Like any good shopkeeper, a leading retail company has to refresh its look, connect with customers in a meaningful way, and keep them coming back for more. Don't be suprised the next time you're shopping at Macy's if your smartphone suddenly receives a coupon from the retail giant. Macy's is stepping up it's tech game with geographically targeted store advertisements, merchandise offers, and e-coupons individually tailored to shopping habits. Learn from Macy's CEO how the company is tackling the world of online commerce, offline commerce, and everything in between.
Terry J. Lundgren has been the Chief Executive Officer of Macy's, Inc. since 2003 and has been its President since May 1997. Mr. Lundgren served as the President, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Merchandising Officer of Macy's, Inc. since April 15, 2002. He served as an Executive Vice president at Neiman Marcus, where he and shortly thereafter was named Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He worked at Federated Department Stores, Inc., Pension Arm. Mr. Lundgren serves as a Director of The Partnership For New York City Inc., Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy, and United Way of New York City. He serves as a Trustee of The Carnegie Hall Corporation. He served as a Director of New York City Investment Fund Manager, Inc.