How multi-brand stores are evolving beyond just selling products, the performance metric that retailers are overlooking and H&M's latest strategy to appeal to consumers.
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A store’s media value is something retailers are not paying attention to. But if reasonably measured, it can provide a far more complete view of a store’s performance.
New data shows brands have an opportunity to build emotional bonds with customers via experience-based retail.
As startups are competing to build more modern stores for direct-to-consumer brands, they are starting to think about how they can help brands grow beyond just giving them a space to sell their product.
Faced with the ever-competitive dining and lifestyle landscapes serving Asia’s trendy urbanites, architects are going to new lengths to create standout experiences.
Today’s shoppers browse and research online even when they intend to buy in-store. Here’s what you need to know about the omnichannel shopping journey.
Using Google Vision AI technology, consumers could aim their phone's cameras at the mural's different patterns and embedded easter eggs to shop.
H&M is launching a buy-now, pay-later service, letting customers keep an item for 30 days before deciding if they want to keep and opt to pay for an item in four installments.
The one-hour experience is expressed through three zones called "light", "air" and "earth" involving sight, smell, and sound.
Lululemon on Thursday morning is opening its biggest store ever, in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. And you can do a lot more than just shop there.
New stores will be smaller and will let multiple brands create experience of their own within Toys 'R' Us to show off their wares to an appreciative audience.
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