Why stores of the future will have smaller footprints

09/26/2012 | MediaPost Communications

The era of the big-box bricks-and-mortar store is waning as retailers retool physical spaces to become smaller and more adaptable in the digital age, according to a report. "Forward-thinking retailers should diversify format portfolios, test smaller footprints and offer niche products targeted to specific shopper segments," said Kantar's Bryan Gildenberg.

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