- 01Use in-the-moment data (micro mentions, geolocations, instant reviews) to its fullest potential to spark curiosity and drive desire to purchase
- 02Showcase your approach and research by distilling your product features into bitesize visual summaries and comparisons, helping consumers make choices with less friction and piqued interest
- 03Give customers a reason to return, using their behavioural and purchase data to provide preferential treatment and enhanced experiences across channels
It looks phenomenal. We did some last minute training this morning for those who will be staffing the booth. While demo-ing, I occasionally looked up from the screen to the audience. I kept seeing nodding, smiling faces. That never happens to me when I speak in public.
And I certainly never see expressions of “wow, that is cool”. Which I kept seeing.
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Examples of interactive retail displays include Viiv Healthcare (https://infogr8.com/our-work/pharmiweb/), Burberry’s AR mirror (http://fieldmarketing.com/news/unit9-creates-burberrys-ar-mirror-interactive-display-cabinet/), New Balance browsing shoe styles (https://www.computerweekly.com/photostory/450412861/The-technology-transforming-the-retail-industry/5/Interactive-displays-in-stores).