As retail specialists, we have been studying changes in the market, consumer behaviour and consumption patterns. Today, we share our retail insights with you.
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Consumers are looking to brands for enlightenment and the tools for self-care. They are hungry for knowledge so they can create healthier and happier lifestyles.
If we wish to safeguard our planet from the dangers of climate change, it is essential for retail design to develop a strategy to ensure the use of sustainable materials.
Christmas 2020 is a different story for retail design and store experiences. Empathy, the capacity to pivot and the ability to be reactive will be key in terms of assessing what is important to consumers.
Against a backdrop of travel restrictions, store openings in Europe have shunned a positive light on the retail industry, exuding creativity, innovation and hope in otherwise turbulent and uncertain times. Notably, pop-up strategies have been popular.
Freddie and Michael Sheridan dicsuss store openings and consumer behaviour as lockdown lifts for non-essential retail. How retail experiences will improve.
The rules of retail are being rewritten with pop-up shops and consumer experiences placed at the forefront of the future of retail.
In this political climate, sitting on the fence is no longer an option. Brands are taking a stand to join the Black Lives Matter movement.
Against the backdrop of climate change, Greta Thunberg making it as Time magazine’s person of the year and a global health pandemic that is COVID-19, millennials’ successor, Gen Z has come of age.