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P.E Nation reacts to rapid growth with Centric PLM

Premium active and streetwear brand, P.E Nation could see that its existing business processes were breaking under its g...

Gucci Garden: The rise of gaming in fashion storytelling

Gucci Garden is a new immersive multimedia exhibition from the historic luxury brand, which is now connecting with custo...

Retail news around the globe

LVMH works with Prada and Cartier on blockchain; The Warehouse Group expands in retail; McDonald’s rides K-pop craze wit...

Can Amazon blow out the hair care market?

Amazon is making its hairdressing debut with the opening of a high-tech salon in London. But is the Amazon Salon a viabl...

Amazon to let Whole Foods customers pay by palm print

Amazon.com Inc said it is rolling out biometric technology at its Whole Foods stores around Seattle starting on Wednesda...

How Starbucks is fostering inclusivity on both sides of the checkout

Starbucks accessibility manager shares how the coffee chain is creating an inclusive Third Place for its customers.

Dan Murphy’s unveils future-focused stores as Endeavour demerger nears

Australia’s largest liquor retailer unveils future-focused store concept based on consumer education and discovery.
Inside Retail & RetailMotion

Why it’s time to take your instore data analytics to the next level

Now that bricks-and-mortar retail is back on the cards, it’s time to upgrade the instore experience for customers and re...

Woolies brings cashierless shopping to Western Australia

The Scan&Go concept has been part of the Woolies ecosystem since late 2018 when it was first trialed in Double Bay.
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Oakleigh Central paves way for visually impaired shoppers

Vicinity Centres worked with Vision Australia, the Royal Society for the Blind and Guide Dogs NSW/ACT to create BindiMap...

Accelerate and innovate: How Woolies, Decathlon were pushed by the pandemic to invest in tech

From scan-and-go to e-stores and warehouse robots, here are some of the cool initiatives that major retailers have launc...
Inside Retail & Sensormatic

Peeking in the fitting room: How to get real-time data on buyer behaviour

One of the more visible outcomes of the coronavirus pandemic has been a growing awareness and urgency for many physical ...

Online retailers: Welcome to the new era of try-before-you-buy

Despite the rise of e-commerce, the question of how to help customers find the right fit online is still yet to be answe...

Tumi chooses Asia to launch first experiential virtual store

Tumi believes its virtual store adds another dimension to its evolving approach to omnichannel retail, as the brand trie...

Sophia’s creators plan mass rollout in retail, medical in Covid-19’s wake

The company behind the humanoid robot has a vision to mass produce robots by the end of the year.