The future of millennial consumer engagement, success tactics of U.S.'s fastest-growing retailers and Walmart's AI exploration through the new IRL store. This and more in this week's edition of The Future Retail Newsletter.
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There’s been plenty of change in the market with various big names either downsizing or leaving entirely as they fight to change up their approach. Here are top US retailers, which are all doing something right and the growth tactics that have helped them leapfrog the competition.
Luxury isn’t just about the name above the door or the price on the product. To see how luxury retail is changing we’ve taken a look at what’s new in luxury retail and the best new store that exemplify this across the globe.
For the retail sector as a whole—and for physical stores in particular—2019 will be a year of reinvention with anticipation of spectacular retail, fast retail, and smart retail.
76% of luxury companies reported increased sales, with nearly half recording double-digit year-on-year growth.
Set to be the engine of global spending on high-end shoes, bags, fashion, jewelry, and watches, China’s affluent upper-middle class presents an enticing prospect for the world’s designer brands
This next generation of consumers represents the future of retail revenue. But with traffic declining for many brands, the fight to convert these consumers into loyal customers represents a new battleground.
Jewel, a “lifestyle hub” has a multidimensional shopping and dining experience that was built as an extension of Terminal 1 in Singapore’s Changi Airport.
More than 140 companies including retailers and tech companies formed a group to create a common set of standards for 3D imagery.
It has become crucial for luxury brands to provide customers with the right service at the right moment. AI, which uses the latest technologies to learn from buyer experiences, offers them the best solutions.
Following the UX design process doesn’t just give users an intuitive and pleasurable experience—it poses an opportunity for designers to iterate and improve their designs. Here's a crash course for UX newbies to setting up your own UX process.
Walmart recently announced a transformation of one of its Neighborhood Market locations into a store with tons of cameras, sensors, data processors and cabling to connect it all.
Minimalist shapes? Muted tones? Rounded corners? Google’s Milan Design Week installation will reveal the interior style that makes your heart flutter.
Check out previous editions of the Future Retail Newsletter for even more on tech, innovation, design, and retail.
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