Retail Trends

Remember beacons? What are the prospects for VR in stores? The list of  innovative retail technologies grows longer and more confusing each day, so to help retailers make better tech choices, the HighStreet Collective has published the Retail Innovation Radar Report. It attempts to identify  the most “shopper-ready”  technologies, meaning

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Everyone likes a bargain, particularly fashion consumers and the spectacular growth of factory outlets and other off-price fashion chains indicates how popular the idea of buying high-quality fashion at bargain prices has become. Off-price retailers specialize in buying up seconds, end-of-season closeouts, canceled orders, overruns and goods returned by other

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Retail Trends

As more sales migrate to digital channels, store closures will inevitably continue, particularly in the more mature economies.  But many brick-and-mortar retailers are are underestimating the contribution their stores make to an omnichannel retailing strategy. That’s the conclusion of McKinsey & Company researchers, who say that many store closure decisions are simply based

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Retail Trends

Why do customers come to your stores? According to a survey by Publicis.Sapient, customer service is the stand-out reason for shopping in a physical store instead of online. Indeed, it is the only area where brick-and-mortar stores beat buying in an online marketplace or directly from the brand. The research

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Retail Trends

For many retailers, having empty shelves for a day, or even several days, versus a few hours or less can make a significant difference on daily sales. Coca Cola’s focus on faster replenishment underscores its importance to retailers today. To guarantee their shelves would be stocked for World Cup 2018 customers

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Beat cart abandonment with omnichannel retail
Retail Trends

Online shopping is often seen as invincible by retailers, but a recent Usabilla study on the biggest reasons for online cart abandonment shows why many shoppers still prefer shopping in the store and how retailers can use omnichannel capabilities to compete with pure online or offline competitors. Common online frustrations including too many

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Midway through August, retailers still have time to capitalize on a significant piece of the $82.8 billion pie predicted by the NRF this year by leveraging their omnichannel capabilities. According to last year’s data, less than 15 percent had completed all their shopping by August, and more than a quarter had not even

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