Shopping Resale Beats Shopping Retail:A Step By Step Guide to Shop Resale 24/7 Michael Harry
Retail Customers Shopping Behaviour:Retail Store and Staff Attributes Chitra Rajesh
Shopping Centers and Other Retail Properties:Investment, Development, Financing, and Management John Robert White
Analysis of Shopping Patterns and Retail Market Demand:Fields Corner (Classic Reprint) Boston Neighborhood Development Agency
Online Food Shopping: Consumer perception and retailers market approach, contrasting the markets UK and Germany: Marie von Breitenbuch
Shopping in Ancient Rome: The Retail Trade in the Late Republic and the Principate:The Retail Trade in the Late Republic and the Principate Claire Holleran
By one expert´s prediction, within 20 years half of Americans will have body implants that tell retailers how they feel about specific products as they browse their local stores. The notion may be outlandish, but it reflects executives´ drive to understand shoppers in the aisles with the same obsessive detail that they track us online. In fact, a hidden surveillance revolution is already taking place inside brick-and-mortar stores, where Americans still do most of their buying. Drawing on his interviews with retail executives, analysis of trade publications, and experiences at insider industry meetings, advertising and digital studies expert Joseph Turow pulls back the curtain on these trends, showing how a new hyper-competitive generation of merchants - including Macy´s, Target, and Walmart - is already using data mining, in-store tracking, and predictive analytics to change the way we buy, undermine our privacy, and define our reputations. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Rob Grgach. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/006984/bk_tant_006984_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Customer Shopping Behaviour in Indian Organised Retail Scenario:Store Atmospherics on Shopping Behaviour B. Abdul Azeem, N. R. V. Ramana Reddy, T. Narayana Reddy
impact of digital shopping channels on multi-channel marketing and attribution in the changing retail landscape:
This edited collection provides an original and comprehensive take on retail crime and its prevention, by combining international data and multidisciplinary perspectives from criminologists, economists, geographers, police officers and other experts. Drawing on environmental criminology theory and situational crime prevention, it focusses on crime and safety in retail environments but also the interplay between individuals, products and settings such as stores, commercial streets and shopping malls, as well as the wider context of situational conditions of the supply chain in which crime occurs. Chapters offer state-of-the-art research on retail crime from a range of countries such as Australia, Brazil, Israel, Italy, Sweden, the UK and the USA. This methodological and well-researched study is devoted to both academics and practitioners from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds whose common interest is to prevent retail crime and overall retail loss. The chapters ´Crime in a Scandinavian Shopping Centre´ and ´Perceived Safety in a Shopping Centre´ are published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license at link.springer.com.