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Online retailer gives customers 15 minutes to try on clothing items and instantly return those that don’t fit.
French website lets magazine readers shop any product found inside Vogue, Cosmo or Elle.
Singapore-based company offers a twist on the now entrenched crowdfunded model.
South African pop up store asking customers to pay with their vital organs instead of money.
US drug store claims to be building the nation’s first zero energy retail store.
Westfield’s new Stratford shopping centre the “real story of the Olympics”, says expert
Swedish furniture retailer Ikea implements “dog parking bays” at a German store.
New smartphone app lets shoppers search for product by colour.
Swedish home products retailer IKEA has done it again.
Company taps into Japan’s fear of disaster by introducing a shopping bag that doubles as a safety helmet.
Pop up store sells chocolate to customers for the price of good deeds instead of money.
Smartphone app lets retailers notify their customers directly in real-time about items reaching expiry date.
Japanese company creates a scanner that reads items based on appearance rather than barcodes.
Starbucks in Squaw Valley, California, is the first of the chain to offer a drive-through style ski-in/ski-out service.
A Brazilian company is capitalising on the two recent retail trends of pay-what-you-want and vending machines.
Seattle team opens temporary supermarket in the car park of an apartment block that’s made out of a shipping container.
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