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vintage clothing store in china immerses shoppers in multi-dimensional, futuristic realm

Design Boom

tomo design creates a journey through unbound time and space for an avant-garde shopping experience. The post vintage clothing store in china immerses shoppers in multi-dimensional, futuristic realm appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Halleroed mixes French and Japandi influences inside L/Uniform's Paris boutique

Dezeen

In the arty Paris district of Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Stockholm design studio Halleroed has designed a new boutique for French bag and luggage brand L/Uniform. Taking cues from the brand's simple, rational approach to design, Halleroed design lead Ruxandra Halleröd created a series of backdrops that allow the products to "pop out in a beautiful way".

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Note Design Studio’s approach leverages collaboration and dialogue

Design Wanted

“Ideas you can feel” is the claim in the Instagram bio of Stockholm-based Note Design Studio. This concept aptly encapsulates the spirit of design as taking […] The post Note Design Studio’s approach leverages collaboration and dialogue appeared first on DesignWanted.

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“Use it or lose it”: How local precincts are faring amid return to the CBD

Inside Retail

There was huge momentum behind the ‘shop local’ movement over the last few years, as consumers were restricted to certain locations during Covid-19 lock-downs, and felt connected to the success and survival of local businesses. This was partly measured by 2021 research from Shopper , with 62 percent of customers making an effort to support local businesses, and one in three Australians feeling closer to their local community during this period.

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Get MACH Ready: Preparing Your Business for Digital Transformation

Adopting MACH technology means more than implementing new platforms. This type of digital change affects your organization at every level and requires a thoughtful approach to navigate challenges that crop up. The Get MACH Ready report, co-authored by MACH Alliance member Scott Canney in collaboration with Orium, commercetools, and Contentstack, will provide you with strategies to prepare your organization for a digital transformation.

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sloped scaffolding displays in tokyo showcase inclusive apparel range by new balance

Design Boom

atelier write slopes the display in line with the clothes' hems to emphasize the collection's range of gender neutral sizes. The post sloped scaffolding displays in tokyo showcase inclusive apparel range by new balance appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

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Hollister Co. Announces New London Soho Store

Retail Focus

Hollister Co. has announced the relocation of its London store to Foubert’s Place, Soho, where the retailer will offer its signature men’s and women’s apparel and accessories. Today, Hollister will open the doors of its new store located just off London’s Carnaby Street; a globally renowned shopping destination. Hollister believes in celebrating teens – their firsts, their experiences and their memories, every day.

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Woolworths sales growth beats inflation, as CEO pledges value focus

Inside Retail

Woolworths Group has reported an 8 per cent boost in group-wide sales during the third quarter to $16.338 billion. That’s marginally ahead of the 7 per cent inflation rate during the same three months but higher growth than archrival Coles reported last week at 6.5 per cent. Woolworths Group CEO, Brad Banducci, said customer spending levels were stable during the quarter “however value-conscious customers are becoming more thoughtful about their discretionary spend, trading into more affordable

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Yorkshire Asian Young Achiever Awards nominations now open

Retail Times

Retail Times publishes international & UK retail news covering products, data, tech, packaging, people, research, comment and more besides! A leading award scheme that celebrates the achievements of young Asian people in Yorkshire is now open for entries. The Yorkshire Young Achiever Awards – known as “the YAYAs” – are in their fourth year and have grown into a key event in the Yorkshire and UK awards calendar.

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RKumar Opticians Bopal Store, Ahmedabad

Retail Focus

Every retail experience is drawn from a story—this optical store is developed as a creative dialogue between I’m D’sign and the experimental wing I’mX, signalling the dawn of the digital age. Its vision for the future comes live with the spatial experience that brings a monochrome edge with an out-of-the-world glare speaking for the new, while a transcendent appeal holds onto the stature of this renowned brand in India.

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Sustainability, Well-being, and the Building Blocks of a Biophilic Workplace

All Work

Incorporating biophilic design principles into workplace environments can have far-reaching benefits, both for individuals and for the planet. As designers recognize the symbiosis between sustainability and human well-being, they can create spaces that accommodate the diverse needs and preferences of different individuals. Providing a range of spatial, thermal, formal, and acoustical environments that prioritize health and well-being can make a workplace more attractive, making it commute-worth

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From Data to Decisions: Maximizing Retail Potential with AI

Speaker: David Azoulay, Marc Stracuzza, Román Tejada, and guest speaker Sucharita Kodali

Imagine a retail landscape where every interaction is personalized, every decision informed, and every opportunity maximized 🤔✨ Join us for an exploratory journey into the heart of AI-driven retail innovation. We’ll unveil the transformative potential of AI and data analytics in shaping the future of omnichannel personalization and e-commerce.

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Revlon exits bankruptcy, assures of ‘strong financial footing’

Inside Retail

Revlon has emerged from bankruptcy after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last year in order to reorganise its debt. The company said in a statement it is emerging from Chapter 11 as a private firm on “strong financial footing”, having raised approximately $236 million through an equity rights offering, a new money senior secured credit facility, and new asset-based loans.

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pladis commemorates the Coronation of King Charles III with special McVitie’s gift

Retail Times

Retail Times publishes international & UK retail news covering products, data, tech, packaging, people, research, comment and more besides! McVitie’s and pladis have created, baked and decorated a special cake presented as a gift at Windsor Castle in commemoration of the Coronation of Their Majesties on 6 May 2023. McVitie’s distinguished heritage includes marking many milestones for the British Royal Family with celebration cakes for weddings, christenings, anniversaries and Jubilees since

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Iconic swimwear label, Hunza G, opens first ever store at Seven Dials, Covent Garden

Retail Focus

Shaftesbury Capital has announced that Hunza G, the sustainable swimwear brand, is opening its debut store at 35-37 Monmouth Street in Seven Dials, Covent Garden. With physical collections only previously stocked within leading multi-brand stores including Selfridges, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, the opening of Hunza G in Seven Dials marks a milestone moment for the brand as it commits to its first retail store.

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The geometrical twist of Pigmenti – interview with Ferruccio Laviani

Design Wanted

Last year Lea Ceramiche and Ferruccio Laviani presented Pigmenti, a tactile and chromatically perfect collection inspired by the work of the artist Sol Lewitt. An earthly […] The post The geometrical twist of Pigmenti – interview with Ferruccio Laviani appeared first on DesignWanted.

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Brick & Mortar Retail Relevance: How to Stay Ahead of the Curve

Speaker: Jay Black, Senior Account Executive

Let's set the record straight: in-store retail isn't dead - it's evolving! Faced with the digital age and the demands of omnichannel shopping, some retailers are thriving while others are struggling to adapt. Join Jay Black in this exclusive session as he explores the strategies that set successful stores apart, including: Crafting unique and unforgettable in-store experiences 🛍️ Mastering the art of retail demands 🛒 Navigating inventory challenges in today's climate 📦 an

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Surprise cash rate rise will ‘stretch’ retailers, pressure listed companies

Inside Retail

Retailers and hospitality operators will be worried by today’s 0.25 per cent cash rate rise as they are the most susceptible to changes in consumer behaviour, according to NRA CEO Greg Griffith. Markets were caught by surprise by the Reserve Bank of Australia’s decision to increase the rate given inflation has been easing in recent months. Analysts like Brett Reynolds, chief investment officer at Tiger Brokers Australia, warned that listed companies who fail to meet sales projections can expect

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Who Gives A Crap, the eco-friendly toilet paper brand, to launch into 240 Waitrose stores

Retail Times

Retail Times publishes international & UK retail news covering products, data, tech, packaging, people, research, comment and more besides! Who Gives A Crap, the eco-friendly toilet paper brand, has announced it is now available in 240 Waitrose stores and waitrose.com, marking its national debut in a UK supermarket. With a total of four different product SKUs available across stores up and down the UK, including the York, Southampton and Canary Wharf branches, Who Gives A Crap is celebrating

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UK retailers look to post-purchase tracking solutions to increase repeat purchases and customer loyalty, Scurri data shows

Retail Focus

New data from Scurri , the next-generation delivery management platform, reveals nearly 9 in 10 (88%) UK retailers believe a branded post-purchase tracking capabilities built into the delivery experience improves customer shopping journeys, leading to an increase in repeat purchasing (44%) and loyalty and retention (44%). In-depth research of 351 UK based pure-play and omnichannel retailers with a turnover of £1m+, conducted on behalf of Scurri, reveals the increasing importance of post-purchas

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Bunker Hill Community College Selects Quadient Smart Lockers to Provide Students with Flexible, Private Access to Food

Parcel Pending

Quadient (Euronext Paris: QDT), a leader in helping businesses create meaningful customer connections through digital and physical channels and a major global parcel locker operator, announced today that Bunker Hill Community College (BHCC), a public community college in Boston, Massachusetts serving a diverse student population of over 16,000, has selected Parcel Pending by Quadient refrigerated lockers to expand its successful DISH Food Pantry program that assists students struggling with food

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Industry Shake-Up: 2023 Commerce Trends To Rock Your World

Speaker: Ashlee Aldridge - Reach Partners LLC | Bill Mirabito - Chameleon Collective | Ronak Shah - PSA Retail & CPG, Amazon Web Services | Wayne Teigen - Pivotree

What trends can online merchants expect after more than two years of exponential growth? Companies must expand on the trends that exploded during the pandemic if they want to see continued growth in their businesses while facing a recessionary economy. From social commerce to BOPIS, the name of the game is to meet and sell to customers wherever they are, through multiple channels.

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7-Eleven Australia owners ready to sell

Inside Retail

The Withers and Barlow families which own 7-Eleven in Australia are looking to sell the business. On behalf of the company’s shareholders, Russell Withers said “The company has made significant progress in recent years on a number of fronts and is performing well under a highly credentialed management team, with an exciting outlook for growth. “As such, the Withers and Barlow families have decided that the time is right to review options for the future ownership of the business with a view to se

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EXHIBITORLIVE 2023: The Top Marketing Trends Attendees Want to See 

Trade Show Booth Companies - Trade Group

Louisville, KY – The EXHIBITOR LIVE 2023 edition is in the books. For the first time in 30 years, the premier event for tradeshow directors and event coordinators took place outside of Las Vegas. Louisville, KY, home of the Kentucky Derby and the world’s finest bourbon distilleries, provided a cozier, more intimate venue in contrast to Vegas’ nonstop hustle and bustle, inviting attendees and exhibitors to stop and listen to each other on a deeper level.

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Cross-channel and cross-device identification ‘black-holes’ are hampering retailers’ personalisation capabilities, Wunderkind data shows

Retail Focus

New data from Wunderkind , the leading performance marketing solution that scales one-to-one messages for retailers and brands, has revealed that black holes in retailers’ shopper identification capabilities are hampering personalisation efforts, and leaving revenue opportunities on the table. Being able to identify returning visitors – after first-party and session cookies have expired – is key to delivering a frictionless, high-converting on-site shopping experience.

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First-of-its-kind: Cionic Neural Sleeve provides a solution for restoring mobility

Design Wanted

In the US and Canada alone, more than 18 million people struggle with limited mobility caused by the aging process and accidents. To provide them with […] The post First-of-its-kind: Cionic Neural Sleeve provides a solution for restoring mobility appeared first on DesignWanted.

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Forrester Report: Demystifying The Technical Functions of POS Solutions

Understanding the intricate world of Point-of-Sale (POS) technology is a common challenge for tech buyers. When it comes to defining the functions of Point-of-Sale systems, the communications have yet to be standardized–—until now. Forrester’s new report, Demystifying The Technical Functions of POS Solutions, breaks through the noise and provides business leaders with the information and tools they need to evaluate the features of POS systems.

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How Geedup has succeeded by ignoring the ‘rules’ of modern retail

Inside Retail

Australian streetwear brand Geedup is known for its monthly drops of hoodies, track pants and other apparel that regularly sell out in minutes, its opulent campaign videos featuring fast cars and flashy watches, and its behind-the-scenes posts on social media. Founded by Jake Paco in a garage in western Sydney, and inspired by hip-hop culture, the brand has amassed a devoted following since launching in 2010, and after pivoting to an online-only model in 2019, the business took off.

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Vives St-Laurent creates theatrical children's boutique in Mont-Tremblant ski resort

Dezeen

Harnessing soft colours and gentle curves, interior design studio Vives St-Laurent has completed a shop for children's boutique Billie Le Kid in Mont-Tremblant – a Canadian ski resort known for its colourful architecture. Following on from Billie Le Kid 's first store in Montreal, the brand brought in Vives St-Laurent to create a new outpost that captured the spirit of the brand while reflecting its location.

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Designing Luxurious Living Spaces: The Latest Trends

Retail Focus

Designing luxurious living spaces is an exciting process that requires a balance of creativity, innovation, and practicality. In today’s world, the latest trends in house and garden design reflect a desire for comfort, functionality, and sustainability, with a focus on creating spaces that are both visually stunning and practical. Homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes and gardens more livable, enjoyable, and environmentally responsible, while also incorporating the latest tec

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Embrace the rebellion: Bau – a refreshingly eccentric modular seating series

Design Wanted

Good seating can make all the difference, and Bau is the perfect example. The rebellious and unconventional modular seating series defies the norm with its daring […] The post Embrace the rebellion: Bau – a refreshingly eccentric modular seating series appeared first on DesignWanted.

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Mapping Digital Transformation: Retail’s Strategic Shift

Speaker: Jennifer Wright, Michael Scholz, Jasmin Guthmann, and Scott Canney

Digital transformation in retail is so much more than new technology. You need to get your whole organization, from entry-level workers to executives, on board with the new tech, new skills, and culture changes that digital transformation brings. Leading this mindset shift can be a daunting task… but that’s where this webinar comes in! Join our panel of experts as they guide you through the challenges of digital transformation, preparing you to avoid common mistakes and make the most of incredib

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Inflation drives higher retail spending in March

Inside Retail

Retail spending rose 5.4 per cent year-on-year in March as consumers spent more than $35.3 billion in stores and online, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). Cafes, restaurants and takeaway sales were up 17 per cent followed by food sales at 8.6 per cent, department store sales at 4.7 per cent and clothing, footwear and accessories sales at 3.6 per cent.

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Top 10 Trends in Retail 2023

Barber Design

We’ve been thinking a lot about trends which are naturally driven by consumers but what’s happening therefore in retail, how are brands and retailers responding. Here are our top 10; Phygital – some shopper journeys are in-store, then online, and sometimes the other way round, or sometimes exclusively in just one channel; but how online is represented in a physical space is still taking on different forms and shapes.

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How Counter Displays Can Trigger Impulse Buys

Creative Displays Now

Impulse buying is a long-established concept in marketing, and it shows no signs of slowing down. According to one survey, 64% of adults in the United States increased their impulse spending in 2022. The average monthly amount spent is $314, up from just $183 two years prior. Impulse buys can be a significant part of sales strategies for small, low-cost items, and counter displays are one of the best ways to promote them.

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Tegola lamp series by Alexander Shayle is an ode to industrial design

Design Wanted

Sometimes – for a unique product to be born – all you need is to take an existing object and re-imagine it in a different way. […] The post Tegola lamp series by Alexander Shayle is an ode to industrial design appeared first on DesignWanted.

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2 Retail Sectors That Are Completely Changing the Game: FMCG & Q-Commerce

Speaker: Joe Heather, Deliverect GM (UK&I) & Noah Hayes, Deliverect GM (US&CA)

Fast-Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) and Quick Commerce (Q-commerce) are two vibrant sectors that have undergone significant transformations with the advancements in digital technology. With growing internet penetration and the proliferation of smartphones, consumers' purchasing habits have unsurprisingly evolved. They now demand quick, convenient, and seamless shopping experiences, which both FMCG and Q-commerce sectors strive to provide.