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.
Concept stores are cropping up all over the place right now, but with each store claiming to offer an entirely unique experience, do they all live up to the hype?
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Last year, our CEO, Fabrice, made the leap across the pond to open an office in New York. Everyone knows the Big Apple is one of the shopping capitals of the world - but how does it compare to London? We sat down with Fabrice to hear about his experiences with US retail since becoming a New Yorker.
1. What have you learned about retail since taking YOOBIC to NYC?
We interviewed 4 experienced retail executives about the biggest developments of 2018, the toughest challenges ahead, and one technology they think will be the biggest game-changer. Here are their thoughts!
Who doesn’t love duty free shopping? Once we’ve made it through the hell of check-in and security, airport shopping is a luxurious pre-holiday treat, a haven of tax-free fragrances and giant Toblerones.
This week's post is written by Michael Dahan, the CEO of New Legacy - Sports Zone, a lifestyle athletic footwear and apparel chain in Maryland. He has been a retail executive in this industry for 18 years.
Why should we bother to digitize store visits? If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it… right? Wrong.
We’ve already seen plenty of stores we know and love go under because they couldn’t keep up with what their customers wanted.
We've seen so many retailers incorporate tech into the shopping experience to remove pain points, but store operations processes have lagged behind.