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Almanac 2021 - The Ultimate Global Retail Report

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Almanac 2021 Report
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The Ultimate, top esklusive brand new Global Retail Trendreport!

Global Retail Trends Almanac 2021 is a trend based round up of the very best of global retail in 2021; from food to fashion, from automotive and sports to books. These 30 stores are clear proof that retail innovation is thriving around the world and that an exciting future awaits.

 

Trends Still Matter!

2020 is the year that the Retail Apocalypse finally happened. As the economic and social shocks of the pandemic continue to resonate, retail will readjust to the new reality. Cities, high streets and global shopping malls will be struck with a wave of closures of legacy retailers who failed to adapt. At the same time, retail will evolve and innovate. The covid crisis has accelerated existing trends, speeding up the inexorable rise of online, but also cementing the importance of local, ethical and responsive retail. Our Global Retail Trends Almanac is a trend based round up of the very best of global retail in 2021; from food to fashion, from automotive and sports to books. These 30 stores are clear proof that retail innovation is thriving around the world and that an exciting future awaits.

 

SNEAK PEEK 18 pages of the exclusive report here.

The entire retail report contains a total of 429 pages of Global Retail Trends

 

Themes: 30 Amazing Global Stores

Future Flagships

  • House of Rituals, Amsterdam
  • Zongshuge Books, China
  • Samsung KX, London
  • Adidas LDN, London
  • Nordstrom, New York
  • SKP South, Beijing

Sustainable Retail

  • Lynk & Co, Amsterdam
  • Allbirds, Chicago
  • Levi’s Haus, London
  • Timberland ‘Eco Flagship’, London
  • Waitrose ‘Unpacked’, UK
  • Asda Sustainability Store, Leeds
  • IKEA ‘Home of Tomorrow, Poland

Pop Up Innovation

  • Selfridges ‘Project Earth’ Pop Up, London
  • Nike Lab Pop Up, Chicago
  • Tupperware, New York
  • Glossier, London

Digital meets Physical

  • Burberry Social, Shenzen
  • IKEA City, Shanghai
  • Nike House of Innovation, Paris
  • Polette.com. London
  • Hipanda ‘Ghost House’, Tokyo

Personal Experiences

  • Freitag Sweat Yourself Shop, Zurich
  • Kit Kat Chocolatory, Sydney
  • Kit Kat Chocolatory, Sao Paulo
  • DNA Nudge, London

New Convenience

  • Nordstrom Local, USA
  • Box by Posti, Helsinki
  • Big+ Click & Collect, Israel
  • Aldi, Shanghai

 

About Echochamber:

Echochamber are retail specialists who travel the world seeking out retail innovation and evolving consumer trends. Echochamber works with retailers, brands, malls and developers, to help them improve their businesses, developing new retail ecosystems, innovative concepts and experiential pop ups. If you would like to help with global benchmarking, inspiration or trend futureproofing, or you’d like to take your team on a virtual (or real) retail safari, do get in touch.

 

Summary:

If the lockdown has taught us anything, it has shown that we shop because we want to do things. We want to get out and meet friends, try things on, be inspired and be treated with respect. Online retail proves that we no longer ‘need’ shops the way we perhaps once did. However, this means smart brands must work harder to sell us ‘must have’ products in ‘must do’ spaces. Shops must connect with us, direct and seduce us through design. Exciting events and promotions, inspiring architecture and generous community spaces are tools to make us feel wanted, connected, involved and relevant. The future of retail will see new direct to consumer brands use pop up and permanent physical retail to build brand love through unique experiences. At the same time, traditional retailers will experiment with new mission-driven ways to combine the analogue and digital to create seamless brand experiences - offering gamified loyalty, more attentive service and personalised products. Powered by technology, but delivered by humans, this will give them an edge over pure online retail. It’s all about surprise and delight.

 

SNEAK PEEK 18 pages of the exclusive report here.

The entire retail report contains a total of 429 pages of Global Retail Trends

 

3 opportunities to grab this new exclusive retail report

  • Buy the large Global retail report alone with 429 pages, delivered in digital format. DKK 12,000,-
  • Buy the Global retail report AND get a unique personal lecture with retail expert Matthew Brown DKK 18,000,-
  • Order one of our membership of [email protected]. Possibility of three different where the exclusive retail report is given in all. Prices starts from DKK 10,000,-

 

What you get out of being a part of [email protected]

  • Large community based on knowledge and sparring
  • Access to a strong program of webinars, conferences, books and trend reports so you can always make the best strategic decisions
  • Access to strong retail experts who can advise you on specific issues in your company
  • Constant updates on the latest trends in retail, e-commerce and omnichannel
  • You become part of a network with others who are geeks in everything related to retail and online shopping

You also get:

  • Discounted tickets for New Retail Day conference
  • 1 annual trend
  • Free access to webinars
  • 2 x Retail Mag
  • Access to article archive on retailmag.dk
  • Monthly newsletter