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How to prepare as a retailer for 2020. Offline, online shopping or channelless shopping, multichannel communication will dominate retail.

editor: Imagine2012
video - Dutch
published: 04/2012
updated: 07/2012

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UK-based retailer Tesco has extended its trial of ‘virtual stores’ in South Korea by installing the offer at more than 20 bus stops around the country.

 

editor: Retail Gazette
article - English
published: 02/2012
updated: 02/2012

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As a brief glance at the world’s media will highlight food, and food access is at the heart of some of these issues and so there is perhaps no place where innovation is needed more than within the food sector and specifically within convenience stores.

editor: TILT
article - English
published: 08/2011
updated: 01/2012

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As part of its search for different ways and formats to reach food and grocery shoppers in South Korea Tesco recently created virtual stores in subway stations in the city of Seoul as a way to try to make grocery shopping more convenient for the busy and time-pressed urban residents in what has become one of the most work-focused country's in the world.

editor: Fresh & Easy Buzz
blog post - English
published: 06/2011
updated: 01/2012

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Here's a story which illustrates the complementarity of an online store with a physical store. A story that shows the growth opportunity represented by the e-commerce for all city-center merchants ??who complain about "tough times", as local shops are slowly dying facing the retail giant competition.

editor: Ludovic Passamonti
blog post - French
published: 12/2011
updated: 12/2011

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The Centre for Retail Research was commissioned by Visa Europe to investigate the Store of the Future 2012-15. They interviewed 300 retailers from seven European countries and 1,000 shoppers. The Report itself deals with the use of technology by customers, shopping by mobile/cellphone, virtual shopping for fashion, changes in payment systems, green retailing, the use of physical stores for Internet shopping and many other topics of customer and retail interest.

editor: Centre for Retail Research
research report - English
published: 05/2008
updated: 11/2011

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To better serve customers with differentiated services, banks are extending applications to mobile platforms such as tablets and smartphones. These new technologies are changing how data and reports can be delivered, and as security features become standard in more mobile devices, online and mobile payment will provide opportunities for banks to further set themselves apart. This document explores the development of mobile banking and payment capabilities and recommends specific technologies to deploy over the next year.

editor: Intel
research report - English
published: 11/2010
updated: 11/2011

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The 2011 issue of the Future of Retail report is designed to inspire anyone involved in creating touchpoints that lead a customer through the purchase path. While there are tremendous changes happening across all aspects of retail, our focus is on the vibrant innovation revolving around the physical store. This 120-page report presents key trends and macro themes that retailers, service providers and product manufacturers can leverage to enhance the shopper experience in order to drive sales. Our research yielded 10 key retail trends that sit within 3 broad themes—Online Expectations Offline Experience, Shopper Know-How and Redefined Retail Cartography.
editor: PSFK
research report - English
published: 08/2011
updated: 11/2011

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Changing consumer preferences and the need for speed are complicating the apparel business along the entire value chain. Here's how to deal with the most important challenges.

editor: McKinsey&Company
research report - English
published: 10/2011
updated: 11/2011

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Differentiation provides retailers a way to compete against the low-cost provider in the marketplace. For differentiation to be truly effective, it needs to be unique to the broader market — more than just convenience, valued by target consumer segments and relevant to a large population base.

editor: NACS Magazine
article - English
published: 09/2011
updated: 11/2011
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