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- Future Of Retail & Consumer Goods
- Consumer trends & demands in the 21st century
- Winners in retail & why
- Organizational challenges for retailers and consumer companies in winning in the new retail landscape
- Future of e-commerce, mobile technologies, and the stores for retailers
- The New Rules of Retail! (Based on his recently released book)
Retail | Author | Change | Design | Disruptive Innovation | Ecommerce/Internet | Future | Management
Michael Dart is a private equity partner with global management consulting firm, A.T. Kearney. He is the co-author of The New Rules of Retail, a guide to succeeding in the modern retail environment.
In his more than twenty years of consulting, Michael has worked with many leading retailers, consumer products companies and private equity firms. He is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, global and national media, and trade journals.
Consulting magazine recognized Michael Dart as one of its Top 25 Consultants of 2010.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- The New Rules of Retail: Competing in the World's Toughest Marketplace (2010)
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