Not everything sells equally well on the internet, and physical stores won’t necessarily disappear just because consumers can shop on their cell phones.
For distribution success, it’s important to keep in mind that the generation we're a part of isn't the only thing that influences the way we purchase. Current times in the…
Gimeno & Wehner talk about the convergence of technological disruption, the arrival of highly-skilled players, and the transformation of consumer habits.
The popularization of luxury goods has dramatically raised the bar for what is considered exclusive, and ultra-premium brands that don’t offer a unique experience won’t remain upscale for long.
Consumption habits say a lot about who we are. National retail characteristics reflect the identity, the challenges and the differences between countries and cultures.
We should identify and attract new urban tourists to our cities. They will bring prosperity to business thanks to their shopping tourism.
Impressions from NRF 2019 Retail’s Big Show and Expo. Disruption and transformation do not mean that the end of retail is near. What we are witnessing is actually retail’s new dawn.
It’s not a battle. You don’t have to choose. The omnichannel model will be, if it is not already, the natural model for all shops.