Big retail drugstores aren’t going to vanish any time soon. But we may be heading towards a future where there are fewer of them, they look a lot different, and potentially aren’t as profitable.
Are We Headed For a Retail Apocalypse? January 31, 2018 Despite high consumer confidence and a relatively healthy economy, US retailers are going bankrupt and closing stores at a rate not seen since before the last recession.
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As the retail landscape shifts between physical stores and e-commerce, there has been widespread panic throughout the retail industry that suggests we are headed towards a ‘retail apocalypse.’ That phrase made headlines last year due to major store closures, painting a picture that the end of physical retail stores are closer than we think.
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The retail apocalypse is upon us and after hitting all-time record high levels of store closures, the pace has accelerated. Hundreds of thousands of workers have already lost their jobs in the past decade thanks to store closures, and that number is going to skyrocket in the very near future.
The main factor cited in the closing of retail stores in the retail apocalypse is the shift in consumer habits towards online shopping. Holiday sales for e-commerce were reported as increasing by 11% for 2016 compared with 2015 by Adobe Digital Insights, with Slice Intelligence reporting an even more generous 20% increase.
All Street Research, the analyst which specializes in smaller companies, say both institutional and retail investors are increasingly. new channels such as crowdfunding platforms. “We are heading.
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