What consumers look for in an in-store experience, what innovation means to retailers and how Gen Z will be shopping this holiday season. This and more in this week's edition of The Future Retail Newsletter.
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The investment in experiential and digital offerings has boosted sales but also hit operating profit at the UK retailer.
The retailer has whittled its footprint, embraced fresh concepts and unleashed a new strategy. But the magic? It's now found elsewhere.
Innovation isn’t a new concept for retailers. What has changed in the past 20 years is the pace of technology innovation.
Selling to Chinese shoppers in the UK is so much more than accepting Chinese payment methods and displaying Alipay/WeChat Pay/Union Pay logos in your window.
Most shoppers will rely on a mobile device to help them make purchasing decisions, according to a new survey.
In-store shopping is seeing a resurgence as retailers continue to provide consumers with convenient and exciting purchase experiences.
New Balance announced a fully integrated campaign to celebrate the forthcoming New York City Marathon and the brand’s TCS New York City Marathon Collection.
Hedi Slimane is bringing his rarefied taste in contemporary art to Celine boutiques around the world.
New Hampshire's iconic adventure hub of North Conway now serves as a lab for a different type of REI. Rent skis or a mountain bike, or sign up for a guided climbing trip. North Conway’s REI emphasizes “experiences” as much as gear sales.
The Toys R Us website was back online as part of the store's relaunch. In an attempt to differentiate themselves from other retailers, the site is looking to be "heavily content-oriented."
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