Executive Interviews


No Joke: How ‘Instant Delivery’ Can Change the Shopping Paradigm

In a Q&A, Jokr co-founder Zachary Dennett discusses how he believes ultra-convenience can support lower costs and new shopping habits that consumers will find superior to traditional in-store shopping and existing e-commerce options.


Inside Save A Lot’s New Branding Campaign

Save A Lot is stepping out from years of quiet reinvention with an energetic and distinct new message that customers like “like, a lot a lot,” Marketing SVP Tim Schroder says.

In an interview with WGB, Shopic co-founder Raz Golan discusses a clip-on AI device that goes beyond helping customers skip the checkout line by further streamlining the experience through personalization and contextualized promotions.

In an interview with WGB, the executive discusses capturing the tailwinds, and the economic spoils, of changing consumer trends.

The president of the Williamsville, N.Y.-based supermarket chain on its nearly $80 million investment into its stores in the past three years and how "e-commerce is critically important to the future of Tops."

The chief innovation officer eyes "rewriting the invisible rules of money," behind a system that allows workers to access pay as they go and employers to improve retention and hiring.

SKUx co-founder Bobby Tinsley, a former musician, sings the praises of blockchain transforming the promotion into a trackable, secure form of payment.

Steven Rosenberg shares how he and his team overcame the challenges of last year, and what he hopes his legacy will be.

The founder of the marketplace option now adopted by a number of U.S. grocers and distributors joins WGB's Breakroom to discuss what he calls a flexible and profitable avenue to compete with online giants by expanding virtual assortments—and integrating them into omnichannel.

In an exclusive Q&A, Anthony Hucker addresses IPO ambitions, competition and a five-year transformation that's rolled into its final phase.

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