November 04 - 06, 2020
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The In-Store Experience Blog
At Future Stores, we love sharing insights and strategies from the biggest brands and brightest innovators in in-store experience. Below we have a few of our most popular articles and case studies.
Explore how top retailers are transforming in-store experiences to capitalize on the growing appeal of in-store shopping around holiday seasons.
Technology is at the core of customer experience. Perry Ellis invests in Oracles' POS to attain a real-time, 360-view of its customers across all touchpoints.
EssilorLuxottica outlines 5+1 pillars of innovation which accelerates business growth, focusing investment on customer experience and digitization.
Starbucks is brewing up new ideas from its innovation hub: the Deep Brew Initiative, the Mobile Order & Pay functionality, and more to come.
The growing senior population presents a new market for Best Buy's consumer healthcare offering of analytics and health monitoring services.
DSW leverages loyalty programs, data, mobile app, and feedback to personalize customer experience and drive engagement across all touchpoints.
Sephora's "The Next Big Thing" corner is where customers can discover new trends and hidden gems from up-and-coming digitally native brands.
Macy's subscription line for beauty products and clothing offers product variety to its customers at great value, encouraging successful repeat business.
Eataly is incorporating a farm-to-table initiative to bring sustainable products to its ethically and environmentally-conscious generation of customers.
RFID technology has found increasing uses in the retail space for managing inventory, reducing out-of-stock incidents, preventing losses, and more.
With mobile representing over half of online store traffic, top brands are incorporating ways to bring mobile into their customer experience strategy.
“Click and Collect” is an effective way to drive sales and in-store revenue. Find out how to incorporate it into your omnichannel retail business today.
Purchase returns are costly for retail businesses. Digital technology can help reduce the volume of returns and their operational/logistical cost.
In-store shopping experience is still relevant to Millennials and Gen-Zers, but retailers must identify successful use cases to capitalize on this inclination