In this edition of the Experience Innovation Newsletter we explore how Warby Parker is reimagining the consumer experience, Nike's new House of Innovation, and Walmart's Artificial Intelligence Retail Lab.
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How eyewear company Warby Parker is reimagining the consumer experience, driving sales and remaining a top DTC brand by owning all elements of the retail life cycle.
From customizable sneakers and apparel to a localized Speedshop for New York customers, the flagship does just about everything — including mobile.
Amazon Go, Amazon's cashier-less convenience stores, are gradually popping up across the U.S. with many more expected to open soon. Amazon's moves into the physical world are about much more than competing with rivals like Walmart and Target.
Ian Rogers, the first-ever chief digital officer of the LVMH group, on why he hates the word "digital" and his very tricky job: matching the luxury online customer journey with the pampered, indulgent experience IRL.
Johnnie Walker has opened its first flagship store which features experiential activities including tasting sessions and cocktail-making classes, and stocks some products that are unique to the flagship.
Walmart plans to bring an Intelligent Retail Lab to a store in Levittown, New York to experiment with customer and associate experiences.
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