Tupperware's colorful new pop-up, retail innovation trends for 2020, and how independent retailers are using unique experiences to compete with big box stores. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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In the near future, storefronts will combine the best elements of physical stores and online shopping--and offer tech that's not yet commonplace today.
Retail innovation is exploding, from new service models to a changing CX. Here's a preview of trends that industry leaders discuss as 2020 approaches.
Bulletin, a curated wholesale marketplace, is building a platform to match physical retailers looking to stock their shelves with up-and-coming brands looking to enter physical commerce.
Many independent retailers want to give customers an experience that’s more personal and emotional than at the big boxes, and to provide services that outweigh the convenience of ordering from online sellers.
The state-of-the-art eye-tracking technology is ever more present in talks about future industrial and consumer applications, tacking human-machine interaction to the next level.
Some of the community’s leading innovators reveal how they’re staying ahead of the game by optimizing their work, their processes and their output to better serve their clients.
The beauty giant’s Beijing location, developed by Aim Architecture, casts customers as protagonists in the theatre of retail.
The pop-up, located in Manhattan, will showcase Tupperware products, give a chance for visitors to learn how to meal prep, and offer food demos.
Check out previous editions of the Future Retail Newsletter for even more on tech, innovation, design, and retail.
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