Apple's AR city tours, how businesses are combating purchase anxiety, and why Lululemon's restaurant will succeed while Crate & Barrel's will fail.
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In the world of online shopping, purchase anxiety runs rampant. By building a community that brings together current and potential customers, businesses can combat purchase anxiety and convert the overwhelmed shopper.
An experiential retail center in Shanghai’s will let shoppers can take part in pop-up activations, immersive theatrical plays and live-band performances, featuring brands like Bobbi Brown, Oral-B and Abercrombie & Fitch.
New hotspots from noted brands such as Dior and Blue Bottle to inspire your design process for an upcoming project or assist you in planning your stay in major metropolitans around the world.
Retail Insight Network looks at how retailers are using personalization in retail to meet consumer demand for advancements in technology.
Thinking about the customer experience has to be woven into everything that a company and its employees do, and it comes from the top.
Stop & Shop's robot Marty is meant to help store employees, but seems to be "not doing much of anything besides getting in the way”.
Apple has collaborated with New York's New Museum to launch a series of AR experiences that will see six large-scale virtual artworks take over major global cities.
Hayri Atak Architectural Design Studio has conceptualised a boutique hotel within a cliff edge in Norway that has a cantilevering glass-edged swimming pool.
Food can be an important part of a retailer’s in-store operations, but only if it complements a company’s strategic purpose against all the dimensions for why a retailer’s stores exist in the first place.
Co-founder Katia Beauchamp breaks down the beauty brand's model, marketing changes and why she chose Walgreens as a partner.
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