Brick-and-mortar isn’t dead—it’s evolving. Sure, traditional shops may be in the decline, but in their place we’ll see other “breeds” of stores that are equipped to keep up with the new shopping habits of consumers.
Armed with smartphones, consumers have literally become the point of sale. Yet, retailers are still trying to herd them through checkout lanes. How retailers adapt to consumers as the POS is a key predictor of who will thrive.
There are now a lot more opportunities, solutions, and strategies that retailers can look into in order to leverage social influence, and in turn, drive customer interactions and sales. This post looks at successful influencer campaigns and offers tips on how to execute them correctly.
Pop-up shops are among the most buzzworthy retail opportunities of 2015. The idea of placing a shop within a shop is not new—department stores have been doing it for years as a way to highlight new designers and collections. But the pop-up of today has evolved into something far more sophisticated.
Cosmetics, by nature, are highly visual and have a variety of subtle characteristics. So sifting through hundreds or even thousands of products is daunting.
Learn how Urban Decay is improving the mobile search experience to help customers find products faster.
If there’s one thing that people can’t get enough of these days, it’s instant gratification. A recent study has shown that 90% of modern consumers expect real-time customer service, while 89% expect to be able to schedule a service whenever they need it. Read on to learn three ways retailers can fulfil orders in 2015.
Time theft is costing you more than you think! This post talks about the different forms of time theft and what you can do to prevent or address it.