Why photos are the next big thing in retail, how Gen Z is spending their money, and the ever-changing concept store from Macy's. This and more in this week's edition of The Future Retail Newsletter.
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Looking at engagement holistically, rather than simply identifying disparate interactions that can be automated, helps define and deliver a more seamless customer experience.
American teens spend some $77 billion annually and many care about social issues, making them a powerful consumer group.
The U.K. capital's top beauty brands are driving store traffic with personalized attention and immersive retail environments.
Direct to consumer is more than just a buzzword in retail right now. Over the past several years, a slew of digitally native brands have cropped up in just about every sector in retail.
Brands are betting that images will boost sales, better engage shoppers and improve trust in their brands.
To see and try on the eyewear, shoppers must journey their way through the designed environment – an experience the company hopes will help people reflect on their relationships with our current world.
At Alcova during this Milan Design Week, Panter&Tourron presented Tense, a set of five pieces of furniture that are meant to easily travel with their nomadic owners.
Google, Sony, LG, and other giants are showing up to show off gadgets at Salone del Mobile–evidence of the subtle way they’re reframing themselves as design-led companies.
Samsung has created an interactive installation, called Resonance, that allows visitors to create art by breathing, talking and moving.
The roll out comes about a year after Macy’s acquired Story, a retail concept that focuses on a particular theme and changes up the products and layout every few months.
IKEA has opened its first Manhattan store, but it’s unlike any of the retailer’s other U.S. locations. This store functions as a planning studio in Manhattan, the first center of its kind in the United States.
Walgreens' latest effort to provide a wider range of accessible health and wellbeing products and services to best meet the needs and preferences of their customer.
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