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News and analysis on retail store lighting, flooring and signage.

Verizon deploys voice-activated digital shopping in stores

Verizon hears what customers are saying, with smart signs located in physical stores.

Westfield merges physical and digital marketing functions

Retailers and retail center owners alike have been expanding their omnichannel efforts since COVID-19 altered the way they do business.

A new survey reveals anxieties and expectations consumers have about shopping in stores as COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

Best Buy

Best Buy is cutting back the scope of an electronic shelf label (ESL) rollout as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.

Lightfair 2020 logo

The world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference has been cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Previously announced as postponed, Lightfair 2020, scheduled to take place May 3 -7 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, is now cancelled.

A Microsoft retail store

Microsoft retail stores are gaining the ability to deploy new signage within hours.

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Ever since the dawn of the big-box store, smaller local businesses have struggled to compete.

In the last few years, the brick-and-mortar retail landscape has changed drastically.

The iconic store that is home to the popular "Say Yes To The Dress" reality TV show has deployed new lighting that puts its bridal fashions in the best — and most accurate — light.

In the wake of two deadly shootings at its stores, Walmart is taking displays of violent video games out of its stores.

Scientific research demonstrates that up to a 40% increase in retail sales can be achieved with well-designed natural interior daylight in the right retail environment.

Tractor Supply Company has completed its biggest environmental stewardship project to date.

An update on the top rebate trends for 2018 from BriteSwitch.

In an industry where slip-and-fall claims are viewed as an inevitable cost of business, Redner’s Markets is an outlier.

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