In this edition of the Experience Innovation Newsletter we explore combining retail with co-working spaces, designing multi-sensory brand experiences, and how tech is driving retail advancement.
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Startup Re:store provides an alternative space that combines co-working with retail, but its staying power hasn't been tested. Eight experts weigh in on the concept.
At the core of current trends in luxury retail, the aim is to create memorable experiences and foster brand loyalty. Here are seven trends that luxury brands can use to their advantage.
In PSFK's latest results from their Retail Innovation Tracker, researchers found that that direct-to-consumer brands have outpaced a majority of the market, and solidified their spots as industry leaders.
PSFK's Future of Retail 2019 report breaks down the value of brick-and-mortar stores for retailers and brands across categories.
Earlier this week, food retail professionals gathered in Las Vegas for the first Groceryshop conference. Smart tech, meal kits and using your heritage are just a few of the ideas retailers are working on.
The hotel will serve as complement to Lancaster, PA's Dutch Wonderland Amusement Park, and offer guests the chance to immerse themselves in their favorite animated shows.
In a sweeping study of 2 million pieces of financial data and 100,000 design actions over five years, McKinsey finds that design-led companies had 32% more revenue and 56% higher total returns to shareholders compared with other companies.
How do you design a multi-sensory brand experience? Does it mean creating something that looks, sounds, smells, feels – possibly even tastes – good? In this article we explore 3 crucial roles a Creative Director must fill to realize an effective multi-sensorial brand experience.
New survey by Aspect Software reveals a third of shoppers would be happy to see computer screens or robots in high street stores.
Emerging technologies, such as voice, augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and chatbots, are making it possible for companies to bring to life ideas, products, and programs that may have seemed impossible just a few years ago.
The technology behind bitcoin is coming for retail, making for fewer counterfeits and faster product recalls.
Huckberry, a San Francisco-based digital destination for all things outdoorsy, has claimed a brick-and-mortar space after nearly 10 years of strictly online existence.
Swiss luxury group Richemont is going to offer its products on the booming Chinese market through a joint venture with Alibaba.
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