To make the biggest impact across all channels in 2019, high-street retailers must drive towards accurate inventory, as both customers and the businesses themselves will stand to gain incredible benefits from it.
Black Friday is once again forecast to be bigger and better than ever, and in the face of heightened online spending, high-street retailers must embrace omnichannel if they are to keep up with internet-only rivals.
Amazon’s UK fashion presence is far from consolidated. Is Amazon Fashion’s Pop Up Shop Live – its first European foray into physical retail – a successful step in bridging this gap? SHIFT Magazine visited the store on its opening day to find out.
Replacing staff with touchscreen technology at the point of sale hasn’t made the experience less personal for McDonald’s customers – it’s delivering better consumer value than ever before, and high-street counterparts could learn a lot from it.
In our first focus on businesses doing great things, we look at the huge strides being made by American department store giant Nordstrom, as it targets an online-favouring audience with its new Local retail concept.
It has the infrastructure, tools and high-street presence to pull off any new venture – and with its recent decision to sell the Tu clothing range, Argos had the opportunity to really shake up the fashion market.