Coop Italia, Italy’s largest supermarket chain, is looking to reinvent the customer experience in grocery shopping.
There is one trend from the past couple of years shows no signs of stopping anytime soon: the movement of online-only retailers to the physical space.
Amazon’s newest brick-and-mortar concept, Amazon Go, uses the latest in technology to offer a very different type of grocery shopping experience — one that makes self-checkout look old fashioned.
Automated interaction is increasingly preferred by digital shoppers — and demand is increasing.
With many Thanksgiving weekend digital purchases stemming from searches, the convenience of mobility is helping to drive this uptick.
Physical stores aren’t going away — at least not those who are integrating mobile solutions into the store experience to keep up with today’s tech-savvy shoppers.
Luxury jewelry brand John Hardy evokes its Balinese roots at its new, multi-sensory flagship in Manhattan’s SoHo.
Walmart has opened a 4,000-sq.-ft. format that offers pick-up of online grocery orders and a convenience store that also sells snacks, beverages and more.
Walmart has agreement to a settlement in a lawsuit that accused the retailer of discrimination against gay employees who were unable to get healthcare coverage for their same-sex spouses.
Rebecca Minkoff is looking to bring self-checkout to fashion retailing.