Tag Archive: Retail

:)miLES better than empty shops…

This is great. “The miLES Storefront Transformer is a versatile set of furnishing and amenities to program any storefront – essentially a 6ft cube that can be easily transported and subdivided to roll… Continue reading

Time to move from dealer networks to networked dealerships?

The thing with the way established industries operate are the frameworks or structures they subject themselves – and us – to. Frameworks, practices and policies that result in physical forms and formats that… Continue reading

Ah, the smell of it…

Just received this picture from a traveler leaving Doha Airport, and while I’m sure we’d all applaud a brand-owners efforts to extend the experience outside of the usual channels, the smell of airport… Continue reading

Man bites dog? It’s ‘me’ not ‘e’ that matters in store.

Finding myself in ‘fast’ self-check-out queues to tills with similar additional features as the one shown here, reading this in PSFK struck a chord; Stop Making Bad, Real-World Web Sites In this strange reversal… Continue reading

The age of discovery – not just for Tablets?

In reading the Micheal Schreck, of Zmags, contentiously titled; Amazon is stifling the e-commerce revolution I found a really interesting thought about one particular future for retailing – ‘Discovery Commerce’. The coinage resulted… Continue reading