Retail is undergoing a period of rapid evolution, and much of that change is being introduced by new players in the market. Check out these 10 retail startups RIS believes are having the greatest impact on the industry thanks to their unique business models and/or novel use of technology.
It is all about the experience. That is the trending mantra across the industry, and the heart and soul of the retail renaissance. Check out how leading retailers like Walmart, Amazon, DSW and lululemon are leading the charge on the experiential retail front.
Customer’s thirst for instant gratification, mixed with the convenience of online shopping has given rise to buy online, pickup in-store. By implementing smart pickup lockers, retailers can take the service to the next level and further differentiate from the competition.
“Remaking the consumer experience will be an increasingly important competitive differentiator," said CEO Larry Merlo. Uncover what that means for the retailer's concept stores launching early next year.
Internet of Things technologies brings real-time visibility to the supply chain. With a sensor-based digital supply chain, businesses can transform how they manage products and shipments across channels. To do so, companies need the right strategy.
By using data insights to expand staff knowledge and deepen the customer relationship, retailers are turning new technologies into rising revenue, creating unique and personalized experiences for customers across all channels.
Guitar Center has redesigned its iconic Los Angeles flagship to better serve its customers and attract a new generation of shoppers. See how the retailer’s $5 million brick-and-mortar investment revitalizes the brand.
Retailers are searching for the keys to the fastest, best fulfillment methods that will set them apart from the competition. Download this Trendagram to learn the four pillars that hold the key to agile operations and satisfied shoppers.