OXIRMOxford Institute of Retail Management (UK)
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In this very different world, OXIRM started first to track, then to try to explain, then to advise on, international moves by retailers.
OXIRM put together its list for Europe at the end of the 1980s:
In 1995, the European Retail Digest included an article by Henk de Wilt and Trichy Krishnan (1), following an OXIRM European Retailing Seminar dedicated to the concept of supply chain management.
Earlier OXIRM research was published in the series of Oxford Reports of Retailing.
To kick start the discussion, participants were given a presentation on retail development in India - a summary of the findings of the initial stages of research work undertaken in India by OXIRM earlier in the year.
However, relevant strategic options and key indicators were identified for each scenario, which confirmed OXIRM research.
I help source and coordinate US speakers for OXIRM events, such as the Oxford Retail Futures Group and the Conference on Retailing in Asia Pacific.
Interviewed by OXIRM's Elizabeth Howard, Guttery is unapologetically passionate for retailing.
So in this issue, OXIRM affiliate Paula Payton showcases the Kid's Republic bookstore in Beijing.
Chapter 9, 'The Retailing Sector: Barrow Boys, Big Business and New Technology' was written by Jonathan Reynolds, Academic Director of OXIRM. I'll come back to this chapter.
He analyses the nature of retail innovation and format change using some of the latest research from OXIRM, and then he returns to an area of special expertise, the use of technology in retailing, and more particularly, the limits to and constraints on the better use of technology.