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Big-box retailers like Best Buy and Walmart are beginning to feel the heat as sales decline in the face of stiffer competition from e-commerce giants like Amazon. 'Showrooming' is the new reality. …

Big-box retailers like Best Buy and Walmart are beginning to feel the heat as sales decline in the face of stiffer competition from e-commerce giants like Amazon. 'Showrooming' is the new reality. Shoppers are more educated than ever before and the ability to check prices on the fly has resulted in increased commoditization and a rethinking of how brands and retailers go about providing a differentiated offering. The pressures that companies like Amazon and Alice.com are exerting on the marketplace have forced traditional retailers to contemplate a multi-channel approach to online, mobile and bricks-and-mortar sales.
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  • 1. FUTURE OF RETAILReinvention & Revolution: Retail On Demand & The New Brand Champions
  • 2. Modern Shopper’s Expectations Sophistication Based On Personal Knowledge Prepared To Trade Data For ABetter Experience Instant Access To Expertise Takes Advantage Of Technology Wants To Be Offered A Perfect Match
  • 3. THE NEW BRAND CHAMPION
  • 4. “LET ME SELL ON YOUR BEHALF”THE NEW BRAND CHAMPIONSetting The StageSHOPPER ASBy clearing the air before customers enter a store and calling out targetedAFFILIATmoments for valuable interactions, retailers are helping to create thefoundations of a focused and worthwhile interaction
  • 5. MULU.MECOMMISSION FEES EARNED BY INFLUENCING ONLINE PURCHASES
  • 6. TESCOSHARING PRODUCTS ON FACEBOOK DOUBLES CUSTOMERS’ LOYALTY POINTS
  • 7. BARCLAYCARD RINGCOMMUNITY POWERED CREDIT CARD INVOLVES CARDHOLDERS IN CARD MANAGEMENT AND PROFITS
  • 8. CATERPILLARCONSTRUCTION BRAND GETS REAL-TIME FEEDBACK FROM CUSTOMERS ON NEW TRUCK DESIGNS
  • 9. “HELP ME DECIDE WHICH ONE TOBUY”Meta-LibraryBy tapping into the wealth of online information by leveraging imagerecognition search and augmented reality to present detailed information andcontextual relevance, users are able to use information without being tied toa specific medium or behavior.
  • 10. NEEDLESERVICE PAIRS CONSUMERS WITH BRAND EXPERTS FOR REAL-TIME PRODUCT CONSULTATIONS
  • 11. KYSY VAIKKAINSURANCE COMPANY RECRUITS EXISTING POLICY HOLDERS TO ADVISE POTENTIAL CUSTOMERS
  • 12. “LET ME NAME MY PRICE”Layered VirtualShowcaseWith a growing level of peer to peer communities that are working togetherand searching for service answers, the right information is being rewardedand being presented in easy formats for large groups of people to use andshare.A new set of digital services are enabling shoppers to visually experienceand experiment with products before they buy.
  • 13. NETPLENISHAPP LETS RETAILERS COMPETE TO SUPPLY HOUSEHOLD GOODS
  • 14. BUYAPOWAWEBSITE PROVIDES BULK DISCOUNTS ON POPULAR PRODUCTS
  • 15. Modern Shopper’s Expectations Sophistication Based On Personal Knowledge Prepared To Trade Data For ABetter Experience Instant Access To Expertise Takes Advantage Of Technology Wants To Be Offered A Perfect Match
  • 16. “Give Me Personal Attention And Better Service”Service With An Opt In
  • 17. NEIMAN MARCUSLOCATION AWARE APP PROVIDES SALES-STAFF WITH CUSTOMERS’ PREFERENCES
  • 18. MODCLOTHSTYLISTS LOOK TO YOUR PAST PURCHASES TO TAILOR ADVICE
  • 19. “Teach Me How To Use This”RETAIL ON DEMANDSubject SpecialistSHOPPER COACHING Staff members with specialized knowledge bases who can provide smarter answers and product recommendations to their customers in-store, online and over the phone.
  • 20. MOTOMETHODMOTORCYCLE REPAIR SHOP INVITES CUSTOMERS TO WORK ON BIKES THEMSELVES
  • 21. LENBROOKEXPERIENCE ‘POP-UPS’ SHOW CUSTOMERS HOW TO ACESS HIGHER AUDIO PERFORMANCE
  • 22. “LET ME SHOP WHAT I LIKE”
  • 23. GLIMPSESOCIAL SHOPPING CHANNEL USES FACEBOOK ‘LIKES’ TO BUILD CUSTOM CATOLOGS
  • 24. PICKIEPERSONALIZED MAGAZINE SHOWCASES FRIENDS’ LIKES AND SHARES
  • 25. “LET ME BUILD THE PERFECT ONE FOR ME”Experience CentersBest-in-class brands are creating experience centers where consumers areapproached, not only as shoppers, but as sophisticated learners who areeager to engage and create
  • 26. EVOLVEXCUSTOMIZING MODULAR FURNITURE ONLINE AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE
  • 27. FUJIFILM 3D PRINTING KIOSK ALLOWS RETAILERS TOOFFER CUSTOMERS PERSONALIZED OBJECTS
  • 28. “HELP ME CHOOSE THE PERFECT FIT”Reading The CustomerRETAIL ON DEMANDFIT WITH A CLICKOpt-in services that allow customers to make their personal data available tomembers of staff in exchange for the promise of tailored service, productrecommendations and optimization.
  • 29. UPCLOADWEBCAM ENABLED ALGORITHM ENSURES CUSTOMERS FIND THE RIGHT FIT ONLINE
  • 30. SAYDUCKAUGMENTED REALITY APP TESTS POTENTIAL FURNITURE IN CONSUMERS’ HOMES
  • 31. CONTACT WHY PSFKPSFK is a trends-led innovation company thatprovides its clients with ideas and inspiration toevolve its products, services and marketingcommunications. We employ a unique methodologyto deliver trends research together with futurebusiness concepts and user scenarios to a client listthat includes American Express, BMW, Microsoft, Piers FawkesInterContinental Hotels Group, Target and Pepsi. CEO & Founder piers@psfk.com +1 646.520.4672 Jeff Weiner Director, Business Development jeff.weiner@psfk.com +1 646.520.4665 +1 516.359.3453 42 Bond Street, 6th Floor New York, NY 10012 USA www.psfk.com