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DOT.COMA: The Digital Downside of Knowing Your Customer

Chris Briggs, VP at Buxton, will define exactly what consumer data is, how it's being used by retailers today and the challenges companies face in maximizing the full potential.

Thursday, October 10, 2013
Stoneman Classroom, Tuck School of Business
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Lectures & Seminars

Consumer data is one of the most talked about, yet least understood, concepts in business today. In this conversation with Chris Briggs, vice president of marketing and business development at Buxton, we’ll define exactly what consumer data is, how it’s actually being used by retailers today, and the challenges companies face in maximizing the full potential of consumer data for the future.

This event is part of the Britt Technology Impact Series offered by the Center for Digital Strategies at Tuck School of Business. This year, the series is examining how the physical world is becoming fully embedded with technology in a series titled, The Internet of You: Better Living Through Connectivity. (IoY)

This event is free and open to the public.

Chris Briggs
Vice President of Marketing and Business Development, Buxton

As Buxton’s vice president of marketing and business development, Chris oversees marketing and business intelligence efforts and gives direction on the company’s overall growth strategy. Previously, he led Buxton’s operations division, overseeing all research and technology initiatives.  Additionally, he has held senior GIS analyst positions in the public sector, retail and healthcare divisions.

Chris graduated from the University of North Texas. He was named the UNT College of Arts and Sciences Alumni of the Year in 2007, and he was recognized as the UNT Geography Outstanding Alumni for 2007.

About Buxton
Tom Buxton founded the company on the premise that any retailer could achieve greater success by understanding who their customer was, plain and simple. He knew then that accurate customer data and intense analysis could play a key role in business success. In 1994, using seed money from his own pocket, he left his two-decade career at consumer electronics giant Tandy/RadioShack and started his own company — Buxton — and set out to prove his methodology.

Within a year, top retail brands were using Buxton data for site selection. The company’s vast data resources, combined with proprietary technologies, made it the leader in site selection for both retail and restaurants. 


For more information, contact:
Kelli Pippin

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