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UXUS white paper: Transforming emotion into experience

redefining 'impact' in the post-covid retail environment
5 July, 2022
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THERE HAS BEEN A QUESTION MARK OVER THE ROLE AND VALUE OF BRICK-AND-MORTAR STORES SINCE THE VERY INCEPTION OF ONLINE SHOPPING.

For consumers, the question is what can a store offer that competes with the convenience of shopping at home or on-the-go? For brands, why invest money, resources and people in physical retail when consumption is increasingly moving online? Yet profitability is not the only transaction in the retail environment. As a new model of consumer engagement emerges in the post-pandemic area, it's time to redefine how we measure 'impact' in retail spaces.

To learn more about how UXUS helps to drive a shift in this measurement and enables brands to clearly see how they could measure 'impact' in the future, please click here to download our latest white paper.

Get in touch at info@uxus.com

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