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Burgers, toothbrushes and flatpack furniture – Zuora CEO points to Subscription Economy transformation boom
"The Subscription Economy is booming and that means legacy business models need to be updated, says Tien Tzuo."
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2 hours ago by jonerp
Counterfeit goods total $509B, 3.3% of global trade and growing | Supply Chain Dive
Counterfeit and pirated goods made up 3.3% of global trade volumes in 2016, totaling an estimated $509 billion, up from 2.5% in 2013, according to a report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). 
Footwear, clothing and leather goods topped the list of industries hit most by counterfeit products. In 2016, 22% of all customs seizures were for counterfeit footwear. Most of the fake goods originated in China or Hong Kong, OECD said. 
"Small parcels sent by post or express courier are a prime and growing conduit for counterfeit goods," the organization said. From 2014 to 2016, small parcels accounted for 69% of customs seizures, up from 63% from 2011 to 2013. 
piracy  ecommerce  retail  stats  luxury  sportsrights  clothing 
9 hours ago by dancall
ThredUP: Resale will reach $51B in 5 years | Retail Dive
The resale market has grown 21 times faster than the retail apparel market over the past three years, and it's projected to grow from a $24 billion market today to $51 billion by 2023, according to the latest annual resale report from online resale marketplace thredUP, which was emailed to Retail Dive.

Now, roughly 64% of women over 18 have bought or are now willing to buy secondhand products, according to the report, which also found that of secondhand shoppers, millennials (33%), and baby boomers (31%) make up the most of thrifters, compared with just 16% from Gen Z.
clothing  trends  used  retail  ecommerce 
9 hours ago by dancall
Hudson Yards: New York City's latest retail playground | Retail Dive
But according to Related's 78-year-old billionaire developer Stephen Ross, this isn't meant to be a candy store for the rich. He told Forbes that his decision to fill the development with retail tenants who can pay high rents is about bringing in "people who have proven themselves able to attract capital." At the press preview on Tuesday, Hudson echoed the sentiment, and said, "it takes seasoned players to compete in this space."

Fortunately, a few concessions have been made to accommodate shoppers with less expensive tastes. A handful of mall standards such as H&M, Zara and Sephora, plus burger joint Shake Shack, were included to help make the space feel more egalitarian. Then too, the idea of mall-as-public space is enhanced by a dozen public art installations inside the mall, and tourist attractions such as the 150-foot tall beehive (or trashcan)-shaped Vessel, and the Edge, an observation deck 100 stories and 1,000 feet up, opening in 2020.
retail  food  luxury  future  tus 
9 hours ago by dancall
What Do Axe Throwing And Esports Have In Common? They Make For Good Mall Tenants
Competitive Socializing: Single game activities like axe throwing, mini golf, darts or ping-pong with food and adult beverage service—because every group of friends has that one person that is annoyingly good at all skill games and beer evens out the playing field. Examples include Punch Bowl Social, SPiN, AceBounce, and Bad Axe, which is now in over 20 urban markets. The average size of these tenants is about 15,700 square feet.
trends  retail  alcohol  future 
10 hours ago by dancall
Готовое решение интернет-магазина купить в Минске
Готовое решение для интернет-магазина и сайты для бизнеса от Kakadu Dev. Запуск сайта за неделю! Удобная панель администрирования, система учета товаров, адаптив под мобильные устройства.
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2 days ago by macbox
Auto Dealers Get Personal With Digital Retailing
Ninety percent of consumers say they prefer a unique car-buying journey that allows them to shop and buy in an individualized way, according to a Cox study.
research  retail  tier3 
2 days ago by automotive
J.D. Power tool aims to help convert web traffic to on-lot leads | Auto Remarketing
Here's how it works. Dealers place the tool on their website. Then, when consumers input their vehicle and contact information, they receive an initial value of their vehicle. The tool then encourages the consumer to receive an in-person vehicle appraisal by visiting the dealer.

J.D. Power is offering the dealer-only product for an introductory price of $75 per month. No contract is required.
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