Marie Driscoll

Marie is a retail analyst, consultant and thought leader. Her career spans equity analysis on Wall Street where she won Best on the Street three times; industry analysis where she is considered one of RETHINK Retails top analyst Influencers for the last three years (2021-2023); and academia where she teaches retail, entrepreneurship, and equity analysis at Baruch, FIT and The New School. Marie also sits on the Retail Marketing Society’s Board and NRF’s IPC (Industry Partnership Council) board. X-Coresight, X-S&P/CapIQ

LVMH Leads the Charge for the Paris Olympics

Paris, fondly referred to as the City of Lights and renowned for its rich cultural heritage spanning centuries of art, architecture, beauty, cuisine, fashion, and ...
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One-on-One with Charlie Cole, Global Chief Ecommerce Officer at Samsonite

Samsonite is the world’s largest luggage company founded in 1910, and generating approximately $4 billion in sales with its Samsonite, American Tourister, eBags, Hartman, High ...
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The New Luxury

Back to Growth So far, 2018 has been a good year for the luxury industry, at least according to the recent financial reports at Kering, ...
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Prime Day 2018

You may have enjoyed the fireworks last week on July 4th and beach and backyard time with family and friends, but over at Amazon the ...
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One Size Does Not Fit All

One Size Fits All Is so 1999! Armed with technology, consumers believe they can have anything they want literally immediately. This expectation is uprooting the ...
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The New Sustainability

Sustainable fashion has been more of an oxymoron than a reality since the advent of mass merchandising. But social media, internet-enabled transparency and a new ...
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A Roadmap to Innovation

Change the Culture Several major themes at the Retail Innovation Conference emerged, but one of the most dramatic was that for the largest retailer in ...
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The Blurred Line of Marketing and Commerce

The rules of marketing are undergoing a sea change. Agencies have experienced double-digit declines (similar to mall traffic!) as CPG brands bring efforts in house ...
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