Norway's underwater restaurant, Instagram's in-app shopping, and big tech from SXSW 2019. This and more in this week's edition of The Future Retail Newsletter.
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It's a growth industry where the potential is high, but retailers and consumers are both on a steep learning curve.
Virtual reality took center stage at this year’s festival, with advances in the technology opening the door for more unique and engrossing ways to captivate an audience.
The best way to capture your audience today? Insta Stories – a feature on Instagram that allows users, brands and businesses to post photos and videos that vanish after 24 hours.
More than 66 million consumers now own smart speakers, with Amazon leading the industry, according to a new study.
Manhattan's newly opened Hudson Yards is all shine and no substance, and New York City deserves better says Alan G Brake in this Opinion column.
“It’s like riding in a first-class cabin on Emirates airline,” says the interior architect behind one $50,000-per-night hotel suite beneath the Indian Ocean.
Blood banks, smashing rooms and political fire were all present at a heated SXSW this year.
The platform announced the launch of a beta program allowing the customers of more than 20 beauty and fashion brands to shop, check out and manage orders within the app.
Netflix announces that Bear Grylls will front its next choose-your-adventure experiment–and there’s more to come in horror, adventure, and romance.
By using econometrics, Audi has found ads that cut-through are three times more efficient at driving orders, making creativity “really key” for the business - a learning it is taking to the rest of its communications.
The activation in bars around the country is a response to Bud Light's Super Bowl commercial, which called out Coors Light and Miller Lite for their use of corn syrup.
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