Retail Radicals

Are You a Radical?

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Are you a Radical?

We’re looking for individuals from traditional retailers and brands who understand the seismic shifts occurring across all consumer-facing industries as a result of a new consumer culture empowered by technology. And who are making meaningful changes in their organizations to disrupt.

Our Awards will recognize Radicals from all sectors of the industry who are leading their companies into the future with innovations in products, partnerships, systems, workplace culture, marketing, services and across all functions in the supply chain from creation to point of sale.

  • Do you think like a Radical? Radicals have the courage, conscience and creativity to champion innovation in their organizations by understanding and activating the seismic power shift to the consumer. These change agents anticipate the future, recognize macro trends and snap their companies out of the past to create new models.
  • Do you operate like a Radical? Radicals are driving fundamental strategic and structural transformations within their organizations to create new models. They innovate game-changing partnerships, cultural shifts, sustainability strategies and technologies to new consumer propositions.
  • Do you qualify as a Radical? Radicals drive transformation strategically or structurally, to increase the value (including social values) that the new-world consumers are demanding. They are any age or job title.

You can nominate yourself or a colleague. Radical innovations must have been created/implemented in the past 18 months.

Just complete the nomination form here. Deadline for Awards entries is December 23, 2018. Then what happens? A Robin Report editorial team will screen all nominations and select 10 Finalists. A finals jury of prestigious industry leaders will select the three Radicals winners who will be announced at a gala Awards celebration in March 2019.

Apply early and your company may be featured in Robin Report content celebrating innovation.

Apply here >>

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