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  • Retailers Are Redesigning For Experience, But What About Safety?

    February 7th, 2019

    Retailers are investing billions of dollars to heighten the in-store shopper experience, but shopper safety may be a more pressing issue. As natural disasters, flash mobs and mass shootings grow common, retailers, consultants and store planners are incorporating precaution. Five safety guidelines.

  • Maturing Gen Z Is Dumping The Mall; Here’s How To Catch Them

    April 3rd, 2018

    The oldest members of Gen Z, now college grads, are skipping shopping malls as credit card access and a need for convenience eclipse their desire for fun and experience. This has happened before. Here’s how malls can remain important to the latest class of shoppers. (Hint: Drop the word “mall.”)

  • Retailers Want Your Business: 5 Great Opportunities For Shoppers In 2018

    January 22nd, 2018

    The past year presented great challenges for much of the retail sector, and only those brands with a passion to accommodate consumer and economic whims proved their resilience. The result for shoppers will be several great opportunities in the year ahead. Here are the top five.

  • Is The Search Taking The Joy Out Of Online Shopping?

    August 30th, 2017

    The online retail search function can make a shopper’s online experience, but in many cases it breaks it. This could result in substantial unrealized sales. The experts at Twiggle, a firm dedicated to simplifying the online search function, shares four common mistakes.

  • Whatever Happened To Showrooming? How Big Retail Is Taking Back The Shopping Trip

    August 23rd, 2017

    A few years ago, retail experts worried that showrooming would shut down the physical store. Instead, the practice of researching products in-store and then buying online may be making brick-and-mortar retail stronger — for five distinct reasons. Here, we learn from Walmart, Best Buy and Lowe’s.