The Future of Retailing

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The world can be your shopping cart in the post digital era. The digital world has transformed the way we shop. Our Retail team focuses on enhancing the shopping experience in clients’ retail locations by using innovative mobile, signage, and touchscreen technologies to create fully integrated stores. We call it retail with substance.

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The Future of Retailing

  1. The Future of Retail Post-Digital Approach To Shopper Marketing
  2. When the old ways begin to giveway to something yet to beimagined, we have a choice. Live in the past or get down to thebusiness of imaging the future. The time has come to re-imagine the future of shopping.
  3. The entire world can be a retail experience Anything. Anytime, anywhere!
  4. We’ve moved far beyond “themedium is the message”; now, weneed new messages. We needworthwhile tools. In a truly post-digital world, the only survivors arepeople, beauty, truth, and awareness. The Post-Digital decade has arrived.
  5. Best Buy Saw Growth In A Poor Economy Source: joannapenabickley.net & Contagious Magazine
  6. The introduction of connectedtechnologies into retail environmentsis changing the ways that stores areable to provide customer service. Service Centered Tech
  7. Best Buy + Twitter invented a new customer service platform Source: Twiiter.com
  8. Sephora on the go Source: JoannaPenaBickley…net
  9. Physical stores still provide the bestmeans to communicate with customersand offer a brand experience. In-Store Tech
  10. Sephora in store experience Source: JoannaPenaBickley…net
  11. UNIQLO’s Pop Up Keds+Whitney@Bloomingdale’s
  12. Creating a flexible in-store environmentthrough design, product offerings andpromotions, ensures that each visit willfeel like a brand new experience. In-Store Service Centered Tech
  13. American Eagle Outfitters / 77kids Source: Contagious Magazine
  14. Increased access to the mobile web isfreeing the retail experience from theconfines of the physical and traditionalonline environment, allowing shoppingto take place virtually anywhere. Location-Based Services
  15. A Burger Truck Wet’s The Public Appetite Source: PSFK
  16. Leveraging collaborations based onaspects such as locale or culturaltouchstones, maintains a brand’srelevancy in the eyes of the customer. Democratic Consumerism
  17. Entire World As A Display Source: PSFK
  18. Introducing like-minded productsand services into standalone retailenvironments shows customers thata brand is confident in their coreoffering and looking to furtherenhance the in-store experience. Whether physically or through connected technologies, shopping is still best experienced socially.
  19. The Bike Shop Encourages A Community of Riders Source: PSFK
  20. In Store Camera Meets Facebook Connect Source: PSFK
  21. Empower customers by providing themwith all of the tools needed to make aninformed purchase decision. Physical stores still provide the best means to communicate with customers and offer a brand experience.
  22. Mercedes dealers improve the experience with an iPad enabled app Source: PSFK
  23. In the new customer-centricapproach to retail, stores need tocontinually find ways to lowerbarriers to purchase and beprepared to make a sale wheneverand wherever a customer is ready. Take the store to the customer with mCommerce
  24. www.stripeylines.com Immediate Research, Sampling & Buying Source: PSFK
  25. GAP, GILT & Converse Source: joannapneabickley.net
  26. Shopping 3.0 is about a truly empowered consumer.

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