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The Intersection: Retail Stores are Getting Smaller, and That’s a Good Thing

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Retail stores across the country are undergoing enormous changes. As e-commerce creates competition, brick-and-mortar stores are focusing on developing a highly curated shopping experience for customers. Part of this curation means downsizing stores from large one-stop-shop warehouses to smaller, more intimate storefronts. On this episode of The Intersection by Bluewater, we’re joined by Eric […]

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The Intersection: Retail Stores are Getting Smaller, and That’s a Good Thing

Retail stores across the country are undergoing enormous changes. As e-commerce creates competition, brick-and-mortar stores are focusing on developing a highly curated shopping experience for customers. Part of this curation means downsizing stores from large one-stop-shop warehouses to smaller, more intimate storefronts. On this episode of The Intersection by Bluewater, we’re joined by Eric […]

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