3 Ways Amazon Go is Revolutionizing Retail

By now you’ve heard of Amazon Go. But in case you’ve gone completely off the grid recently, here’s the crib notes:

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Topics: customer experience, amazon, convenience, amazon go

One Month Later: The Election and its Impact on Retail

Back in October, we wrote that the upcoming U.S. presidential election (and the fallout from whichever candidate won) would not have a negative impact on retail shopping.  This was notable, because our prediction was at odds with other industry experts who claimed a downtrend in retail sales during Q4 of 2016 was inevitable. Now, a month removed from the election, and with enough shopper data floating around out there, we can definitely say who was right. 

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Black Friday Retail Recap: What Happened?

Last week, we predicted shoppers wouldn’t care about Black Friday sales.  We were right. 

Mostly.

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Topics: holidays, black friday, in-store assortment, millenials

Shoppers Don’t Care About Black Friday

Friday is Black Friday. And we’re sorry to burst your bubble retailers, but the shopping holiday really doesn’t matter all that much anymore. 

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Topics: holidays, black friday, in-store assortment

4 Ways Retail Stores Could Use Westworld Hosts

With Game of Thrones between seasons and ending soon, HBO is banking on their Western / Sci-fi hybrid Westworld to be their next juggernaut series. The series is based on the Michael Crichton original film from 1972. Westworld is a veritable theme park comprised of a large-scale re-creation of the Wild West where those with enough cash in their pocket can buy a ticket to play whatever role they want.  

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Topics: concept stores, artificial intelligence, westworld

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