Did you know that one garbage truck of textiles is landfilled or incarcerated every second? Or that the fashion industry produces a higher percentage of global wastewater and carbon emissions than all international flights and maritime shipping?
If stores are an untapped goldmine of data waiting to be found, store visits and audits are how retailers strike gold.
Topics: retail store visits
Whether you’re having a cookout, picnic, block party or heading off on vacation, 86% of Americans are planning on celebrating Independence Day this year.
What would you say is the difference between an ok shopping experience, and a great one? More often than not, it comes down to the sales associates.
Last month, we published a blog post on the growing number of digitally native vertical brands (DNVBs) opening physical stores. This is an exciting moment for these brands, as they transition from pure-play e-commerce to the entirely different challenge of running a store network.
As we all know, the cornerstone of a successful store is a flawless customer experience. And one of the biggest contributing factors to that experience is the look and feel of the store.
Less than half of consumers trust car manufacturers and dealerships to do business fairly. That's lower than in any other industry.
Lovers of a luxurious bathing ritual owe a lot to Lush. In 1989, co-founder Mo Constantine revolutionized bath-time when she invented the bath bomb in her garden shed. Since opening the first Lush store in 1995, the ethically-focused beauty retailer has expanded to 49 countries, and most recently opened its largest ever store in Liverpool on March 15.
In an increasingly automated world, the one thing that can’t be replaced by an algorithm is real, human interaction.