Last quote by Phil Lempert
What we're starting to see, is that…when you're done with your [online] checkout experience, the little pop-up impulse is going to be there.feedback
This page is completely dedicated to what Phil Lempert has to say. All of Phil Lempert’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Phil Lempert came from an article called Americans No Longer Want One-Stop Grocery Shopping - NBC News: “We as consumers changed. We decided that what we wanted was more than piling groceries high and selling them cheap. We wanted more of a relationship with our food. Now we're passionate about food, and the retail environment has to change to accommodate that.”.
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Quotes by Phil Lempert
Jul 29 2017
We as consumers changed. We decided that what we wanted was more than piling groceries high and selling them cheap. We wanted more of a relationship with our food. Now we're passionate about food, and the retail environment has to change to accommodate that.feedback
Jul 20 2017
If you look at a traditional 40,000-50,000-square-foot supermarket, it's a dinosaur. It's extinct. People don't want to go to one store and walk up and down the aisles and look at 50,000 products. It's just not a great experience. People are picking and choosing where to buy things. That's a good adventure for consumers. The stores are nervous and trying to figure it out. They used to have a loyal shopper who went every Friday or Saturday and bought everything. Millennials and Generation Z don't care.feedback
Jun 24 2017
When it leaves the store, when it leaves the warehouse to get to you, that's the issue. They can estimate within seconds of how long it takes to get from the truck to your house for a delivery.feedback
Feb 23 2017
It's a totally different demographic. Young and hip are not the Walmart shoppers. Amazon is.feedback
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