GT Nexus Insights: Is Brick and Mortar Dead?
The store isn’t dead. More than 90% of sales still happen in stores, not online. But the role of brick and mortar is changing. In order to stay relevant, retailers are changing stores’ designs, inventory strategies, and the overall customer experience. Here’s some insight into how stores can become destinations for shoppers, whether they buy from retailers in-person or online.
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