By  on December 14, 2018

The future of the shopping mall could be digital.

Not e-commerce per se, but digital-first brands that are now moving into brick-and-mortar with technology-enhanced formats that are proving popular with consumers. Companies such as Showfields, which plans to open 500 stores around the world in the next five years, and marketplace Neighborhood Goods, which is showcasing brands such as Stadium Goods, Draper James, Serena, Hims and Allswell, are gunning for traditional players’ market share with disruptive new concepts.

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