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The first, Global Retail Innovations – 2015; Summarizing new retail innovations is a 90 page report, published by Conlumino in December 2015. It covers some of the new retail innovations being used by companies from around the world. It includes how they are engaging consumers through the likes of mobile and social media, virtual and augmented reality, in-store and online displays. It features an in-depth analysis of innovation and how it will impact the various stakeholders. It covers channels that include online, department stores, hypermarkets, supermarkets, hard-discounters, clothing, footwear, accessories, luxury goods specialists, electrical and electronics specialists, food and drinks specialists, warehouse clubs, music, video, book, stationary, entertainment software specialists, convenience stores, gas stations, home improvement and gardening supplies retailers, home furniture and homewares retailers, variety stores and general merchandise retailers.
The second report, Retail and Wholesale Global Market Briefing, was published by TBRC Business Research in February 2016. It covers the trends of the industry, predicting smartphones and tablets to play larger roles in shopping. Mobile wallets, such as Google Wallet, Apple and Softcard are expected to see greater use in the future. Larger companies such as Chipotle and BJ’s Restaurant are using Mobi2Go enabled SMBs to include services like mobile ordering.
The third report focuses on the European perspective. Online Retail in Europe is a 35 page report published by Marketline in December 2014. It is a comprehensive study, featuring a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the market, market size, key players, competitive pressures and an analysis of market growth trends. The European online retail sector was valued at $338.3 billion in 2014, with a historical compound annual growth rate of 17.4% from 2010-2014. The electronics sector was worth $83 billion, accounting for 24.5% of the total European online market. The CAGR is expected to decelerate to 11.9% from 2014-2019.
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