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First Look: Fashion Forward Colors for Next Semester

Stay chic this spring with the top 10 color choices from the Pantone Color Institute. The colors you see below were based off of the lineup seen at… 169 more words

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The '2016' Black Friday & Holiday Shopping Season

Black Friday is often a landmark for shoppers every year as it signifies the commencement of the holiday shopping season. Customers look forward to this time of the year and so does the retailer. 533 more words


POS & Digital Signage: The Future of Retail

For quite some time till now and for a long time to come, an enhanced ‘customer shopping experience‘ is what will be the main force driving conversions for retailers. 573 more words


Natural Cosmetics Conference 2016: [Show Report]

From 27th to 28th September 2016 the annual Naturkosmetikbranchenkongress (Natural Cosmetics Conference) took place here in Berlin.

This year, the conference focused on digitalization and its effect on the consumer: how the constantly growing connectivity is changing our society and altering consumer behavior and consumer expectations. 7,549 more words


The Future of the Campus Store

Earlier last month The New York Times published a piece focusing on transitions within campus stores. ‘As Amazon Arrives, the Campus Bookstore is a Books Store No More’ discusses a common theme we’ve seen on campuses, students are going elsewhere for their textbook purchases. 301 more words

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Bonjour de Montréal

Every year the International Retail Design Conference (IRDC) selects a city that is a leading curator of retail trends. This year’s host was Montréal – a city that celebrates its history while exuding a contemporary flair, edgy style and a thriving cosmopolitan energy. 237 more words


Company Profile: Coop Switzerland

A few months ago I researched and wrote a company profile on Swiss supermarket chain Coop for one of my magazine projects. In the end, we decided not to use the Coop piece; so here it is (updated and annotated!). 1,789 more words