The “passenger economy” created by the convergence of autonomous vehicles and ride-hailing will be worth $7 trillion a year by 2050. In USA, consumers spend 1.2 billion hours per week driving to the mall, finding parking, wondering around aisles, checking out and driving home. Smart Car Innovation.
Topic: Retail News
To grow subscriptions and ecommerce volume in general, retailers must do more than deliver the last mile. Home delivery is NOT a highly valued convenience if the customer has to worry about time slots, access or theft.
In responding to customers escalating demands, most retailers do not have the resources to do everything in house. Finding the right partners can bridge gaps to create win-wins that will be critical for future survival.
The rules of retailing "are being rewritten in this time of transformative change. Innovation, integration, and automation will be required to reinvigorate commerce, profoundly impacting the way retailers do business now, and in the future. Global Top 250 retailers, welcome to the disruptive future.
An avalanche in Hawaii? That’s what I experienced at the annual RSPA INSPIRE Conference, held Jan. 28-31, 2018, in Kona, HI. This wasn’t a snow-powered avalanche; instead it was a deluge of data related to trends and best practices in the POS channel that I gleaned from several industry leaders.
ideo, personalization, and emerging technologies will transform the retail industry to new levels. Look "below the surface" and leverage these trends in defining your successful future of retail.
An annual tradition is to walk the floor observing the technology themes, speaking to lots of retailers and industry friends, and creating my own personal list of the foundational ideas that are evolving the retail industry. From 20+ observations, here are top 10.
Few retailers can copy Amazon, nor should they try. Each must honestly evaluate how they can meet rising customer demands.
Analog retail is dying. The future of retail is about digital footprints to make everything personalized. Present-day mobile devices connected to the Internet-of-Things (IoT) are appreciably digitally disrupting consumer commerce. By 2020, retail shopping will blur into your everyday life.