Martin Gill

VP, Principal Analyst serving eBusiness & Channel Strategy PROFESSIONALS

Martin serves eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals. He leads the development of Forrester's Digital Business Transformation Playbook, which focuses on how consumer adoption of multiple touchpoints is driving the need for firms to abandon channel-siloed strategies to become both more customer-centric and more agile in how they embrace change. Martin covers digital and eBusiness maturity and how firms can adopt organizational structures, processes, sourcing strategies, and metrics that help them embed digital tools and capabilities throughout their organizations. He is based in the UK, and while covering global trends, he has a particular focus on the European retail market.

Previous Work Experience

Martin's background spans both business and IT roles. He joined Forrester from the retail industry, having worked at Boots, a major European health and beauty retailer, for a number of years. His role there was to establish and develop a business-aligned enterprise architecture function, delivering transformational strategies for a number of key retail areas, including boots.com, the Advantage Card loyalty scheme, and the retail and pharmacy store systems. Prior to that, he worked in a variety of roles at Egg.com, Europe's largest pure-play digital bank, ranging from mergers and acquisitions to new product development for both Egg and PruDirect.

Education

Martin holds a first degree in manufacturing engineering and operations management from Nottingham University and a Master of Philosophy from Newcastle University by research covering the simulation of commercial systems.

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  • Martin Gill
  • Consumer Technographics
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:US Retail Segmentation: Gen Y Online Shoppers

    Using Forrester Technographics® To Profile Generation Y Online Shoppers In The US

    In the US, Gen Y is a digitally savvy segment that frequently buys online through a number of touchpoints and will continue to be a core segment for US online retailers for years to come. eBusiness...

    • Downloads: 349
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Introducing The Global Retail Segmentation

    Leverage Forrester's Global Technographics® Benchmark Data To Design Localized Retail Experiences

    It's easy for eBusiness executives to assume that shoppers use different touchpoints the same everywhere. But the reality is that there are some significant global differences in consumers' attitudes...

    • Downloads: 403
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Building A Digital Travel Business

    Multichannel Strategies To Better Serve The Connected Traveler

    The act of traveling may always be immune to digital disruption, but the way in which travelers engage with the experience is ripe for digital enhancement. The Internet has revolutionized the way in...

    • Downloads: 398
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Trends In Russia's eCommerce Market

    Pinpointing Opportunities In Russia's Complex And Dynamic eCommerce Ecosystem

    Russia presents an enormous opportunity for eCommerce professionals eyeing potential international growth. However, as one Russian eBusiness professional told us, "You can make a lot of money here,...

    • Downloads: 204
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:European Online Retail: Five Trends To Watch In 2013

    European eBusiness Executives Must Embrace A Multi-Touchpoint Reality

    European retail eBusiness executives face a time of unprecedented change. The range of touchpoints that customers use to discover, explore, buy, and re-engage with brands is growing by the day. New...

    • Downloads: 695
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:EU Mobile Commerce Forecast, 2012 To 2017

    Mobile eCommerce revenues across Europe will rise from €1.7 billion in 2011 to €19.2 billion in 2017, reaching 6.8% of total web sales. Simple, easy to merchandise categories such as...

    • Downloads: 940
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:European Online Retail Forecast: 2011 To 2016

    Online Retail Sales Growth In Europe Will Continue To Outpace Offline Growth For Years To Come

    Online retail sales will continue to outperform overall retail sales figures in terms of percentage growth for many years to come in Europe. As the Web becomes an increasingly mainstream part of the...

    • Downloads: 1624
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:Why The EU ePrivacy Law Will Not Kill eCommerce

    Privacy Laws Force Rich Dialogue With Customers

    In May 2011, the EU ePrivacy Directive came into effect across Europe. This directive has met with a mixed response at a national level, with some countries jumping to hit the deadline, some stalling...

    • Downloads: 221
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:European eBusiness Executives Take A Cautious Approach To Daily Deals

    Brand And Margin Protection Inhibit Adoption, But Other Approaches Are Emerging

    Skepticism is the watchword across Europe as eBusiness executives consider engaging with daily deals sites such as Groupon and Living Social. Concerns about brand damage and sales cannibalization are...

    • Downloads: 177
  • For eBusiness & Channel Strategy Professionals

    Report:European Online Christmas Retail Outlook, 2011

    This Christmas Season eBusiness Executives Will Turn To A Wider Range Of Touchpoints Than Ever To Engage Bargain-Hungry, Web-Savvy Shoppers

    Christmas 2011 will see European shoppers more connected, informed, and web-savvy than ever as they head both online and to the high street to find the perfect gift. With overall retail growth...

    • Downloads: 205
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    Report:German Online Retail Overview, 2011

    Despite A Thriving Online Market, Multichannel Retail Is Still An Untapped Opportunity For German Retailers

    The German online retail market is the second largest in Europe. Amazon.de and eBay are dominant forces, with major German consumer brands selling through those sites, and others following suit...

    • Downloads: 723
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    Report:European Online Retail: Adopt A Local Approach

    A Solid Understanding Of Customer Expectations And A Localization And Differentiation Strategy Are The Keys To Success Across Europe.

    Despite some commonality in currency and legislation, there are some notable differences in customer shopping behavior and market trends across the various European online retail markets. eBusiness...

    • Downloads: 981