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The 4 retail functions that thrive on shopper traffic data

by ShopperTrak on 19-07-19

Shopper traffic data gathered from stores and shopping centres enables functions across the entire retail enterprise to perform more effectively. So who should be using this valuable source of business intelligence, and what can they hope to gain from it? Our new report Data hungry retail: Who needs footfall data and why? explores in depth...

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Back to school 2019: Predicted peak shopping days in Europe

by ShopperTrak on 19-07-19

Back to school is one of the busiest seasonal shopping events in Europe. Parents collectively part with billions of euros, preparing their children for the new academic year. Goods from school uniforms to stationery are in high demand, and shops see traffic uplifts on key days as the long summer holidays draw to an end....

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Footfall predictions for Summer Sales in Europe 2019

by ShopperTrak on 25-06-19

The Summer Sales season in Europe brings a sense of great opportunity for locals and tourists alike. It’s the ideal time for price-conscious shoppers to scour stores for discounted clothes, accessories and homewares that might otherwise be out of reach for their budgets. Retailers love sales too, as department stores, boutiques, designer outlets, and even...

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‘Gilets Jaunes’ protests: What’s been the impact on shopper footfall in France?

by ShopperTrak on 11-06-19

In France, demonstrators known as “gilets jaunes” or yellow vests, took to the streets in mid- November 2018 to protest against a planned hike in taxes on diesel and petrol. The world has since watched the situation escalate as demonstrators protest a growing list of grievances – from social injustice and educational reform to the...

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What’s the footfall impact of Sunday trading restrictions in Poland?

by ShopperTrak on 17-04-19

Putting Poland’s retail landscape in context In March 2018, Poland introduced restrictions to Sunday trading for retailers. There are several exceptions: pharmacies, bakeries, florists and travel retail outlets to name a few. Individually owned/operated stores are also exempt on the condition that the owner is present and not an employee. Initially, the new legislation allowed...

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Manage, measure, grow: Indian retailing’s new mantra

by ShopperTrak on 17-04-19

India’s retail sector is booming – projected to grow from $672 billion in 2017 to $1.3 trillion in 2020. There is huge private equity investment in physical retail here, and that means a multitude of new shopping malls opening their doors to the public in 2019. Developers and retailers are learning to devise winning formulas...

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ShopperTrak at RetailEXPO – head to the new look Sensormatic Solutions stand

by ShopperTrak on 16-04-19

If you’ve ever asked ‘what’s next in retail?’ the RetailEXPO show in London this May could be just the place to experience all the trending, ground-breaking ideas of the future. ShopperTrak is playing its part, represented at the high profile event with our colleagues on the Sensormatic Solutions stand, 5D51. What’s on at RetailEXPO? RetailEXPO...

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Ciao Milano! ShopperTrak heads to MAPIC Italy

by ShopperTrak on 15-04-19

Now in its fourth year, MAPIC Italy promises two days of insight and inspiration, with a focus on retail growth opportunities in Italy. ShopperTrak will be participating in the Milan event (8th and 9th May) with our team located in the ‘Digital Lounge’. We’re delighted to be attending the show as we have so much...

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