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EuroShop is shaping up for future retail


Euro Shop 2017 makes it even easier for visitors to orientate and inform themselves more efficiently at the biggest retail trade fair of the world. From 2017 on, there will be seven experience dimensions each dedicated to one of the topics of the fair.

Additionally in this newsletter: Locations with that special something. Whether airport or train station - they have more footfall than any other location. Our topic gives insights into how retail works there.

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EuroShop 2017: Shaping up well for the future
The development in retail space demand
TeaTales: a perfect concept for train stations
3 Questions to ... James Nutting, Carrier
Retail concepts at the airport
Invitation to the "Mall of Europe" at In-Store Asia 2016
Africa: Promising new markets for global retailers
Marge Laney turns industry focus on fitting rooms
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EuroShop 2017: The world’s biggest retail trade fair is shaping up well for the future

2017 will see the 4-segment structure of the past being replaced with a new system for the future. The new segmentation features seven Experience Dimensions: POP Marketing, Expo & Event Marketing, Retail Technology, Lighting, Visual Merchandising, Shop Fitting & Store Design and Food Tech & Energy Management.
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Retail concepts at the airport have to become more individual

Retail at airports is becoming more comprehensive, digital and more regional

At airports there is a chance for retailers to do really good business. But airports need the right retail concept – not only for passengers but also for customers from throughout the region. From online offers to special services and a special product mix the approaches vary greatly. And not all operators are harnessing all their possibilities.
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”The development in retail space demand varies drastically depending on the region”

Interview with Markus Wotruba, Director of Retail Location Analysis, BBE Handelsberatung GmbH

So far, a reliable analysis of the actual effects of eCommerce growth on the future demand for sales areas in brick-and-mortar retail has not been possible. The new analysis tool “e-Impact“ by BBE Handelsberatung is intended to show how strongly specific retail locations are affected by the growing online retail sector.
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TeaTales: a perfect concept for train stations

One month pop-up store in Berlin central train station

The train station turned out to be an ideal location: the young start-up venture "TeaTales" is the winner of the "DB Next Station" contest and got the chance to introduce its organic tea creations in a pop-up store at the Berlin Central Train Station for one month. A taste of the next generation of retailers in train stations.
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3 Questions to ... James Nutting, Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Europe

Carrier Commercial Refrigeration Europe is optimizing the cold chain for the benefit of customer demands and environmental protection. Therefore, the company also trains its employees in a specially built training center. James Nutting, Director of Marketing, also reports on trends in refrigeration systems for supermarkets.
Photo: James Nutting
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Invitation to the "Mall of Europe" at In-Store Asia 2016

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As an exclusive special space for the partners of EuroShop, Messe Düsseldorf will offer the “Mall of Europe” at India's largest and most significant retail trade fair. It is an attractive environment to present oneself in a dynamic retail market and offers an excellent opportunity for new business contacts and partnerships.
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African Retail Development Index points to promising new markets for global retailers

A.T. Kearney’s 2015 African Retail Development Index (ARDI) reconfirms the potential of many nations throughout Africa—not just oft-discussed markets like Nigeria and Ghana, but also small, dynamic markets such as Gabon, the ARDI’s top-ranked market and home to Sub-Saharan Africa’s highest GDP per capita, and mid-sized but fast-growing countries like third-ranked Angola.
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Retail expert Marge Laney turns industry focus on fitting rooms

Fitting room expert and author Marge Laney is prompting new conversations about customer engagement via the fitting room following the release of her book "Fit Happens; Analog Buying in a Digital World".
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Jodi Remaklus shares an article about Paul Smith

From our LinkedIn Group

"Paul Smith Says You Need a Head that Can Change Hats Every Hour" is the title of an BOF article about the successful fashion designer.
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