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Sule on Chelsea’s shopping list, Alaba passes Real Madrid medical

Chelsea are chasing defenders and Niklas Sule is reportedly a target, with David Alaba seemingly set for Real Madrid.



Niklas Süle throwing a ball: Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule


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Bayern Munich defender Niklas Sule

Premier League outfit Chelsea have been linked with defenders, particularly since Thomas Tuchel replaced Frank Lampard at the helm.

They have three at the top of their list.

 

TOP STORY – CHELSEA EYE SULE

Bayern Munich defender Sule is on Chelsea‘s shopping list, according to Sport Bild.

The report says Sule’s Bayern team-mate Alaba , who is out of contract at the end of the season, and RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano

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V12, A Porch Company, Launches Vistas Lifestyle and Shopping Segmentation, A Groundbreaking Consumer Targeting Solution Built on In-Market Behaviors

BOSTON, Feb. 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — V12, a Porch Group, Inc. company and leading provider of purchase intent technology, insight and marketing services, announced the launch of Vistas lifestyle and shopping segmentation, a groundbreaking consumer targeting solution based on in-market behaviors. This solution marks a radical improvement over traditional self-reported consumer lifestyle segmentation.

Part of V12′s ConsumerPlus data asset and powered by V12 Signals in-market technology, Vistas is the first lifestyle segmentation tool in the market to utilize consumer shopping intent based on recently observed store shopping behavior. Leveraging advanced data science, V12 blends its Signals mobile location data

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No sex, partying or shopping for athletes at Tokyo Games



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Athletes who will stay inside the Games Village in Tokyo during the Olympics will have to abstain from parties and sex.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) published first of the four ‘playbooks’ on Wednesday, which will act as a guide for everyone travelling to Tokyo for the postponed Olympics. And among the raft of measures announced in it is a ban on physical contact.

Life inside the Athletes Village is often described as boisterous. American shooter Josh Lakatos described his astonishment to ESPN when he saw members of a 4x100m relay team from a

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Malls add robots to boost holiday shopping

A Cheetah Mobile robot works in a shopping mall.  [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

Shopping malls are scrambling to come up with new ideas to better entertain consumers for the upcoming Spring Festival holiday, as some provinces and municipalities have called on residents to stay where they work during the period in a bid to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19.

Shopping malls in Shenzhen and Beijing, for instance, have deployed robots powered by artificial intelligence to issue a variety of coupons for dining, movies, sports and other activities to attract consumers.

Jacky Han, vice-president of marketing at the Chinese tech

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Key 2020 holiday shopping takeaways: It’s imperative to adapt as customer expectations evolve| Customer Engagement

Tara Bartley, senior manager, industry marketing, and Ashitha Bhanu, industry marketing, Akamai, share Akamai data relating to the most recent holiday shopping season and the top trends in play.

The classic saying “There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays” couldn’t be truer for the 2020 holiday shopping season. The disruptions created by the pandemic have impacted every routine in normal day-to-day life and left millions of people anxious, homebound and isolated. The extent and duration of worldwide lockdowns and business closures have forced people to give up even some of their most deeply ingrained habits — whether going to

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Is Amazon’s Just Walk Out Tech A Glimpse of Things To Come?



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The world of shopping has definitely been shifted towards ecommerce in recent times. More and more people are shopping online and enjoying the convenience of having everything they need delivered to their doorstep. Statista predicts that ecommerce is expected to reach $1.2 trillion in sales this year. However, despite online shopping growth, brick and mortar stores aren’t being neglected in the technological upheaval. New technology from Amazon’s Just Walk Out enables shoppers to walk out of a store with their goods without waiting in lines, going to a cashier, or interacting with store employees if they don’t want

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