The age of the internet seems to have brought on a premonition of sorts for brick-and-mortar store owners everywhere. While major chains such as Giant, Toys R Us and Gap seem to be closing stores all over the country, others seem to be thriving with new retail outlets.
While the truth of the matter is that brick-and-mortar stores are becoming less relevant, that does not spell ‘finale’ for everyone. With competent strategies, it is possible to survive the ‘retail apocalypse’.
1. Create Engaging Experiences
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