern data sets.
How can geosocial data explain performance differences between two stores?
SiteZeus’ platform uses Spatial.ai’s geosocial data to “score” an area for existing behaviors, in addition to providing more detailed sales forecasting.
Can social media predict retail revenue?
How well do you know your customer? Chains and franchise brands are discovering that they may not know their customers nearly as well as they think – which is resulting in costly location mistakes.
Earl of Sandwich® chooses SiteZeus to help grow sandwich-inventing legacy
In 1762, John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich, invented the sandwich. Today, the brand founded by his descendants, Earl of Sandwich®, is partnering with SiteZeus to bring their legacy of fresh and innovative dining to more locations than ever before.
Savvy webinar: Get surgical with site selection, get Savvy
Enjoy the SiteZeus Savvy webinar as Keenan Baldwin and Daniel Black of SiteZeus, showcase our new cloud-based platform. If you’re an emerging brand, a broker, developer, or municipality looking to better understand the variables that drive site performance, you won’t want to miss this!
How well do you know your customer?
We’ve all seen the headlines of the so called “retail apocalypse” underway with major retail chains that are shuttering brick-and-mortar locations. Yet store closings ranging from Gymboree and Sears to Applebee’s seem to conflict with a positive outlook for consumer spending.
Chains learn harsh lessons in NYC: technology is key to survival
New York City has long been the epicenter for retail and restaurant chains. Not only is it home to a huge consumer market, but it also has that “it factor” that attracts everything from flagship stores to pop-ups. Yet – for the first time in more than a decade – chains are closing more stores in New York City than they’re opening.