Appealing to Gen Z shoppers, Instagram's immersive pop-up shop, and TikTok's venture into online shopping. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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TikTok is “experimenting” with ecommerce as it begins allowing users to add links to their videos and bios directly to retail sites.
Across the U.S. retail landscape, convenience stores are believed to grow faster than all other offline channels over the next five years, reflecting the hyper-focus consumers are putting on expediency.
Shoppers under the age of 35 will spend more this season but want streamlined technology and environmentally friendly practices, a survey found.
Shoppers have long relied on trusted friends and family members to influence their purchases. But in the digital age, the impact of their word-of-mouth recommendations has significantly evolved.
The next generation enjoys an easy, high-touch environment and their pet peeves include long lines for the dressing room.
The best of Instagram shopping will come to life this month as Selfridges UK has partnered with Instagram to host a pop-up shop called “The Instagram Edit.”
The beauty company is teaming up with Nordstrom to sell its fragrance. But can Glossier enter wholesale without sacrificing its direct to consumer roots?
Designed exclusively for Art Basel Miami Beach 2019, the Spectacles x Gucci by Harmony Korine were unveiled at a party in Miami on Wednesday night.
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