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Omnichannel was one of the main topics at EuroShop 2014. Read more in our Topic

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EuroShop 2014 exceeds Optimistic Expectations

Retail in a Great Mood to Invest!

More than 109,000 trade visitors attended the world’s No.1 trade fair for retail and its partners in Düsseldorf –110 nations represented
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EuroShop 2014 - Live Coverage

EuroShop 2014 - Live Coverage

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Consumers Hope to Shake Off Winter Blues This Easter

14/04/2014 - Ready for sunshine, chocolate eggs and jellybeans, consumers will welcome the Easter Bunny with open arms this year. According to NRF’s Easter Spending Survey, the average American celebrating the holiday will spend an average of $137.46 on apparel, food, candy, gifts and more, slightly less than the $145.13 spent last year. Total spending is expected to reach $15.9 billion.* read more

Underwhelmed shoppers prescribe tablets to retailers

14/04/2014 - Savvy British families may well be in the midst of a mobile tech revolution,but the same cannot be said for many of UK’s retailers, according to new research from global retail technology company Omnico Group. read more

Generation Y lag behind Baby Boomers when it comes to savvy showrooming

14/04/2014 - Forget the perception of savvy young smartphone users looking for a bargain - it’s the older generations that use their smartphones more for “showrooming”, according to new research from global retail technology company Omnico Group. read more

Overall shop prices continue to fall

14/04/2014 - Overall shop prices reported deflation for the eleventh consecutive month in March, accelerating to 1.7 percent from 1.4 percent in February. This is the deepest level of deflation since the series began in December 2006. read more

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