Tech Tour ShopTalk 2022
It’s already over!
Founded in 2016, ShopTalk has quickly become America’s largest retail innovation show in just three years and is now widely recognized as the global home for retail innovators. retail.
Launched this year, Shoptalk Europe took place in London from June 6-8. More than 2,500 participants from retailers, brands, startups, investors, media and analysts were present to discover the latest innovations and trends that continue to transform the commerce sector.
Find the daily debriefs and startup interviews just below… Good viewing!
Monday 6 June 2022 – First debrief: The first Shoptalk in Europe!
This emblematic American retail trade show moved to London for the first time. Main topic of this Shoptalk: The future of the retail! Focus on the start-up company Nibble which allows you to shop for products in a simple and fast way. Many topics were discussed, but one topic was not mentioned, find out which one in this video.
Tuesday 7 June 2022 – Second recap debrief: Focus on delivery!
For this second debrief, Elisabeth returns to delivery, a subject discussed by many start-ups during this Shoptalk Europe 2022. Focus on the Israeli company Fox Group, the start-up Shopopop and What3Words which offers a solution which with 3 words defines a scope of delivery 3 square meters. Another trend very present in this edition: UX and websites. With two examples of startups AdAlong and Storyly.
Discover them in this video!
Wednesday, June 8, 2022 – final recap debrief: End of Shoptalk Europe!
For this last debrief from Shoptalk Europe, Elisabeth returns to 2 topics. Morrisons recalled that the retail sector has difficulty recruiting and to date, he is the first to hire his salespeople for 10 pounds an hour. The second focus is on the Carrefour brand, which offers new innovations… To find out what Matthieu thinks of this 2022 edition of Shoptalk, it’s over here !
Review: London, the embodiment of the next food trade battle?
The Shoptalk Europe edition was therefore held in London this year. Is this choice completely neutral? In fact, London is also home to seven Amazon Fresh, these stand-alone stores that have definitely done away with waiting at the checkout.
In fact, Aldi, Tesco, Sainsbury’s have all reacted by launching their own own stand-alone stores either with Amazon technologies or using startups like AiFi present on the show while Amazon Walk Out was a sponsor. In short, Amazon is now targeting Europe in the physical food trade and has made London its testing ground. It will be interesting to follow the response of food distributors!
Our two experts, Elisabeth Menant and Matthieu Jolly, discovered new retail solutions, innovative equipment for the point of sale and took the opportunity to discover new store experiences.
They will accompany a group of Club members to discover a selection of innovative startups present at the show.