As consumers shift many of their purchases online, will physical retail stores even have a reason to exist? That’s the difficult question AT&T retail executives asked themselves two years ago as they began a process to redesign and reinvent all...
Customer experience managers from AT&T's Chicago flagship discussed brand evolution.
Nordstrom is big on Pinterest, but will the social media site be big inside the chain's department stores?
Retailers have realized they must create personalized shopping experiences in order to effectively compete.
Digital signage projection helps to turn every table into a touchscreen.
Innovative retailers are creating a richer customer experience with mobile devices.
New store designs should incorporate digital signage when planning for an omnichannel strategy.
Exhibitors of interactive technology find value in attending retail shows like GlobalShop.
In the next ten years, retail as we know it might come to an end.
The new virtual storefront app caters to the tablet-using shopper and capitalizes on the popularity of mobile retail.
A branding expert tries to make sense of the retailer's multiple strategies.
After its SXSW debut, 3M talks about its new virtual avatar for digital merchandising.
3M recently debuted its first fully integrated, interactive Virtual Presenter at South by Southwest Interactive in Austin, Texas. SXSW attendees could interact with the life-like digital avatar through a touchscreen interface to get conference panel recommendations, learn more about 3M...
The headsets allow users to access information through a heads up display.
The term "showrooming" is the new buzzword in the dictionary of retail. It refers to the act of consumers literally shopping on their smartphones while in the aisle of a retailer.
Mobile in-store tech is the next big thing, if this year's exhibits were any indication.
A Frank Mayer exec discusses how in-store merchandising can bridge the gap between online and in-store shopping.
Insight from Cisco helps Tesco 'catch and keep' digital shoppers.
Although the notorious showroomer makes up only 6 percent of all buying traffic, they're young, active and influential.
At this year's NRF show, Zebra Technologies demonstrated its new in-store technology that uses tablets for an assisted shopping and checkout experience.