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Catherine Ollinger

Catherine Ollinger

58% of experts surveyed agreed that brands and retailers should invest in remote consultations in order to meet consumer demand for health and wellness-related services
According to our expert survey, the sectors most likely to incorporate new health & wellness products and services into their offerings in the next two years are hospitality (79%), beauty (79%), apparel (69%), restaurants (69%) and grocery (63%)
47% of experts surveyed agreed that it was very important for brands and retailers outside of the health & wellness business to provide health & wellness products and services
68% of experts surveyed agreed that brands and retailers should invest in kiosks with self-monitoring tools in order to meet consumer demand for health and wellness-related services
79% of experts surveyed agreed that brands and retailers should invest in services that offer health recommendations and advice in order to meet consumer demand for health and wellness-related services
Steve Duffy. VP of Grocery, Cuhaci & Peterson Architects, Engineers and Planners
Marissa Tarleton. CMO, RetailMeNot, Inc.
60% of retailers are focused on in-store shoppers, as nearly all parents (96%) will head to a brick-and-mortar store at least once while back-to-school shopping
60% of parents prefer to purchase all of their back-to-school items in three shopping trips or fewer
CVS pharmacy offers shoppers expedited payment as it moves towards cashierless checkout
77% of Kiehl’s direct-to-consumer revenue is generated by rewards program members
Inditex to offer global consumers all brands online by 2020
Ecommerce accounts for 10% of Inditex’s sales, having grown more than 40% in the last year
Nomad Foods launches ready-made meatless veggie bowls, catering to growing consumer interest in flexitarian diets
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