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Building a flawless brick-and-mortar experience in the omnichannel era
When it comes to brick-and-mortar stores, retailers must keep in mind that shoppers no longer visit physical stores because they must but because they want to.
Agility in the introduction of new products: how crowdsourcing can help
Although manufacturers invest in research tools to ensure the relevance of a new offering, until the product actually hits the shelf, one can only guess how consumers will react.
Consumer report: Meat Substitutes
To learn more about how and why consumers are slowly moving towards a meatless lifestyle, we asked our community of mobile users to tell us about their consumption of meat alternatives. Find out all answers in our Meat Substitutes consumer report.
Big award night: Deloitte Fast50 and CXA'19
Roamler is among the fastest growing companies of the Netherlands and winner of the CXA'19
¿Cómo parametrizar la implementación de otc en canal pharma?
En Europa, la industria OTC vale casi 3 billones de euros, una extensa Comunidad como la de Roamler desplegada por toda España, representa una gran OPORTUNIDAD para los Laboratorios, que pueden obtener una visión completa en cuestión de días.
Infographic: ready meals in Europe
In Europe, more than 80% of consumers opt for a ready meal to save time and enjoy different cuisines without needing special cooking skills.
Driving sales in convenience stores: 3 ways the Crowd can help
Convenience stores are difficult to trace and categorize in updated databases. Here are 3 ways a professional Crowd can help your business drive growth in this channel.
Roamler Care: working smarter in healthcare
With Roamler Care, independent healthcare professionals can benefit from the first platform that enables them to access, choose and perform individual tasks according to their preference.
The challenges of out-of-stock in Europe
The European OOS rate is around 8.6% and about one third of OOS situations can be attributed to replenishment problems. How do consumers respond to that?