KicksUSA and the Slow Shopping Movement

Update 9/15: Be sure to check out KicksUSA latest opening in Spanish Harlem


Prior to their reinvention as experience-driven locations, movie theaters closed with alarming frequency. Fox News dubbed 2005 the “death knell for movies,” and by 2011, more than a handful of articles called for something to be done with the thousands upon thousands of vacant theaters looming over strip malls across the country. And while, six or so years later, the theater-going experience has largely rebounded, little progress has been made on re-purposing those that failed to survive.

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Topics: customer experience, concept stores, accessories, slow shopping movement, shoes, in-store experience

Survey Says: Here's Your New Customer

Last week, Retail Dive published the results of an exhaustive survey “on the psyche of the American consumer and the evolving role of the brick-and-mortar store.” The publication surveyed hundreds of U.S. consumers, with the stated goal of understanding of how today’s shoppers view and engage with both brick-and-mortar and e-commerce retail stores.

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Topics: customer experience, in-store assortment, accessories, survey

Coach is Shrinking to Grow

Every day now, there seems to be news of some long-revered retailers’ protracted decline. And yes, we get it—those type of headlines drive more eyeballs. 

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Topics: retail stores, coach, accessories

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