15 Trends for 2015

Russo, James; Clarke, Katherine
January 2008
Convenience Store News;1/14/2008, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p44
Trade Publication
The article informs about the consulting firm TNS Retail Forward's forecast about 15 trends that will redefine the retail business environment. It discussed the impact of sustainability trend including downsizing of products, packaging, resource consumption and wastes on convenience store retailers. Other trends discussed in the article include glocalization of retailing, unchaining of retailing, global consolidation of big box retailers, and others.


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