Is the pureplay retail model viable for long-term success? A new report argues that the move into bricks-and-mortar is integral to the survival of any online retailer.
With major footwear brands like Nike, New Balance and Adidas all experimenting with 3D printing, footwear retail could be on the cusp of a fundamental change.
Adidas is actively pursuing the women’s fitness market by offering curated subscription boxes in collaboration with prominent fitness personalities.
Australian online men’s tailor, InStitchu, announces the opening of a new Brisbane CBD showroom — the company’s third physical shopfront.
Myer’s new ad campaign aims to capitalise on the power of its returns policy by enhancing customer trust and encouraging people to shop.
Will ground-based robots beat aerial drones in the race to automate last-mile delivery? London-based start-up Starship Technologies is betting they will.
One of the defining retail trends of 2015 was the return to bricks and mortar retailing. The infographic below outlines the benefits of a physical storefront and how it can complement an online store.
A generous returns policy can increase customer trust and sales, but it can also cost you money and open you up to returns fraud. Creating the perfect policy is a delicate exercise in customer psychology.
Innovation as a Service is not a new concept, but as retail technology and customer demands become more complex more retailers are looking to outsource their innovation strategies.
Beacon technology failed to really take off in 2015, despite significant hype and some high-profile pilots. Will 2016 be the year of the beacon?