CES 2020 was, by many accounts, not so different from past events. However, there were a few notable trends to follow – some that could have a lasting impact on retail in the future. If you think we’re talking about VR and AR, think again. These trends are focused on the slightly less sexy – but infinitely more valuable – progress around data monetization, 5G and frictionless checkout.
Last year, Blis published a series of Real Retail reports based on joint research with Sapio. We learned so much about shopping habits globally that it was impossible to get it all into the reports, so we’re diving back into our data to share some additional insights about shopper behaviour in Singapore in advance of the CNY holidays.
What will the next 10 years hold for us? For starters, we’re already seeing a correction and levelling of the some of the shifts that the last decade brought, particularly in the retail sector.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday week, Blis observed grocery shopping trends at Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s stores across major US cities. Our study encompassed over 46,000 visits to stores in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco
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NEW YORK, Oct. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Blis, the global leader in real-world intelligence, today released the third