Report: In a Sea of Sameness, It Pays to be Different 

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Today’s consumer is in the driver’s seat, leaving retailers to course correct once they see tastes evolving. The most tuned in merchants understand that to deliver what shoppers want when and where they want it means understanding their needs and values.

Click the arrows above to see Sourcing Journal’s exclusive excerpt from The Doneger Group’s latest report “Retail Rebooted: How to make sense, navigate and thrive in new retail,” which highlights the current trends driving consumer decision making and offers specific recommendations for retailers racing to keep up.

Download the full complimentary report to read more about how to succeed in today’s dynamic retail landscape.

The Doneger Group is the global leader in creative, merchandising and business strategies for the retail, fashion and related industries. As retail’s trusted advisor, The Doneger Group is unparalleled in industry reach and expertise, providing the knowledge and confidence needed to make important design, product development, merchandising and business decisions.

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