From Cushman and Wakefield, great analysis of the past and European retail scene, including great charts on future retail hot spots.
How can CEOs and their top teams even begin to make sense of the swirl of technological breakthroughs affecting business today? How do they gauge the impact of artificial intelligence on their companies' future compared with say, the Internet of Things or virtual reality? A report from PWC provides some answers.
Accenture's new survey of global shoppers reveals a rising intensity that is forcing companies to adapt more quickly to the shifting retail reality that defines the customer experience. 47% of consumers can't wait for real time promotions while only 7% of retailers send them. Plus more great data.
The Economist Intelligence Unit latest report provides scores for lifestyle changes in 140 cities worldwide. Australia still has the top city, but liveability has deteriorated in 29 of the 140 cities (20%) surveyed in the last 12 months. Where do your major cities rank?
RetailWire surveyed nealy 300 retail industry execs and managers to better understand how retailers are using in-store technologies to try to provide shoppers with truly onmichannel experiences.
Finland, Switzerland, Sweden, Israel, Singapore, the Netherlands, and the USA are leading the world when it comes to generating economic impact from investments in information and communication technologies according to the latest World Economic Forum latest report.
From AT Kearney, a white paper on where retail in emerging markets is headed. Will it return to a path of growth, or has its heyday come and gone? Four possible futures analyzed.
From Deloitte, as you read the following chapters, we challenge you to think beyond 'what' of digital innovation - the shiny objects, applications, and capabilities - to the 'so what' - how you will harness emerging trends, innovation, and disruption to create real business value.
Walker Sands' 2016 Future of Retail Study examines the subtle shifts in consumer behavior and the equally important implications. Based on an analysis of more than 1400 USA consumers, this report analyzes the backend technologies responsible for creating consumer change in recent years.
Over 1.2 million shoplifters and dishonest employees were apprehended in 2015 but just 25 large USA companies who recovered over $200 million from these thieves, according to the 28th Annual Retail Theft Survey conducted by Jack L. Hayes International.
The USA National Retail Security Survey provides latest inventory shrinkage, staffing & budgeting for the loss prevention departments, employee integrity screening, loss prevention training & awareness programs, the impact of dishonest employees and the cost of external retail crime.
How IoT, Big Data, and the Cloud will ignite the Fourth Industrial Revolution in Retail. Disruption is not just a threat; it is an opportunity.
Make your list and check it twice and see the key explorations for Holiday 2016. Key insights on what happened in 2015 and ideas for improvements in 2016.
Amid ongoing economic turbelence, developing markets continue to offer retailers some prime opportunities for growth.
Mary Meeker, partner at venture capital fund Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, annual internet trends report. Three billion global internet users. Smartphone growth slowing. Online advertising growing 20%. Online sales now at 10%. Plus much, much more.
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