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  • What is the future of shopping?
  • What is the future of shopping?
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2015 Expert Outlook on Shopping

How important is click and collect? What changes will supermarkets have to make to survive? How will shoppers become even more savvy? And which retailers are the ones to watch? As part of our Expert Outlook 2015 series we speak to three retail experts about the future of shopping.

Location Northern Europe / Western Europe / North America

In the first part of our Expert Outlook 2015 series we speak to Glynn Davis, Philippe de Mareilhac and Kate Nightingale about the future of shopping.

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