Annette Böhm

Annette Böhm

Annette Böhm has been specialising in the development and the management of marketing campaigns targeting retailers and consumer goods companies for more than 20 years. The focus of her expertise is on lead generation campaigns and client nurturing. She is an expert in social media and e-mail-marketing and has a high level of experience with the most relevant CRM and marketing automation tools.
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Kaes opens self-checkout-only store with DRS and Wanzl

Retail company Georg Jos. Kaes has opened its first V-mini store without staffed checkouts in Kaufbeuren. For this purpose, DRS AG has further developed its POS software solution to be used on self-checkouts, which can also be used as attended checkouts if required. The hardware concept of the checkout comes from Wanzl.

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Løvenskiold Handel rolls out ESLs from Pricer

Norwegian DIY retailer Maxbo has signed a contract with StrongPoint to roll out Electronic Shelf Price Labels (ESLs) from Pricer across its stores. The DIY retailer, which is part of Løvenskiold Handel, will start the installation in the first quarter of 2023 and plans to have it completed by the end of 2024.

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Edeka Südwest opens 24/7 store with robotics from Knapp

This week, Edeka Südwest opened a combination of its Italophile deli concept Sapori d'Italia with a fully automated 24/7 store in Offenburg. Knapp robotics picks everyday items in the back of the vending area and makes them available to customers at a counter.

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Żabka speeds up expansion of autonomous stores with AiFi

Polish convenience store leader Żabka is rapidly pushing ahead with the expansion of cashierless stores. While large retail chains such as Aldi Nord and Süd, Carrefour, Edeka's Netto, Tesco and Rewe are testing checkout-free stores at individual locations in Europe, Żabka Group has already opened fifty stores of its AI-based banner line Żabka Nono in Poland.

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Reports

Couponing in the profit zone

Coupons are a proven marketing tool for grocery retailers to boost sales and retain customers. But they are still far from being a sure bet. Swiss Coop shows how it can be done profitably: through intelligent personalisation of offers. Through several touchpoints, the Swiss-based retailer provides an online shop adapted to the personal interests of their customers and personalises the…

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dm brings self-checkouts to around 100 German stores

dm Drogeriemarkt is currently testing self-checkouts from Pan Oston in four selected stores in Germany. At the self-checkouts, customers can only pay with credit or giro cards. The Karlsruhe-based company confirmed to Retail Optimser that around 100 more dm stores in Germany will also be equipped with self-checkouts this summer.

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Tegut launches loyalty app Tebonus

Tegut has launched its new smartphone-based loyalty programme Tebonus this week. It replaces the regional grocery company's previous customer card Gute Karte. In the new loyalty app, customers can choose which products they want to score the most points with, thus providing the grocery retailer with valuable insights for shaping its assortment.

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Valora offers 24/7 shopping in hybrid store

In the converted ServiceStore DB of Swiss retailer Valora at Düsseldorf's central station, customers can now shop around the clock, seven days a week. During normal business hours, staff from the retail company are present during the day, while the store runs completely autonomously at night. During times without staff presence, shoppers gain access to the hybrid store via the…

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Rewe tests Nahkauf Box with self-checkout from 4POS

In the Upper Franconian village of Pettstadt, Rewe Markt GmbH is piloting Josefs Nahkauf Box, a retail format with around 700 items for daily needs. On an area of 39 square metres, customers can independently scan goods at a self-checkout from 4POS and pay by debit or credit card seven days a week, around the clock.

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Aldi opens Shop&Go concept store with AiFi and Spryker Systems

In High Road of London’s borough of Greenwich, Aldi UK's just-walk-out pilot store has opened for the public this week. Previously, only staff have been able to test the discounter's high-tech store, as reported by Retail Optimiser. In this store, shoppers do not have to scan their purchases or go through a checkout.

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