Recuo a 2008 e a um dos primeiros postais com o marcador: batota.
Para quem acha que isto é treta, recomendo a leitura de "Comércio eletrónico. Portugueses são os que mais compram além-fronteiras".
"1. “Retailtainment” will take off.
Watch out for the newest aspect of the in-store experience trend to start gaining popularity in Australia in 2017 – “retailtainment”. This is the fusion of retail and entertainment — making the in-store shopping experience enjoyable, entertaining, and encouraging shoppers to step away from online browsing at home and into the shops instead. [Moi ici: Recordar da passada segunda-feira o tema da falha na experiência]
2. Personalisation will become increasingly important.
According to an Accenture Interactive study, 56% of consumers are more likely to shop with a retailer that recognises them by name. [Moi ici: Ainda ontem na loja da Springfield no 8ª Avenida em São João da Madeira fui surpreendido por duas pessoas que sabem como receber um cliente, mesmo não sabendo o seu nome. Faz toda a diferença]
3. Smaller shops are in, larger shops are out.
When it comes to store size, less will be more in 2017.
4. Specialty stores will be more popular than department stores.
Specialty stores that focus on categories such as beauty products, like Mecca Cosmetics, will have an advantage in 2017 as consumers focus on curated selections.
5. Retailers that promote product quality and sustainability will flourish.
Customers today want to know more about the goods they’re purchasing – where they’ve come from and how they’ve been sourced and produced. The proliferation of transparent, sustainably conscious companies has initiated a radical shift in the retail industry — one we can expect to gain greater traction in 2017. Shoppers are gravitating toward retailers that reveal the inner workings of their operations."