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June 16, 2021


Millennial Post-Pandemic Shopping Destination Preferences


As life emerges from the Pandemic, the internet and smartphone continue to answer “commodity-driven needs,” but fashion and lifestyle enhancing purchases must be part of a personal journey – a highly experiential activity, be it Main St. shopping combined with local dining, or a “Disneyesque” day trip to what was once the local mall. 

Join our panel of experts discussing the elements necessary to fulfil shoppers’ personal desires by creating an emotional connection, compelling enough for them to leave their keypad - go out - and physically embrace, the experience awaiting them.

Learn why:

  • Big malls and big buildings full of undifferentiated stuff are OUT.

  • Small, personalized, neighborhood shops are making a comeback, along with mixed-use settings, and malls like The Grove and Americana in LA and others, are IN.

  • Giants like Walmart and Target will expand their small neighborhood store strategies, and Amazon and other pure internet players will expand “brick and mortar” store strategies into consumer identified target markets.

Simply stated, in person shopping requires serendipity. It isn’t enough to have the customer say, “I got what I needed.” The shopping experience must translate into “We had such a great time.”



Ann Cantrell


Annie's Blue Ribbon General Store

Ann Cantrell is both an entrepreneur and an academic. She is the owner of Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store in Brooklyn, which is celebrating its 14th anniversary.

Named Best of New York by New York Magazine, Ann and the shop have been profiled in countless national publications and television shows. During COVID, she scored time on QVC and HSN to highlight her business, one of only 20 retailers selected from around the country to participate.

Ann also teaches full time at FIT, where she is associate professor in the Fashion Business Management Department. Her previous experience includes positions at Brooks Brothers, Ralph Lauren, Talbots and Coach


Jasmine Glasheen


Jasmine Glasheen & Associates

Jasmine Glasheen is a leading thought leader in the retail industry. She studies generational shopping behaviors and how they correlate to present trends.


RMS Members: $10

Guests: $50*

Date: Wednesday, June 16, 2021


Time: 12:00 noon-1:00 pm EDT


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"Simply the best hands-on, informational organization that addresses the current retail industry status."

 As CEO of Jasmine Glasheen & Associates, she spearheads a millennial think tank that assists retailers in creating top-performing content and content strategy. She isa frequent contributor to prominent retail magazines, news sites, tech blogs, and numerous fashion and lifestyle trade shows. You can find her insights in The Robin Report, Other World Computing, IBM, and Sourcing Journal, among others.


Warren Shoulberg

Business Journalist & Contributing Editor

The Robin Report,, The Business of Home

Warren Shoulberg knows retail. He is a regular contributor to The Robin Report,, and The Business of Home as well as his own blog

As a former editor in chief for several leading business-to-business publications specializing in home furnishings retailing, he has chronicled the good, the bad and the ugly of the business in a career spanning four decades. His award winning commentaries elicit both praise and complaints. He welcomes them both equally. He has guest lectured at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business and been honored by the International Furnishings and Design Association and the Fashion Institute of Technology. He has been cited by The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, ABC News and other media as an expert in the field.


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Robin Lewis

Founder & CEO

The Robin Report

Robin Lewis, founder & CEO of The Robin Report, is an author, speaker, and consultant for the retail and consumer products industries. He is co-author of the book "The New Rules of Retail."

As a VP at Goldman Sachs, he launched a retail consulting practice. Prior to this, he was an EVP and Executive Editor at WWD, and a VP of Strategy and Business Development at the VF Corporation.He is frequently requested by C-level management for advice, consultation and strategic presentations: among them are Kohl’s, Bloomingdale’s, JC Penney, Macy’s, Liz Claiborne, VF Corp., Charming Shoppes, Estee Lauder, Ralph Lauren, and Sara Lee, as well as financial firms such as Lion Capital, The Carlyle Group, Goldman Sachs and others. And he’s often quoted in all of the major print and broadcast media: Bloomberg/BusinessWeek; WSJ: Fortune; Forbes; CNBC; CBS; Fox Business; among others.



Patrick McKeever, Jr.

President & Founder

The Daily on Retail

Patrick has followed retail for more than 20 years. Prior to founding Wall Street 313 LLC and The Daily on Retail in late 2018, he spent 11 years as a managing director, senior analyst and consumer sector head at MKM Partners. He has received a number of professional awards, including 2nd place in Multiline Retail for both 

stock picking and earnings estimation in the 2016 Thomson Reuters poll. He was awarded Top Stock Picker in Multiline Retail in the same poll, has been recognized in the Greenwich survey and has performed well in the institutional money manager voting process. He appears on CNBC and other networks to discuss retail and has been quoted extensively by industry publications and the financial press. Patrick started his career in equity research at Credit Suisse in New York. He is a graduate of Boston College and also has an economics-focused master's degree.