Startups are saving retail.
Brick-and-mortar spending is expected to grow by $36 billion over the next four years, and e-commerce by $50 billion, according to a study by Deloitte. But as new technology closes the gap between online browsing and in-store buying, spending could go even higher.
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Well, in fact by now the 10X Nectar Points Weekend has already come and gone. From the 26 to the 28 May Bank Holiday weekend, British supermarket Sainsbury’s offered people the chance to collect ten times the normal rate of points on their Nectar loyalty cards for shopping or petrol purchases.
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An ode to the mindless consumerism and sheeple mentality that seems to be the norm these days. Also a very classy and detailed GIF if you look beyond the message about ‘McDonaldisation’.
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