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  • How will the high street adapt to shifting shopping habits?
  • How will the high street adapt to shifting shopping habits?
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2017 Expert Outlook on Shopping

How do people want their parcels delivered? Do they want brands to act like mates? And how do they shop on mobile? As part of our Expert Outlook 2017 series, we speak to three experts about experiential retail, big brands taking inspiration from start-ups, and how mobile makes people impatient.

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In the Shopping chapter of the 2017 Expert Outlook, Canvas8 speaks to Lyndsey Dennis, editor of Retail Focus, consumer and shopper behaviouralist Ken Hughes, and Daniel Murray, the founder and CMO of Grabble.

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