Staples Looks To Engage Shoppers With Co-Working Space

Staples Looks To Engage Shoppers With Co-Working Space

Stores are coming up with innovative retail concepts to increase foot traffic

Marielle Castillo
  • 13 april 2016

There is no doubt that the rise of online shopping has reduced the number of visits to brick and mortar stores. Taking cues from other merchants leasing portions of their retail spaces to increase foot traffic, Staples has found a way to give shoppers more than just a place to restock on office supplies by turning sections of some its stores into shared work areas.

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