Return on experience is the new metric of consumer success, direct to consumer brands build stores to educate consumers and IKEA continues to make the home work smarter not harder. This and more in this week's Future Retail Newsletter.
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For three digitally native brands, brick-and-mortar locations are for consumer education — and more.
Consumers have more power over a company’s success or failure than ever before, and it’s time for a new metric that captures the return on the investment in them.
Gary Hustwit created this beautiful rendition of the designer’s timeless rules for good design.
To make waves in Asia in 2019 consider running with one (or more) of these five emerging consumer trends.
Shoppable TV ads, robots training employees, and Google's patented VR sneakers.
People are turning to online video at every stage in the purchase funnel. Discover what this means for your brand.
With the build up to Nike’s SS19 Teck Pack launch, NikeTown in London has unveiled an experiential membership space where the brand celebrates the design behind the design.
Nike's new retail app aims to bridge the gap between shopping online and shopping in-store in a seamless way.
A new set of connected blinds shows that IKEA's approach to the smart home still makes perfect sense.
Levi's has created an ‘on brand’ experience that celebrated the diversity of the brand’s female consumers, and their own style statements.
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