5 Research-backed retail concepts to embrace this year

| March 30, 2018

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There has been a rapid shift in consumer behavior amid the transformation in the retail industry, where consumers demand more flexibility in how, when, why and where they shop. To stay ahead, it’s important to not just understand what’s on the horizon for 2018, but to embrace the positive progression of the industry. At NRF 2018: Retail’s Big Show, Lee Peterson, EVP of brand, strategy and design at design firm WD Partners, discussed the top retail concepts to keep an eye on based on recent research conducted by the organization. Considered with NRF’s Consumer View data, the elusive customer becomes clearer.

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