Twitter: 5 expert journalists in retail you must subscribe to!
Published on 18 December 2017
As head of supply chain or CIO, you need to engage in surveillance if you want to boost your company's performance and stay up to date with innovations in the sector. Expanding upon our article on the 5 must-follow influencers, here is a new list of expert journalists in retail and e-commerce whose Twitter accounts will be more than valuable in helping you stay on the ball.
Nicole Reyhle (@RetailMinded)
The embodiment of a self-made woman, Nicole Reyhle is CEO of Retail Minded magazine. Corporate speaker and coach, she advocates in favor of entrepreneurship and shares on her Twitter account valuable advice to retailers and professionals working in the supply chain sector. A must follow!
Paul Page (@PaulPage)
Journalist in charge of logistics and the supply chain for the Wall Street Journal, Paul Page is an essential resource for anyone who wants to learn about and better understand sector trends. On his account you will find articles, interviews and in-depth analyses mainly concerning large retailers in all their aspects. Essential.
Inbound Logistics (@ILMagazine)
The Twitter account of Inbound Logistics could very well become your closest ally. This educational resource has but one goal: to diffuse valuable advice to help you align your supply and demand. Ensuring your digital transformation and equipping yourself with the most efficient tools has never been easier.
John Hansen (@piblogger1)
Creator and writer of Procurement Insights blog, John Hansen offers a pragmatic and concrete approach to the latest news and their impact on the retail sector. With the flair of a tortured writer, on his Twitter account he writes and publishes content focused on the future of procurement, in order to help professionals better manage their supply chains.
Martijn Graat (@LogisticsMatter)
To stay up to date with the latest trends in the logistics sector, here is where it’s at. On the account of his platform, Martijn Graat, founder of Logistics Matter, shares articles written by his collaborators and useful readings on sector innovations. You will find content that is rich and varied with practical videos and infographics.