As brands continue to adapt to fast-changing consumer habits, they’re finding themselves providing unique offerings
July 2019 marked the hottest month in history as a heatwave scorched much of North
Singapore is on the cutting edge of retail, bringing the digital and the physical together in ways that transcend traditional shopping. GSS has always been more than a sale – it’s been a way to show the world that Singapore truly is a global shopping destination. For retailers within Singapore, leveraging the mobile opportunity is a lucrative way to make the GSS more profitable than ever, through those five weeks and beyond.
The newly reopened Funan mall is unlike any other shopping mall in Singapore, which embraces
Retail must connect online and offline to map personalized, omnichannel paths to purchase As retailers
London Fashion Week is over – but while the stage lights have been switched off,
For brick-and-mortar retailers, this holiday season may or may not be “the most wonderful time of the year,” as the 1963 Andy Williams Christmas standard has it. Location data firm Blis reports that many shoppers don’t plan to spend any more or less on gift buying this year than they did in 2017.
Whether you have a PhD in consumer psychology or just watched a weekend marathon of wilderness survival shows, you’re likely familiar with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.
Pre-2008 was a golden time for retail. American consumers had money in their wallets, and the majority of brand-to-consumer communication was one way. For the most part, retailers were “broadcasting” at consumers via TV, print and online channels, and the playbooks from the previous decade were still considered fit for purpose.