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Post-COVID-19, the number of organizations conducting transformation efforts will increase as businesses are forced to adapt to new market conditions to survive. Transformation projects are successful only if individual employees change their daily behaviors and begin conducting their jobs in a new way.
The automotive industry is undergoing significant disruption as private car ownership continues to decline partially caused by the rise of shared mobility in many parts of the world. In these new ecosystems, the touchpoints with end-customers is quickly shifting away from automotive aftersales service providers (OEMs). The market is rapidly shifting from B2C to B2B2C and OEMs must shift now to take advantage of new ecosystems to survive.
Leading Chinese retailers are defining a new ‘era of belonging’ by forging stronger ties with consumers through an innovative buying experience. They are also reinventing their own business models by introducing innovative new revenue streams leveraging “retail-as-a-service” offerings. CEOs at Western retailers can learn from Chinese business practices how to combine seamless omnichannel experiences with predictive analytics, to develop
customer loyalty and to innovate creatively to introduce new revenue growth.
Today’s consumer is changing rapidly but not only due to technologically changes. Experience but also product quality, trust, and ecological concerns are making consumers more aware and more demanding. Retailers must address these drivers, using technology in innovative ways to move towards a sense of belonging that customers are seeking.