Posted by: The Market Creative | Date added: Mon 18 Jan 2016
The Market Creative has launched a report that showcases the future marketing trends retailers and brands need to realise to future proof their shopping experience.
Retail 2020 features esteemed futurist and forecaster Professor James Woudhuysen, who shares his thought-provoking account of robots and their use in retail today and beyond.
The report also addresses the key challenges marketers will face over the next four years and takes a look what influences the shoppers of tomorrow, millennials.
Retail 2020 identifies three emerging key themes and the micro-trends that drive them:
Sue Benson, managing director at The Market Creative said: “Fast-forward four years from now and we’ll see a very different set of shoppers who have adopted a very different way of shopping. We’ve reviewed the whole retail landscape to identify the future themes and trends marketers need to be aware of. The report should be a handy reference tool for anyone planning their activity for 2020.“
To download a free copy of the report visit www.themarketcreative.com
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