How retailers are rethinking their in-store merchandising strategies to more effectively engage shoppers and drive conversions

Despite the rise of ecommerce, the physical channel remains a crucial vehicle for discovery and a key opportunity for shoppers to interact with products before purchase. Much was made over the death of brick-and-mortar retail, but stores that invest in the store experience are still seeing a strong physical customer presence.

The Enabling Dynamic In-Store Experiences Through Merchandising research paper explores how retailers are rethinking their merchandising strategies to engage shoppers more deeply and drive conversions. With rotating in-store pop-ups, interactive shelves with targeted recommendations and predictive analytics tools that enable stocking items based on future demand, retailers are using merchandising as a tool to better understand their shoppers and offer them more of what they want.

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Despite the rise of ecommerce, the physical channel remains a crucial vehicle for discovery and a key opportunity for shoppers to interact with products before purchase. Much was made over the death of brick-and-mortar retail, but stores that invest in the store experience are still seeing a strong physical customer presence.

The Enabling Dynamic In-Store Experiences Through Merchandising research paper explores how retailers are rethinking their merchandising strategies to engage shoppers more deeply and drive conversions. With rotating in-store pop-ups, interactive shelves with targeted recommendations and predictive analytics tools that enable stocking items based on future demand, retailers are using merchandising as a tool to better understand their shoppers and offer them more of what they want.