Inside the New Retail Marketplace Movement
Episode 2 of 5 | What’s Taxing Retailers Podcast Series
Episode 2 Summary
Over the past year, we’ve seen organizations attempt to unlock new revenue streams and growth opportunities. One area where we’ve seen significant evolution and acceleration is marketplaces.
During this in-depth conversation, we’ll dig into the macro trends driving the marketplace movement, the different approaches organizations can take to build and scale their marketplaces, the complexities that will likely emerge, and most importantly, the financial and tax implications to prepare for.
Sandy Jacobs, Principal, KPMG
Pete Olanday, Retail Practice Leader, Vertex Consulting
Nate Stohrer, Principal Consultant – Retail Practice, Vertex
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About the Podcast Series
Disruption is nothing new in retail, but today’s executives haven’t faced anything like the events of 2020 in a very long time. But what tech and trends are creating the most challenges…and which are creating the most opportunity? In this series, we aim to answer one very big, important question: What’s Taxing Retailers?
- Episode 1: Tackling Cloud Myths & Misconceptions for Retail
- Episode 3: Building Your Ideal Omnichannel Retail Strategy and Mix
- Episode 4: The Power Behind Digital Payment in Retail
- Episode 5: A Retailer’s Guide to ESG & How it Intersects with Tax
Episode 2 of 5 | What’s Taxing Retailers Podcast Series: Inside the New Retail Marketplace Movement
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