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How Tesco, De Beers and others use digital to enhance the in-store experience

Tesco has announced the roll out of new digital screens that will deliver customised ads based on the age and gender of its customers.

It’s an interesting move and is just the latest example of brick-and-mortar retailers using digital technologies to help personalise the shopping experience.

Read on to find out more about Tesco’s latest trial as well as details of recent examples of other brands that are embracing digital in-store.

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17 useful examples of EU Cookie Law compliance

The EU e-Privacy Directive was introduced last year as a way of forcing websites to be more open about the type of cookies they used to track visitors.

Initially there was quite a lot of apprehension as site owners were concerned that they’d be forced to add intrusive pop-ups and force visitors to opt-in before they could begin using the site.

Thankfully the Information Commissioners Office (ICIO) took a lenient approach to enforcement and allowed sites to use an ‘implied consent’ measure, which means that they can get away with simply making their cookie policy more prominent rather than explicitly asking for users to accept cookies.

Even brands that do explicitly inform users that the site uses cookies generally don’t give an option to opt-out, but instead direct people to change the settings in their browser.

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Digital transformation: creating value for customers in the travel sector

I'm continuing my journey, exploring what digital transformation means in the real world. I’ve been speaking to David Jarvis from TUI Travel plc (the world’s largest leisure travel company). 

David works for Specialist Holidays Group (SHG) within TUI and is currently VP of Customer Engagement for Marine brands Sunsail and The Moorings. His experience with online goes back to the mid-90s with a focus on user experience, and he’s now helping to drive transformation at TUI.

When I spoke to David he highlighted a few key themes he has been experiencing when driving change within his part of the business.

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