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Stella Artois Display Named Best of the Times

Anheuser-Busch InBev launched an in-store campaign for its Stella Artois beer during the 2017 holiday season that paid homage to the brand’s heritage and craftsmanship. The display caught the eye of judges in the Path to Purchase Institute’s annual Design of the Times competition.

Leveraging Digital Partnerships to Drive Sales

Mondelez International has been exploring partnerships that prioritize digital to target shoppers that are typically out-of-range for the largely high-impulse-purchase snack manufacturer.

Built to demonstrate the company’s AI-based, overhead camera system as a means to power an autonomous shopping experience, Standard Cognition opened the first cashierless store in its hometown of San Francisco in September.

Amazon unveiled a new discovery feature for buying home products on the mobile phone or tablet called Amazon Scout. The visual tool is almost like a board of items and is similar to a tool that apps such as Stitch Fix employ for users to rate items with a thumbs up or down.

Johnsonville Sausage may have made up the "Bratsgiving" holiday, but thanks in part to the manufacturer's willingness to tailor unique activations, the August grilling program has become a regular calendar event for a growing list of major retailers.

Just how safe is it to drink tap water? That is the question posed by Primo Water in its Seedy Joints marketing campaign, which asks consumers to consider their options when it comes to procuring drinking water.

San Francisco-based Float Hybrid, a digital agency that brings innovative digital experiences to retail, announced a new tool called Float IQ, a software that asks shoppers or store staff questions in a quiz-like fashion to personalize and recommend products.

Arielle Charnas, fashion Instagram influencer and writer of an online style blog called Something Navy, has been elevated to headline her own exclusive brand at Nordstrom called Something Navy.

Supporting the launch of its new men’s athletic and leisure brand called Hill City, Gap Inc. has rolled out a chatbot to gather feedback on the clothes from men who sign up to be their “Wear Testers.”

Pinterest made two announcements that effectively widen its service.

Enhancing its loyalty program, Nordstrom has launched Nordy Club, a loyalty club that includes the usual point-based system accruing toward rewards as well as money-off when buying. Additionally, Nordy Club members who use the Nordstrom app will have access to a much more personalized experience.

Google unveiled new display ads in time for the holiday shopping season, per a recent Google Ads blog post. The post says that nearly two-thirds of shoppers rely on video for inspirational gift ideas, with 90% of them pointing to videos on YouTube.

In late September, Snapchat announced a visual shopping tool in testing that enables Snapchat users to buy items on Amazon using a smartphone’s camera while in Snapchat.

Apple has acquired location-based mobile app Shazam. The music app gives users the ability to identify the artists and songs playing near them. Apple says the app has more than 1 billion downloads, and the company will now offer Shazam ad-free.

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