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The Future Of Retail In 2030 – Techonolgy To Accelerate Change And The Way We Shop In 2030

London – Kyiv, 17 November 2017 – Automation, customisation and big data are some of the trends expected to change the retail industry and the way consumers shop in the future. CBRE, the world’s leading real estate services firm, today revealed a series of insights for the retail landscape in 2030.

The Future of Retail | 2030 examines 40 “futurist” insights and perspectives on how the world of retail will look different in the future – fuelled by changes in people’s lifestyles, urban environments, retail operations, logistics and other trends impacting the industry. The insights will encourage thinking about the many possible situations facing retailers and investors, and by identifying these challenges, how the retail industry can prepare for the future.  The first eight insights were launched today at MAPIC the international retail property conference.

Robotics and automation – according to CBRE, retailers will increasingly invest in new technology and automation and robotics will change the number of jobs available in the retail sector by 2030.  Processes will replace some of the human interface in the retail environment.

The power of prediction –  As the Internet of Things becomes the new normal, the advanced integration of trillions of connected sensors will provide deeper insights into the buying patterns of consumers, enabling retailers to anticipate consumer requirements before they can themselves allowing the supply chain to become far more refined and efficient. This will allow customers to achieve full transparency about what they’re buying and help retailers to fulfil orders more effectively.

Buying what you want, where and how you want, is the norm – Advances in smart device technology allow consumers to literally buy what they see: anywhere, any time. Simple, real–time image capture analysis makes everything ‘shoppable’ from any source.

Andrew Phipps, Head of UK & EMEA Retail Research at CBRE, commented: “The future of retail is going to change more than we could ever imagine. At CBRE we have taken the time to think about what will change and what it will mean for consumers and the retail industry as a whole.  Physical real estate remains important as a sales channel and increasingly as a communicator of the brand and a demonstrator of experience.”

Other insights from the report include:

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