Consumers are dreaming big this holiday season. They are ramping up digital sales and continuing to increase their use of mobile devices in the quest for the perfect gift.
Let's relax. It's time to check those expectations at the kitchen door and rediscover the simple joy of cooking, eating, and being together. Ikea style.
The retail revolution is already here. Supersmart developed a unique statistical engine for products, consumers and shopping baskets, which tracks parameters over time.
Pepper the humanoid robot helps out a customer in a DIY store. More robots coming to retail.
Cisco's view of the future of retail and personalized shopping experiences.
Created by Five Elements Robotics, DASH is designed to make shopping easier by taking you to the items and to the car.
Using security footage taken from their own stores, watch some cheeky visitors shoplifting. Rewards by UK Harvey Nichols a better idea to freebies. A Cannes 2016 Film Lions Grand Prix Award Winner.
Goldman Sachs view on the future of retail from an empowered consumer that will force companies to provide better products, services and experiences, in the golden age of consumer choice.
This concept by Italian designer Carlo Ratti Associati, features many futuristic designs such as transparent displays and robots boxing up your food.
Retailers need to ensure that the brand experience is seamless and constant at all touch points. We are only beginning to see how smart-phones can bring the digital experience into the stores.
Throughout 2015, FBIC Global Retail & Technology researched, discussed and reported on the latest retail and tech themes. In this video, Deborah Weinswig, looks ahead to 2016.
"Fast Retailing and Accenture are forming a joint initiative to accelerate the digital innovation of consumer services for Fast Retailing’s customers globally. A visual video sample.
Today, you can buy almost anything online. In 2014, on Cyber Monday alone, $2.68 billion in sales were made. So, how did we get here?
Meet the first robotic autonomous shelf auditing and analytics solution. Performs the repetitive and laborious tasks of auditing shelves for out-of-stock items, misplaced items, and pricing errors.
NTT Examples Scenarios include: Sustainable city-living, Sports Entertainment at home, Retail from home and shopping physically in-store, Healthcare and exercise, and Working both at home.
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