As predicted, 2017 retail trends reflect the quality, care, and fun of artisan and culinary products, small is big, and retailtainment.
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Retailtainment gives retailers an opportunity for strategic differentiation and word of mouth, which can boost brick and mortar traffic, sales and loyalty.
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Millennials like to express their individuality by buying one-of-a-kind items, plus artisan goods are often local goods made by small businesses.