Malls as we know them are going out of style - but that doesn't mean they're dying. Instead, they're using AI, curated experiences, and more to evolve and fit into the world of tomorrow.
Synchrony’s latest consumer research tracks adoption and interest in new and emerging retail technology. Results for Personalization, Augmented Reality, Bio-Authentication and Simplification.
New research from a survey of 4,300 Chinese consumers suggests a path forward for brands and marketers seeking the next wave of growth. - From McKinsey & Company
With Facial Recognition, Smart Shelf signals, Personalized Promotions, Package & Bio-metric scanning, in-store & shopping experience as a whole is revolutionized for customers as well as retailers.
More than 90% of members who try Scan & Go use it again on their next trip, and regular use is up 40% this year. That’s because it makes shopping easier and members like that. - From Sam's Club
Will Amazon conquer the world? From banking to data, food delivery to healthcare, the FT's Lex looks at which sectors should fear the tech giant the most. From Financial Times
Latest technology and what it means for the 60 million people who work in the garment industry. - From Wall Street Journal
Browse and buy – in another dimension – at the mixed-reality shopping booth at Taobao Maker Festival 2019.
Evolutionary AI models a business and tests strategies to anticipate the likelihood of success.
Aisle411, leading indoor mapping app, announces Tango that allows retail shoppers to search & navigate to product locations while getting rewarded in retail environments in a revolutionary new way.
Walmart Bossa Nova Robotics autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) used for real-time, on-shelf product data. Video Courtesy of Walmart Media. Video has no sound.
Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff explains how Tiffany's is getting creative with new designs, cafes, pop-ups, riskier advertising, celebrities and more.
The seventh annual Gartner L2 Digital IQ Index: Department Stores benchmarks the digital competence of 61 department store brands operating globally.
In the video above we take a look at how Amazon stays on top of delivering billions of packages a year with the help of robots.
Shopping might be defined as a purely visual phenomenon. We see, we like, we buy. But with new technology from Alibaba, it's become one of touch and even smell, too.
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