It’s clear that the beauty company understands the importance of digital channels, including mobile – where the company has not just invested in a responsive website but realizes the need for an app experience.
“While you’re at a Sephora store you can use your iPhone to scan products off the shelves and read reviews. The company has also added iPads to the Beauty Center in 20 of its stores that can be used to navigate the website, as well as view the menu of services available at the center. Store associates are now equipped with iPod touch point-of-sale devices –- something that has been in testing for the past 6 months— that can be used to make purchases or reference the store’s website while on the move.”
Brian Solis sat down with Bornstein, as part of his Revolution series, and in the interview it was great to see the Sephora SVP talk about helping to steer consumers to make a more informed decision as well as listen to Generation C to better connect with them. And it all starts with a personalized experience, both in digital and offline channels.
With 15 years of digital marketing experience, Dennis Jenders provides strategic leadership and insights for clients on a regional and national level. He has significant experience in web design and development, online advertising, SEO, SEM, user experience (UX), information architecture, digital strategy, and analytics. Dennis is also leading the effort to educate the next generation of marketers as an adjunct professor at Marquette University. He is a founding board member of the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Association, a frequent speaker on digital marketing, and the Vice President of Digital + Communications Strategy at Laughlin Constable.