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Ms. Dee Warmath

Vice President of Retail Insights

The NPD Group Inc

Direct Phone: (516) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.com

The NPD Group Inc

900 West Shore Road

Port Washington, New York 11570

United States

Company Description

The NPD Group provides market information and business solutions that drive better decision-making and better results. The world's leading brands rely on us to help them get the right products in the right places for the right people. Practice areas inclu... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice President, Global Product Innovation
The NPD Group Inc

Senior Vice President , Retail Insights and Product Invention
The NPD Group Inc

Director of Marketing Research
Kohl's Corp.

Vice President, Consumer and Brand Insights
Kohl's Corp.

Market Research
Kohl's Corp.

Education

Ph.D.
Consumer Science
University of Wisconsin-Madison

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NPD offers new economic tracker report - Home Goods Online - Canadian Home Furnishings Market Intelligence - HGO

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"The current economic situation is creating dramatic shifts in consumer spending, and businesses can no longer operate under the 'old rules'," said Dee Warmath, NPD vice president of retail insights.


2011 CMO Leadership Forum - Chicago - Speaking Faculty

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Dee Warmath SVP of Global Product Development & Retail Insights The NPD Group, Inc.

Dee is the Senior Vice President of Global Product Development & Retail Insights for The NPD Group, Inc. In this position, Dee is responsible for the design and delivery of innovative, solution-based applications of NPD information to address our clients' most important business needs. She has 26 years of research and strategic consulting experience across a range of industries, with 20 of those focused exclusively on the retail industry and 10 in apparel retailing. Prior to joining The NPD Group, Inc., Dee was Vice President of Consumer and Brand Insights at Kohl's Department Stores. Before her time at Kohl's, she was Director of Customer Relationship Analysis and Marketing at JCPenney. She began her retail career at Service Merchandise Corporation in the 1980s.
Dee has led numerous projects to support brand positioning and design, including Lee One True Fit; Estée Lauder Beauty Bank brands; Sonoma and Croft & Barrow at Kohl's; Arizona,Worthington, and St. John's Bay at JCPenney; and Lilly Pulitzer.
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Dee is a sociologist by formal training and is now completing a Ph.D. in Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her training and experiences have produced an integrated approach to research and a unique ability to translate customer research into simple, relevant, actionable insights for her clients. She has expertise in qualitative, quantitative, and database methods, as well as statistical analysis and modeling.


Denver, CO - World Alliance for ...

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Denver, CO - World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards is sponsoring Dee Warmath, Senior Vice President of Global Product Development and Retail Insights for the NPD Group, Inc., at its annual Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference to be held in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 27-30. Warmath, who is responsible for the design and delivery of innovative, solution-based applications of NPD information to address its clients' business needs, will speak to the topic of physical retail stores, which, she says, are not only here to stay but are the most important source of, and influence on, sales. However, Warmath is quick to warn that not every physical retail space will be spared in today's challenging and often unpredictable economic environment. Her address will provide attendees with cutting-edge insight into the survival of the physical retail presence as well as a new perspective on promising growth opportunities. With her unique ability to translate research into simple, relevant insights, Warmath will dispense with the common misconception that physical stores are moving closer to extinction every day, while also providing clear-cut action-oriented ideas for her audience.

deewarmath Warmath has 26 years of research and strategic consulting experience across a range of industries, with 20 of those years focused exclusively on the retail industry and ten in apparel retailing. A sociologist by formal training, she recently completed her Ph.D. in Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her training and experiences have produced an integrated approach to research. In addition, she has expertise in qualitative, quantitative, and database methods, as well as statistical analysis and modeling. Warmath will be addressing conference attendees during the General Session with her speech entitled "Long Live Physical Space: How to Ensure Survival of Retail Locations that Pay Your Bills Today" on Tuesday, April 30th at 8:45 a.m.
Registration is still being held for the Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, which features a variety of national retail industry leaders as dynamic keynote speakers, a trade show with the latest technology and services and educational breakout sessions. The program is targeted at providing attendees with the knowledge to successfully run a business, develop a top-notch staff and deal with modern technology challenges and options. The international conference will also provide networking opportunities with the non-profit organization's members, manufacturers and retailers.
Tags: Dee Warmath, retail, retail excellence, Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, retail standards, University of Wisconsin - Madison, World Alliance, World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards


Denver, CO - World Alliance for ...

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Denver, CO - World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards is sponsoring Dee Warmath, Senior Vice President of Global Product Development and Retail Insights for the NPD Group, Inc., at its annual Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference to be held in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 27-30. Warmath, who is responsible for the design and delivery of innovative, solution-based applications of NPD information to address its clients' business needs, will speak to the topic of physical retail stores, which, she says, are not only here to stay but are the most important source of, and influence on, sales. However, Warmath is quick to warn that not every physical retail space will be spared in today's challenging and often unpredictable economic environment. Her address will provide attendees with cutting-edge insight into the survival of the physical retail presence as well as a new perspective on promising growth opportunities. With her unique ability to translate research into simple, relevant insights, Warmath will dispense with the common misconception that physical stores are moving closer to extinction every day, while also providing clear-cut action-oriented ideas for her audience.

deewarmath Warmath has 26 years of research and strategic consulting experience across a range of industries, with 20 of those years focused exclusively on the retail industry and ten in apparel retailing. A sociologist by formal training, she recently completed her Ph.D. in Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her training and experiences have produced an integrated approach to research. In addition, she has expertise in qualitative, quantitative, and database methods, as well as statistical analysis and modeling. Warmath will be addressing conference attendees during the General Session with her speech entitled "Long Live Physical Space: How to Ensure Survival of Retail Locations that Pay Your Bills Today" on Tuesday, April 30th at 8:45 a.m.
Registration is still being held for the Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, which features a variety of national retail industry leaders as dynamic keynote speakers, a trade show with the latest technology and services and educational breakout sessions. The program is targeted at providing attendees with the knowledge to successfully run a business, develop a top-notch staff and deal with modern technology challenges and options. The international conference will also provide networking opportunities with the non-profit organization's members, manufacturers and retailers.
Tags: Dee Warmath, retail, retail excellence, Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, retail standards, University of Wisconsin - Madison, World Alliance, World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards


News Releases | NARMS

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Denver, CO - World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards is sponsoring Dee Warmath, Senior Vice President of Global Product Development and Retail Insights for the NPD Group, Inc., at its annual Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference to be held in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 27-30. Warmath, who is responsible for the design and delivery of innovative, solution-based applications of NPD information to address its clients' business needs, will speak to the topic of physical retail stores, which, she says, are not only here to stay but are the most important source of, and influence on, sales. However, Warmath is quick to warn that not every physical retail space will be spared in today's challenging and often unpredictable economic environment. Her address will provide attendees with cutting-edge insight into the survival of the physical retail presence as well as a new perspective on promising growth opportunities. With her unique ability to translate research into simple, relevant insights, Warmath will dispense with the common misconception that physical stores are moving closer to extinction every day, while also providing clear-cut action-oriented ideas for her audience.

deewarmath Warmath has 26 years of research and strategic consulting experience across a range of industries, with 20 of those years focused exclusively on the retail industry and ten in apparel retailing. A sociologist by formal training, she recently completed her Ph.D. in Consumer Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her training and experiences have produced an integrated approach to research. In addition, she has expertise in qualitative, quantitative, and database methods, as well as statistical analysis and modeling. Warmath will be addressing conference attendees during the General Session with her speech entitled "Long Live Physical Space: How to Ensure Survival of Retail Locations that Pay Your Bills Today" on Tuesday, April 30th at 8:45 a.m.
Registration is still being held for the Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, which features a variety of national retail industry leaders as dynamic keynote speakers, a trade show with the latest technology and services and educational breakout sessions. The program is targeted at providing attendees with the knowledge to successfully run a business, develop a top-notch staff and deal with modern technology challenges and options. The international conference will also provide networking opportunities with the non-profit organization's members, manufacturers and retailers.
Tags: Dee Warmath, retail, retail excellence, Retail Merchandising and Marketing Conference, retail standards, University of Wisconsin - Madison, World Alliance, World Alliance for Retail Excellence & Standards
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