Steve Dennis [Courtesy image]
“If you think the last few years of the COVID era was a wild ride, buckle up, buttercup.”
President and Founder
.…on Season 5 of his podcast “Remarkable Retail.”
In the preview for Season 5 of Dennis’ podcast “Remarkable Retail: How to Win and Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption,” he tells us to buckle up—and buckle up good.
“Things are only going to get tougher as retailers face escalating competition and increasing macroeconomic headwinds,” Dennis predicts.
“In an era where even very good is no longer good enough,” the retail guru says, “to rise above the rest, our only choice is to choose to be remarkable. And making this remarkable mind shift requires that we aim higher, act more boldly, and move much faster.”
Dallas-based Dennis is known for “telling it like it is.” With more than three decades of experience from the C-Suite at Fortune 500 retailers to boards to brand advisor, he’s earned his stripes. Today, he’s a speaker, advisor, and author who is “spreading the gospel” of staying remarkable in retail. As he puts it: “Shift happens … and even very good is no longer good enough.”
With podcast co-host Michael LeBlanc, Dennis promises to “challenge the status quo, dissect the latest trends, put the top retail news of the week in context, and make sense of the next era of modern retail.”
Dennis says he’s “back on the mic” on July 12 with the well-known marketer, entrepreneur, and best-selling author Seth Godin.
You can listen to “Remarkable Retail” on Apple podcasts and a number of other podcast sources.
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