Who are the people in your neighborhood? Nike analyzed buying patterns, app usage and engagement of local LA-area NikePlus members to curate its first Nike Live concept store. Get a peek at the design, inventory and features, before the store opens to the public.
In the face of online innovation, how can brick and mortar retailers compete with algorithms, Big Data and the convenience of front-door delivery? Retailers will need to experiment with their physical space and how they sell. Here several examples of retailers doing this today.
Sports retailers have to play hardball to keep up with demand and stand out in an increasingly competitive market. But what does that really look like? It starts with the genuine feedback of your customer base.
Mega-retailers and mega-vendors are aggressively investing in ways to hack our basic human senses. They are using biological data and human emotion algorithms that fuse the physical, digital and biological spheres.
L’OCCITANE en Provence, a global natural beauty products and cosmetics manufacturer and retailer, will bring the brand's in-store shopping experience online. Founded in 1976, L’OCCITANE has more than 3,000 stores across more than 90 countries with upwards of 50 e-commerce websites.
It has been widely reported that Microsoft is hard at work developing an Amazon Go type solution to capitalize on the cashierless craze. Is this a smart investment, or a waste of resources? Industry experts share their thoughts.
The apparel retailer's new unified commerce and data analytics initiatives will provide rue21 with a customer-centric view of its business that will allow it to better serve shoppers. Learn the details.