Flagship stores become less relevant, New York's CBD sparkling water pop-up, and the importance of store design in a digital age. This and more in this week's issue of the Future Retail Newsletter.
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Retailers from Gap to Lord & Taylor are giving up on their flagship stores — and experts say others will have to make big changes to keep the store model from dying.
Do retailers' business expansion plans have anything to do with the economical uncertainty that consumers are facing around Brexit?
U.S. retail sales are expected to rise between 3.8% and 4.4% to more than $3.8 trillion in 2019, creating high consumer confidence, low unemployment and rising wages.
New York retailers are utilizing technology to empower sales associates and turn the store visit into a dynamic, personalized experience.
Three leaders from the world of store design share expert insight on the future of the physical store and the key consumer needs it continues to serve in a digital age.
It’s important to understand the difference between these color modes and when to use each.
Tommy Hilfiger’s Store of the Future, Coty Inc.’s VR experience, and Mastercard’s 3D store experience.
Marketers have dubbed them "kidfluencers" - the child stars of the social media age, tiny captains of industry with their own toy lines and cookbooks.
The refrigerator and freezer doors act as a digital merchandising platform that depicts the food and drinks inside, but also as an in-store billboard that can serve ads to consumers.
The effort involves a partnership with luxury purveyor Bebo, featuring wellness products and paraphernalia in stores and online.
Hopson Grace has expanded to include an experiential second level "one bedroom apartment" containing a curated assortment of tasteful goods.
Anyone who steps inside this space will crack open a cold sparkling water infused with hemp extract and adaptogens, essentially CBD sparkling water designed to help you relax and spark creativity.
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