Shop! RETAIL ENVIRONMENTS Magazine
Retail Environments is the official magazine of the Shop!. It focuses on the business of the ever-changing retail landscape, with:
• Proprietary market analysis
• In-depth coverage of industry issues
• Insightful looks at trends
• Fresh perspectives from industry leaders
• And the story behind retail projects.
You’ll also find new product information, inspirational photos of windows and store interiors, and news of member design and supply firms.
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2018 BUYERS’ GUIDE
MEMBER PRICE: First Copy FREE
Additional copies – $25 each
RETAILERS, BRANDS AND DESIGN FIRMS: FREE
(Contact Yajayra Wojtas for a copy.)
NON-MEMBER (SUPPLIER) PRICE: $175
This buyers’ guide features the products, capabilities, and services of nearly 900 providers of store fixtures, retail design services, visual presentation products, and materials, equipment, and services. We make it easy for buyers to find our members by name, location, size, and materials, as well as by products and services.
Crittenden Retail Tenants Report
This report in PDF format is e-mailed automatically to the attention of company’s main member contact (or other designated individual) twice monthly throughout the year. Crittenden Retail Tenants report includes real estate and franchise contact information and construction plans for leading retail chains within each industry segment. Crittenden’s overview of the retail marketplace, and its insights on future retail development, can assist your company in targeting retailers who are in growth mode.
This subscription retails for $967 per year if purchased directly through Crittenden. It is available to all Shop! members free.
Index of retailers mentioned in issues from January through December 2015
The Winners Book is a keepsake edition of Retail Environments magazine. Don’t miss a single issue:
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Note: A complimentary subscription to Retail Environments will be sent to those applicants who meet publisher qualifications.
The 2017 Design Awards Winners Book includes 75 awards presented in 29 categories of the Shop! Design Awards, including:
- Store of the Year
- Visual Presentation of the Year
- Fixture of the Year
- Sustainable Projects
- 2017 Above and Beyond Award
Awards coverage includes a signature photo, project descriptions, and contributing companies for each award. To receive additional print copies you canpurchase them in the online store.
Shop! Economic Advisor
This quarterly report is written by ITR Economics exclusively for Shop! members. The economists at ITR customize their analysis to focus on industry performance indicators that have the greatest impact on retail environments. This valuable insight will help you forecast your business through qualitative analysis of industry trends. The report is broken down into these key areas:
- Macro Economic Trends – This section includes current events, U.S. market specific updates, U.S. state opportunity index, Federal Reserve overview, and answers to readers’ questions.
- Market Forecasts – ITR Economics provides charts and supporting text for both Multi-Retail Construction and Construction Additions and Alterations. These trends are forecast out 12 months and refined with each issue.
- Qualitative Analysis – ITR economists rotate the topical analysis around General Merchandising (department and variety stores), Other Stores (electronic, office, clothing, and hobby stores), Private Shopping Centers, and Inflation and Wages.
This valuable report is distributed only to Shop! member companies, giving you valuable competitive advantages. The benefit also includes access to the economists, should you have questions about their analysis.
Journal of Shopper Research
The Journal of Shopper Research is an academic journal that embraces both academic and commercial research that helps to inform industry professionals about the shopper’s journey and behavior. Journal articles identify the customer, product, and contextual factors that are most influential in the shopper’s journey and ultimately drive the conversion of consumer demand into purchase.
This Spring 2018 Journal brings together articles on four important topics impacting path to purchase today, including in-depth analysis on ways technology, customer experience, and neuro and behavioral science can be used to improve shopper engagement in both brick-and-mortar and online environments. Editor in Chief Raymond Burke, Professor of Marketing and E.W. Kelley Chair at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, curated articles from authors at respected academic and commercial institutions: Ipsos and Eye Faster; PRS IN VIVO and the Center for Insights; Strategy and Innovation, LLC; and Indiana University.
In addition to the publication, Shop! also supports the Journal of Shopper Research website, www.journalofshopperresearch.com, which offers ongoing shopper marketing research and insights.
Thanks to our Sponsor:
OMA Awards Annual
The 2018 OMA Awards Winners Annual with Global Awards presented awards in 59 categories, each with three divisions. The award-winning displays had the highest scores in design, innovation, and the proven ability to lift sales.
2018 marks the 60th year of the OMA competition, and this annual includes coverage of:
- Three Display of the Year awards
- All 59 category and division winners
- Global Award winners selected from the Gold Awards winners from our member competitions held around the world.
Purchase last year’s digital edition here.
To purchase a copy of 2018 OMA AWARDS ANNUAL
Shop! Insights weekly e-newsletter
Shop!’s weekly e-newsletter for retailers, designers, and other industry professionals is a free bulletin that provides quick links to projects, articles, research, videos, social media conversations, and more that keep on the forefront of trends in retail environments.
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