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By adopting a smart retail lighting strategy, you can create enhanced store experiences for customers, improve safety at both front and back of house, and save energy.
To build resilience against future pandemics and the impact of climate change, we must re-imagine our relationship with the natural world. We need to move away from the prevalent linear economy and wasteful consumption towards a more sustainable circular economy.
News stories about iconic brands disappearing from our high streets are becoming depressingly familiar; meanwhile, growth in online sales is surging due to COVID-19. However, these factors do not mean the end of bricks and mortar – instead, retail stores can perform as valuable components within an omnichannel shopping environment.
As retailers recover from the shock of COVID-19, they face a further formidable challenge. As lockdowns ease, how can they achieve smart reopening? Read our latest blog post on how you can use innovative technology to deliver stores that are safe and also achieving financial success.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the retail experience has been fundamentally altered both for consumers and operators alike. As we begin to move forward and adapt to a new way of living and working, creating a retail space that is capable of being flexible to changing needs will be vital to ensuring future viability.