Just as they supported the motion picture revolution in the early 1900’s, the manufacturing company Bell and Howell is now at the forefront of the autonomous order fulfilment revolution more than a century later.
With the disruptions to daily life over the past almost-two-years, retail has been forever changed. Digital behaviors not only drive ecommerce growth, but also increasingly supplement in-store journeys and underpin shopper expectations around convenience. To help our members better understand the impact of growing expectations around the last mile experience, the PSFK research team has identified five key trends and capabilities optimizing the last mile journey while reshaping the shopper experience.
In this report, the PSFK team looks at six key trends in social commerce, bringing them to life for our members with a number of recent examples from the marketplace. It’s an exciting time for retailers and brands to explore the expansive social landscape. For the moment at least, this is where a growing majority of consumers, particularly those in the younger demographic, are spending their time and attention, and increasingly, their dollars.
The risqué site is becoming a popular way for companies to let their hair down and engage with a different audience.
To help our members better understand the trajectories at play in this increasingly important space, PSFK has identified 4 key trends supporting new approaches to design that bring together the best of technology and the natural world to foster health, wellness, and growth.