How do you reimagine yourself in the context of a world that now is entirely digital? Customers are thinking very actively about how they actually create products and services that essentially create value for customers entirely digitally.
What we’re really seeing here is the integration of bricks and clicks says Cohen retail analyst Oliver Chen. Target really hit the bull’s eye on their numbers.
Brian Cornell, CEO of Target, discusses their second quarter earnings report which saw the largest growth in the company’s history.
It’s a great space a great and a great opportunity says Fiserv CEO Frank Bisignano. The opportunity to build things and grow is always a lot of fun. From large to small there’s a comeback in payments and we see growth going forward.
Doug McMillon, CEO of Walmart, discusses how the company has changed to become more digital over the last couple of quarters in response to the pandemic.
Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, feels that Fortnite is large enough and scaled enough and that Apple needs Fortnite more than Fortnite needs Apple… and Google too for that matter.
As long as the company continues to rely on other people’s money to make its bottom line it’s going to turn slodgy, slow, bureaucratic, and I think it will eventually fall apart.
What’s happened is the world has accelerated from physical to digital across almost every industry.
Dashcams and in general taping rides, etc. is actually technology that we’re working on says Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. I really would like to get something that balances safety and privacy, but it’s a lot of work to do so.