Over the next few months, we will make available for purchase at the Create Disruptive Retail Store a series of workbooks called The Definitive Guides to Disruptive Retail. Each workbook is based on one of our five pillars of strategy – Experiences, Destinations, Structures, Vehicles and Altered Realities.
Our workbooks are designed to complement our design platform, Create Disruptive Retailand give you proprietary marketing strategies and curated design paths so that you can find fun, fresh, and interactive solutions for your brand, business, agency or non-profit organization.
Our friends at Shop! Association invited me to join their Business Leader Forum on March 8, 2018 in Tampa, Florida and give a presentation on the latest in design, retail and technology. The topic is “Tips and Trends for AI, Big Data, and Continuous Adaption in Offline Retail” and I’ll be presenting an interactive digital journey into emerging trends and technologies that are working for professionals in the retail industry today.
This interactive digital journey will include practical tactics to reinvent the in-store experience, creative strategies for online-to-offline retailing and new technologies that today’s entrepreneurs, retailers, and owners/operators are incorporating to delight and engage clients and customers.
This is a wonderful next step for our team at Gustie Creative to get out and share a bit of what we have learned with our design projects and research work on disruptive retailin our awesome digs at The Research Park at Florida Atlantic University.
I am very interested in any questions you have on design, retail, technology, and disruptive retail. If you take a minute to provide a comment below, I will be sure to respond.
We delve into today’s retail landscape and how disruptive retail bridges online-to-offline retailing. At Gustie Creative, we are experts in disruptive retail and we share insights on disruptive retail and how our design platform, Create Disruptive Retailworks.
With questions ranging from “There’s a lot of attention on the death of the store. What do retailers need to do to reinvent that experience?” to “Should today’s omni-channel retailers focus on improving their consumers’ eCommerce experience or brick-and-mortar experience?” our Q&A is packed full of useful information and tactics.
You can get the inside scoop on pages 40 – 41 here and I’d love to know your comments and questions below.