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EDITORIAL How the role of the store is changing as customers do more of their shopping online

EDITORIAL How the role of the store is changing as customers do more of their shopping online

In today’s InternetRetailing newsletter, we’re reporting as the latest figures show shoppers now starting to head out to stores again post Covid-10 lockdown. But when they do go, suggests ShopperTrak’s Andy Sumpter, they are engaging in more “purposeful shopping”. That suggests shopping trips where customers already know what they want and are making a trip specially to get it, list in hand. This is just one of the directions that the role of the shop in multichannel retail is likely to evolve
Visitors to all retail locations stayed low in June, but recovery started once non-essential shops reopened

Visitors to all retail locations stayed low in June, but recovery started once non-essential shops reopened

Visitor numbers to stores are still well below where they were a year ago, the June BRC-ShopperTrak Footfall Monitor suggests, but retail parks appear to be recovering faster than other locations
BRC calls for tariff-free Brexit trade agreement to be reached quickly, while EU warns of new customs formalities in place from January

BRC calls for tariff-free Brexit trade agreement to be reached quickly, while EU warns of new customs formalities in place from January

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has called on Brexit negotiators to reach a tariff-free trade agreement – and a fair deal for customers – in ongoing trade talks with the EU. Meanwhile, the EU has warned that even with an agreement new customs formalities will come into place from January - and has outlined in a new document how businesses should prepare
Most retailers well on the way to digital transformation: study

Most retailers well on the way to digital transformation: study

Most retailers are now well on the way towards digital transformation as online and physical shopping move closer together, a new study suggests
Younger shoppers ordered online more often in lockdown than older shoppers, despite the environmental impact: study

Younger shoppers ordered online more often in lockdown than older shoppers, despite the environmental impact: study

Younger shoppers may be perceived as the most eco-conscious members of society, but in lockdown they have defied those expectations by ordering 50% more online deliveries than older shoppers, new research suggests

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