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How will e-commerce sales support or challenge my new land-based store?

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Traditional retailers continue to evolve their businesses to be more online and mobile friendly, while conversely online retailers are aggressively looking to create physical storefronts to complement their web brands.​​

Identify screens to stores strategies

An increasing number of online retailers are expected to go from clicks to bricks within the next five years.

In this report, explore the four lifecycle phases for e-tailers as they transition into physical storefronts and learn more about the five sectors comprising the clicks-to-bricks phenomenon.​

Explore the future of e-commerce

Some say that the United States should look to China to understand the future of shopping. James Cook, Americas Director of Retail Research, and Steven McCord, Head of Retail Research Asia,​ discuss what online shopping is like in China.

Why e-tailers open storefronts​​

Fifteen years ago, online-only retailers didn’t exist. Today, more than 100,000 e-commerce retailers operate in the United States and e-commerce is growing exponentially.

Analyze top retail destinations

Examine the presence of 240 international retail brands across 140 retail cities, so you can gain insight for your international retail expansion.​

Connect with a "clicks and/or mortar" specialist

​Clicks and mortar can be difficult to blend, but you need both to win the omni-channel race.


 Questions? Contact our experts:

James Cook

Americas Director of Research, Retail

United States

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James Brown

Director, Head of Retail Research (UK & EMEA)

United Kingdom

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