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“The company has been trying to improve in-store execution, changing the layouts and graphics for certain displays.”
“Merchandisers already track our cyber choices (efficiently, following the clicks on our keyboards) and our in-store decisions (inefficiently, with glum market researchers in every aisle).”
“Soon, in-store sensors and motion trackers will watch your footsteps, see what your hands do, know when you hesitate—and when you don't.”
“Today's in-store sensors and motion trackers can watch your footsteps, see what your hands do and know when you hesitate over a product.”
“A Kardashian sister was upstairs making an in-store appearance, but just as many shoppers stopped to gawk at the 32-year-old impersonating the long-dead actor.”
“After the Wimbledon hmvcurzon - their lower case, not mine - it seems that HMV and Curzon Artifical Eye are going to team up for a number of other in-store cinemas.”
“The research was carried out by the health group Cash Consensus Action on Salt & Health, which analysed 294 fresh and packaged loaves from supermarkets and their in-store bakeries, and from chain and independent shops.”
“Cash said consumers were unwittingly eating too much salt, and were let down by the absence of nutritional labels on supermarkets' in-store bread, which made it impossible for them to make healthier choices.”
“Now with Radio Frequency Identification RFID technology, retailers can begin to better integrate the online world with the in-store experience.”
“Like Apple, Sony shops will provide in-store services such as tech support and classes.”
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