The potential of voice technology for brands, five trends driving the future of retail and how Nordstrom nailed its NYC flagship store. This and more in this week's edition of The Future Retail Newsletter.
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American Dream, the mega mall introduces its' plans for future retail tenants and shoppers.
New York, San Francisco, and Los Angeles were the top three cities where digital-first retailers opened their first stores.
How brands like Kohl's can elevate their current in-store experience by providing convenience to consumers.
The next retail revolution is on the horizon and it will forever shift how consumers search for and purchase items.
The days when drug stores had soda fountains and lunch counters made them a community gathering place and may show how drug chains can enrich their customer experience and even attract non-pharmacy customers.
Nearly 80% of U.S. consumers say that speed, convenience, knowledgeable help, and friendly service are the most important elements of positive customer experiences.
Top trends in consumer behavior and technology that are driving change for retailers and brands.
It may take some time for Chinese beauty customers to fall in love with the virtual experience of AR makeup tools, but the potential is promising.
Chatbots, AI, facial recognition and cryptocurrency are less likely to drive perception of a brand's know-how.
Outform’s Simon Hathaway picks apart the hype around voice-led technology and dives into the true potential of these interactions for brands.
The supercar maker is promising a carefully curated collection under Italian menswear designer, Rocco Iannone.
Department stores have been under scrutiny for failing to meet the needs of today’s shopper. However, it is not doom and gloom across every brand.
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