Aesop's distinct design approach to retail hospitality, Gucci's AR-infused pop-up, and Starbucks' new five-floor store with coffee and cocktail bars. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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Brands must be nimble and flexible, diversifying their retail presence and trying alternative sales models.
The importance of letting customers experience a moment of time with the brand and their story.
Gartner analysts predicted that by 2022, over half of major new business systems will incorporate continuous intelligence that uses real-time context data to improve decisions.
Gucci is introducing a number of luxury pop-up stores in shopping malls around the world featuring digital installation that utilizes AR technology, —an experiential first for the brand.
Using data to become competitive means more than just collecting vast swathes of it. It means compiling, analysing and manipulating data in the right way.
For Australian label Aesop, a boutique isn't just a boutique, it's a chance to showcase the work of great architectural talent around the world.
After years of resisting, Nike launched a pilot in 2017 to sell a limited product assortment on Amazon. Now, it's focusing on selling more directly to consumers.
The epic five-floor store will sell coffee, cocktails, pizzas, and a 56-foot-tall metal and bronze-colored cask with eight copper tubes threaded throughout the space.
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