Nowadays, it is crucial to keep pace with the technological changes and to recognize and adapt to the social environment as well as in the corporate sector. This applies both to businesses and to products and services. Early identification of changes and trends, adapting to them and aligning the business is an essential factor for survival.
Trend Workshops and studies about
new technologies, IT Trends in retail, new cooperations
new Services and products
new working and cooperation models
changed customer expectations in the digital world
Ideation Workshops for new
modes of cooperation
Shopping 2036 (4): How new technologies change the future of shopping
Shopping 2036 (3): Shopping between status angst and satisfaction of demands
Shopping 2036 (2): Shopping between individualization and fragmentation
Shopping 2036 (1): The new social pleasure in a confusing world
What will happen? The favourite store around the corner or chatboots on the net? Robots, drones, or Click & Collect? E-commerce or in-house trading? Online, offline, selling via the TV, mobile phone or tablet? So, what does the future of shopping look like, how does shopping in Germany look like in 2036?
Retail Innovation Review #4: Future Stores – welcome to the future of shopping
The future of shopping – many retailer have already tried this. At present, the reports on the so-called Future Stores are growing, which are trying to show the future of shopping. However, the idea or the concept is not new: more than 10 years ago, the METRO Group has piloted the future of shopping with its Future Store and the Future Store Initiative. In the meantime, more and more retailer have taken up this concept and opened up future stores, supermarkets of the future or concept stores.
Retail Innovation Review #3: The intelligent changing room
Textile manufacturers and IT service providers have waited a long time. Now, retailers are testing the smart locker cabin in their stores. The idea of an intelligent changing room is not new. It was implemented years ago in the METRO Future Store Initiative and then by individual, high-priced model sheets in its own stores.