This article is republished from the Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. blog 2018 Recap POP Kiosks Katie Kochelek November 14, 2018 It feels like just yesterday I was opening a fresh Word document to start writing a wrap-up for 2017, and here we are rounding out 2018. With retail transforming at a rapid pace, it’s not terribly surprising that the… Read More »
See the updated Retail Kiosk Case Studies page Interactive Retail Kiosk Click to Expand Image Interactive retail kiosks are the largest segment of deployed kiosks. Analysts estimate that retail kiosks comprise at least 30% of the entire self-service kiosk market. Locations include Department Stores, Grocery Stores, Big Box Specialty Retailers and Convenience Stores. Retail kiosks provide convenient services… Read More »
The Psychology Behind Retail Kiosk Marketing Editors note – originally published on the Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. blog. Link to article Katie Kochelek February 8, 2019 If you’re anything like me, you’ve visited that magical, wholesale warehouse Costco with good intentions to pick up the necessities – paper towels, cheese, yogurt, the like. Fast forward an hour and… Read More »
As consumers continue to gravitate toward using computers, tablets, and mobile devices to complete a retail transaction, it is more important than ever for retailers to develop an “omnichannel” shopping strategy that integrates the online and offline experiences – a combination of “bricks and clicks.”
NRF 2016 Retail Kiosk Gallery Pictures of units that we took as we toured NRF in NY for 2016. The coolest demo was Diebold actually.
January is the NRF 2016 trade show in New York. This year looks to be busier than ever for self-service and signage. I did a count of exhibitors and it over three pages long. Retail lockers and automation are going to be high on the list of attention again this year. I’ll be there (big thanks to Pitney Bowes and… Read More »
Click-and-collect may seem like a low-risk way of improving omnicommerce sales, but a bad program can do much more harm than good.
In-Store 2021: Retail and Point of Purchase Predictions Intro When I wrote the “What’s in Store for 2020” blog last December, I could not have predicted what was to come in three short months. My closing statement promised a bright future for retail and the point of purchase industry in 2020. Instead, a worldwide pandemic shifted industry conversation… Read More »
Nice graphic showing various technologies (albeit incomplete for retail kiosks). Technology has certainly seen a big evolution over the last few decades. In the consumer world, we’ve moved from large desktops and rotary dial phones to razor-thin laptops and smartphones with 10 times the amount of computing power. With each new gadget faster than the one before it,… Read More »
The Big Show NRF 2018 – Retail Kiosk Come see retail kiosk and retail self-service. NRF 2018 looks to be bigger and better this year. 500+ exhibitors and 40K attendees. January 14-16 at the Jacob Javits Convention Center (as usual). We want to highlight our members that will be there and if you want to make an appointment… Read More »
Preface – We’re at an inflection point in physical retail experiences: 2019 may very well be marked as a turning point. For the first time in five years same-store sales are stable (versus declining), break-out e-commerce brands continue solidify their positions of growth by opening physical stores, and as retailers turn to their previously under-capitalized fleet of stores (after-all, they were investing in… Read More »
NRF 2021 Chapter One January 12-14, 19 and 21-22 in 2021 #NRF2021 NRF 2021: Retail’s Big Show – Chapter One brings an entire industry together, connecting visionary attendees that span the entire business universe. And with our new virtual platform, it’s convenient and easy for you to network with peers and build lasting partnerships. And June 6 see… Read More »
Retail Display Insight by Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. blog Jan2021 Editor Note: Every year we look forward to the insight on the retail market that only Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. provides. The past months have been challenging with the pandemic but now is the time to put in place effective strategies for retail displays. Winter 2020… Read More »
Intel Guide to retail solutions based on personalization. “The Retailers’ Guide to Creating Personalized Shopping Experiences” for an overview of the latest Intel® technology-based, in-store solutions that can attract customers’ attention, exceed expectations, and benefit your bottom line, including: Increasing brand awareness and in-store visits by presenting customers with relevant offers and information in timely and personalized ways.… Read More »
Matt Townsend, global business reporter for Bloomberg, on how digital natives like Warby Parker have recognized they need physical stores to grow and prosper. Hosted by Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz.
Nice audio podcast. Main point being online advertising is getting more and more expensive while brick & mortar is getting cheaper and cheaper. Lots of added benefits to B&M too. Examples as well. Recommended
Retail Kiosks Help Retailers Beginning in the wee hours of the morning on November 23, millions of shoppers hit the stores to kick off the 2018 holiday shopping season—spending an estimated $23 billion dollars in the process. Now that the holiday season is officially here, many would say that we’re entering the “most wonderful time of the year”,… Read More »
Sunglass Hut has debuted a new retail brand, Shaded, in the form of a freestanding, open-air kiosk. Targeted at Millenials, the format puts an emphasis on interactivity. See on chainstoreage.com
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Retail Kiosk News from Tech Crunch Valued at $535 million, autonomous retail startup Standard Cognition has emerged as a soon-to-be tech giant and the best hope for merchants to compete with Amazon Go. Cashierless checkout is poised to transform brick-and-mortar commerce, and shop owners fear having to battle Amazon’s technology alone or partner with it, exposing data it… Read More »
HP Inc. is offering a new portfolio of devices and services designed to enhance the in-store retail shopping experience. The HP Engage portfolio will also be available through its Device-as-a-Service (DaaS) offering. The HP Engage Go Convertible is a flexible solution with a docking design for seamless transitions between fixed and mobile operations. The HP Engage Go …
Interesting modular mounting system it looks like. Plus it has a side mounted printer inside core cylinder. I bet its spendy…