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  • How will shopping evolve in the coming year?
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2016 Expert Outlook on Shopping

Can a brick-and-mortar focus benefit retailers? How important is mobile commerce? Will people come to expect engaging shopping experiences? And which retailers should we be keeping an eye on? As part of our Expert Outlook 2016 series, we speak to three retail experts about the future of shopping.

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In the shopping chapter of our Expert Outlook 2016, Canvas8 speaks to James Dion, founder of retail consultancy Dionco Inc., Paul West, strategy director at design consultancy Dalziel & Pow, and retail consultant Graham Soult.

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