Nike Data and Analytics teams understand consumers want shopping to be a seamless and easy to navigate experience, digitally and in-person. Over a week we're shining a light on some of our teammates? efforts to meet consumers where they are. One such teammate is Julia Binder (Shaw), Nike Direct Service & Experience Senior Director, who shares more about her work: ?Nike is also kicking off a new body of research to map how consumers flow through physical and digital channels to shop for Nike products, and to identify what unmet needs have emerged as a result of these new behaviors.? Come create the future of retail with us.
Today, on the 55th anniversary of the historic Voting Rights Act, we are partnering with Time To Vote, a nonpartisan, business-led initiative to help ensure employees across America don't have to choose between voting and earning a paycheck. NIKE, Inc. will help to ensure every Nike employee registered to vote has the time, access and opportunity to cast their ballot. We believe every voice matters and that means every VOTE counts.
Over the next week, we're hearing from four NIKE, Inc. teammates on how they're using data and analytics to transform how we serve athletes*. Today we hear from Hash Ravoori, Senior Product Manager: "I'm working on transformations including Buy Online, Pickup in Store (BOPIS), deeply studying consumer behavior and helping us deliver on fulfillment promises to make shopping even more convenient." We're hiring Product related roles across NIKE, Inc. now.
A former high school athlete who'd get up at 4 a.m. for volleyball practice, Miki Morimoto, NIKE, Inc. Social & Community Impact Director for Asia Pacific, is passionate about reimagining sport to make it inclusive for all kids, especially girls. Through Play Academy with Naomi Osaka, the athlete's new partnership with Nike and Laureus Sport for Good, Miki is helping to level the playing field and change the game for girls, by emphasizing fun, positive play experiences, focusing on gender-inclusive coaching, and inviting more young women to become role models.
Our data and analytics teams seek to create the marketplace of the future, where connected data, inventory and membership will give consumers greater access to the best of Nike, with more speed and convenience than ever. This week, we're highlighting teammates including Winnie Chao, Nike Direct Business Analytics Director, who shared: "Data allows us to better understand our consumer's journey from product discovery to post-purchase. This enables us the opportunity to offer them the right information at just the right moment in their shopping experience." We're hiring in our Analytics team. Apply here.
Nike Paris, House of Innovation 002 opened this week and gives unparalleled access to Nike's best innovations, athlete storytelling and experiences. Like its predecessors in New York and Shanghai, the flagship - situated amongst some of the world's most iconic landmarks - offers an immersive and digitally-powered end-to-end consumer journey. We're hiring in our retail locations globally. Click to apply.
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Dismantling systemic injustice requires urgent action, sustained engagement and collaboration with partners that are doing transformative work to achieve this goal. Today, NIKE, Inc., Michael Jordan and Jordan Brand are announcing initial partners to receive donations as part of the collective effort to fight systemic racism.
If there is no planet, there is no sport. This understanding drives our North Star for sustainability—a future where all athletes* have access to safe places to play and train, enjoy sport and realize their full potential. Today NIKE, Inc. joins Transform to Net Zero, a new initiative to accelerate the transition to a net zero global economy, alongside eight leading companies including Microsoft and Starbucks. The initiative aims to develop and deliver research, guidance and implementable roadmaps to enable all businesses to achieve net zero emissions. Learn more about Transform to Zero and its guiding principles.
Nike’s Latest Retail Concept, Nike Rise, opened last week in Guangzhou, China. With its member-first approach, the door curates a 1-to-1, personalized shopping journey that connects consumers to sport, their communities and one another. Read more on Footwear News.