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As retail specialists, we have been studying changes in the market, consumer behaviour and consumption patterns. Today, we share our retail insights with you.
If we wish to safeguard our planet from the dangers of climate change, it is essential for retail design to develop a strategy to ensure the use of sustainable materials.
The rules of retail are being rewritten with pop-up shops and consumer experiences placed at the forefront of the future of retail.
Non-essential retail stores will reopen June 15th. We start to imagine what long term, full relaxation of lockdown measures will look like.
Words have the capacity to change and challenge landscapes. For brand communication, words may be your strongest tool right now. What will your defining words be?
In a time of crisis, brands have a genuine role to play. Brands must show responsibility to their consumers, their employees and communities as they navigate uncertain times. Is a time for collective effort and creativity. It is a time for ‘we’, ‘us’ and ‘our’.
In part one we looked back at this year, highlighting trends that thrived in retail and what engaged consumer attitudes. In part two we look forward to the trends that will guide and bloom in 2020.
As 2019 comes to a close, we look back on trends and how they have influenced brands and retailers this year. Did the trends we anticipated last year bloom or were there unexpected consumer attitudes that took off?