This is the final blog in our 5-part Millennial Series focused on recruiting, retaining and promoting Millennial professionals. We’ve learned so far that Millennials seek purpose + innovation from a team-oriented employer who provides shared learning and professional development opportunities. In addition, they also gravitate to employers who promote a work-life balance by offering flexibility. […]
Greater Gender Diversity = Greater Profits Hot off the presses, Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) just released a white paper exploring women’s role and impact in the traditionally male-dominated field of commercial real estate. “Accelerating the Advancement of Women in Commercial Real Estate” is the latest in a growing body of work that discusses the […]
Thus far, the blogs in our 5-part Millennial Series focused on best practices related to recruiting, retaining and promoting Millennials. We now know that Millennials are motivated by purposeful work + innovative environment and best perform for a team-oriented employer who invests in shared learning. They’re also big on professional development + leadership skills. Research […]
In the first blog of this Millennial series, we attempted to define the Millennials and investigated how this largest living generation and fastest growing workforce segment seek purpose and desire innovation. Next up is focusing on how Millennials are team-oriented and driven by shared learning. Team Work: One for All, All for One If you […]
Technology impacts retail in ways we could have never imagined. As this trend continues to grow, shift and develop, new concepts emerge and move through testing, weeding out amazing ideas from those that merely look good on paper. Scot Wingo, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of ChannelAdvisor and CEO of Get Spiffy, Inc., and Jason “Retail […]
Millennials, those 83 million Americans born between 1982 – 2002 and ranging roughly from 17-37 years old, have been called many things, some characterizations not so flattering. But in a world where businesses compete for talent at every level, Millennials cannot be ignored. This blog is the first in a series of five posts, each […]
Beginnings How did Poline Associates get started? My brother, Bob, actually started Poline Associates in San Diego in 1979. I joined in 1984 and shifted all back-office responsibilities to Atlanta. My son, David, joined the team in 2011 and the rest is history. Industry Are you surprised that your company is celebrating 40 years in […]
Amazon Go concept creates seamless customer experiences through the ultimate combination of physical store + technology.
Connections: Q&A with Monetha Cobb, Managing Director, Franklin Street of Atlanta conducted by Poline Associates.
It’s easy to forget key points from year-to-year, so whether you’re a first-timer or a show veteran, here are a few tips to help you maximize your experience. With the conference less than a month away, now is the time to start asking yourself: “What does success at RECon look like for me?” Think about that and then plan your experience around achieving that vision.