Regina Wagner

Regina Wagner

Regina Wagner has several years of professional experience in retail and in management consultancies. After her apprenticeship in retail trade at grocery company Tegut, she completed a dual degree in business administration with a specialisation in retailing parallel to her work in management teams at various stores of the company. After her time at Tegut, she joined Deloitte Consulting as a management consultant delivering national and international projects. Her consulting focus was on process optimisation, project management and purchasing. Following her time at Deloitte, Regina Wagner worked in market research and project management at Edeka Nordbayern-Sachsen-Thüringen. Through her qualification as retail merchandiser, Regina Wagner has in-depth knowledge of grocery retailing.
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Start-up Friedas24 opens fully automated store with VPS Roberta

Since the beginning of August, Jan Stroh, owner of butchery shops in the German federal state of Saarland, has been operating an unmanned food vending machine with his start-up called Friedas24. The solution was developed by Kirschenhofer Maschinen GmbH and is offered to retailers under the name VPS Roberta. The concept is intended to close gaps in rural local supply.…

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Retail massively expands self-scanning

Currently, retailers offer their customers the opportunity to scan items while shopping in over 46,000 stores worldwide. By 2027, this number will more than triple, according to the latest study of British market research company Retail Banking Research (RBR).

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dm expands Click&Collect with pick-up stations in 700 stores

Drugstore operator dm will equip around 700 of its stores with pick-up stations by the middle of next year. During opening hours, online orders can be picked up contactless via self-service and without waiting times.

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Auchan increases its customers’ purchasing power with Naomi

French retailer Auchan introduces the Naomi app in addition to its existing loyalty programme Waaoh. The aim is to mitigate the impact of inflation on customers' shopping baskets. By using the smartphone application, Auchan customers are automatically rewarded for each purchase with a percentage of their total shopping amount. Once the sum of ten euros is reached, it can be…

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Salling Groups Netto tests smart shopping trolleys from Imagr

Danish Salling Group is testing digital shopping trolleys from the New Zealand start-up Imagr in five stores of its discount banner operation Netto. The retail company is the first in Europe which uses the solution of this provider. The vision recognition-based identification of the products is linked in real time with shoppers’ smartphones.

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Robots succeed with RFID

Robots take over routine tasks at retail companies that have tagged all products on the sales floor with RFID. In addition to Kmart Australia and Adler Modemärkte, French sporting goods retailer Decathlon in Germany is also planning to use the Tory RFID inventory robot from MetraLabs to automatically record inventory in more than twelve stores. This should relieve employees of…

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Tegut redesigns self-scanning with Aracom and GK

In its new convenience format Quartier, Tegut is piloting self-scanning in combination with stationary self-checkouts on a new technological basis. For the first time, Tegut is using the software from GK. The self-scanning apps for both formats were developed by Aracom.

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