Unexpected brand experiences of the Seoul subway, Canada Goose's inventory-free store, and why entertainment plays a large role in retail. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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From an animated ice bucket for club parades to glasses that magically sparkle when champagne is poured in them - these illumination prototypes aim to elevate the brand’s presence in a table and bar experience in clubs.
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Brands in Seoul have been taking a different approach to the capital’s subway, treating it not just as a space we can move through as quickly as possible, but as a space where we can also "experience".
Entertainment and experience has become the cornerstone of retail survival. Now, top brands are starting to incorporate entertainment experiences into select markets to bush the boundaries of the traditional retail structure.
Companies are using every retail innovation tool at their disposal to differentiate their brand, and it's transforming the retail experience as we know it.
Only about half of shoppers will use voice assistants, chatbots and other emerging technology, according to a new survey.
2019 will go down as the year AR devices became big news, but the only people who actually owned them were influencers or Google cofounders.
The interior represents the studio's exploration of micro and macro light, reflection and refraction, through a clever use of materials that invoke the full participation of its visitors' senses.
With the implementation of BOPIS, customers can still avoid the lines and shop from home, then easily pick up their packages in the store.
It's called "The Journey." The coatmaker wants consumers to have a multisensory experience to feel why the outerwear is worth the hefty price tag.
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