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Senior Director, Digital Marketing

Loblaw Companies Limited

HQ Phone:  (905) 459-2500

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Loblaw Companies Limited

1 Presidents Choice Circle

Brampton, Ontario, L6Y 5S5

Canada

Company Description

Loblaw Companies Limited is Canada's food and pharmacy leader, the nation's largest retailer, and the majority unitholder of Choice Properties Real Estate Investment Trust. Loblaw provides Canadians with grocery, pharmacy, health and beauty, apparel, general m...more

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Why Loblaw holds hackathons | Marketing Magazine

Loblaw Digital's director of marketing, Lauren Steinberg, said the ad was a hit and drove a significant bump in app downloads for the retailer.
The company's follow-up innovation is now on its way. In late March, Loblaw Digital held its second hackathon at its new office in Toronto's Liberty Village. About a third of its 160-person team participated in the 24-hour event, which included guitar-led sing-alongs, a pancake breakfast and sleeping bags for power naps. There were no real boundaries for ideas, Steinberg said, though most of the concepts pitched this year were geared towards improving customer experience. The staffers then arranged themselves into nine teams based on the pitches they were interested in. Participants included marketers, developers, product managers and internal analysts. One of the big benefits of the hackathon, Steinberg said, was that it gave employees who previously hadn't had a chance to work together a chance to team up on a project. She added, "It also gives people a chance to show off their hidden talents. Steinberg said the Breadcrumbs team is now working on perfecting the feature's user experience and design and expects it to go live in the coming months.


http://www.marketingmag.ca/brands/loblaw-expands-click-and-collect-to-london-154733

Loblaw's marketing director, Lauren Steinberg, told the London Free Press that click and collect is a convenient way for shoppers to order online "with the added benefit of picking up their order when it's ready."
"What we're trying to do is offer a new way for customers with busy lifestyles to shop," she added.


http://www.tfoc.ca/news.php?item=1652&thisnewsyear=2014

My generation is on the Internet all the time," said Lauren Steinberg, 32, senior manager of e-commerce and marketing at Loblaw Cos., and one of the participants in a pilot project the company held using staff.


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The launch is in response to what customers have been asking for in terms of online convenience, said Loblaw's Lauren Steinberg, in what has been a year-long rollout of a program that started near Toronto and is now operating in 26 stores across Ontario, in Edmonton and now B.C. "We tested the market and it seemed like (click-and-collect) was the right first step for Canadian consumers," said Steinberg, the director of marketing for Loblaw digital.
Superstore enters the fray in a B.C. market with an increasing number of online grocery options ranging from the venerable online greengrocer Sustainable Produce Urban Delivery (SPUD) to e-commerce options of bricks-and-mortar retailers such as H.Y. Louie's Fresh Street Market, Sobeys-owned Thrifty Foods, and B.C.'s own Save-On-Foods. And Loblaw's Superstore launch is happening at a time when all grocery retailers are angling to stake some e-retail market share ahead of the looming disruptive threat of e-commerce behemoth Amazon's AmazonFresh grocery service being extended across North America from pilot locations in Seattle and California. Steinberg said the click-and-collect launch is "more about customers and less about beating people to the finish line. "As we explore what online grocery looks like on the Canadian landscape, we basically want to be where the customer wants to be," she said.


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