Everyone shops online these days, but there are certain experiences and products that resist the move to e-commerce. When we can order almost anything online, what compels us to make a purchase in person?
By understanding how retail has evolved through the years and what the current state of omni-channel retail is now, this book offers a formula for predicting retail trends that are likely to happen in the near future.
- how the two essential aspects of shopping, discovery and fulfillment, contribute to when consumers are more likely to purchase online or offline.
- why shopping provides either “time well spent” or “time well saved,” and how to leverage that.
- what retailers and retail real estate developers are doing to stay relevant.
- how a two-axis model can help you accurately predict online and offline shopping behavior for many products and shopping occasions.
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For fans of:
- Robin Lewis & Michael Dart’s “The New Rules of Retail”
- Paco Underhill’s “Why We Buy”
- Nicole L. Reyhle & Jason A. Prescott’s “Retail 101”
“A well-distilled volume processing the past, present and future of consumption. Want a good quick read? It’s right here.” – Paco Underhill, author of Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping
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